Cooper will be starring alongside Jeremy Clarkson in the upcoming Season 2 of Clarkson’s Farm set to be released February 10. And after a brilliant first season, he’s quickly grew in fame as fans fell in love with his gumption alongside The Grand Tour presenter.
Today, it’s been revealed that Kaleb has submitted a logo for his contracting business with an aim to sell merchandise and services to locals in Oxfordshire. The graphic, featuring a tractor, cow, ear of corn and a ploughed field, was submitted last month to the Intellectual Property Office.
He has also set out to protect his business, with him buying a domain name as well as starting Kaleb Cooper Productions Ltd and K Cooper Holdings Ltd. These companies will be covering his TV work, but they also hint that Cooper could maybe have a future away from Clarkson, especially after the ex-Top Gear presenter’s recent controversy.
Clarkson’s Farm will, according to rumours, be coming to an end after its third season thanks to Amazon not appreciating the column Jeremy wrote about Meghan Markle. So it could be that Kaleb Cooper is revving up to begin his own career in show biz, documenting his work on farms around the county.
Fans will be happy to hear this news, with them quickly warming to Cooper and some even comparing him to a young Jeremy Clarkson himself. Of course, with Clarkson as a mentor, it’s no surprise that he’s taken on this persona on television with his talent being oh so visible on-screen.
Talking about how Clarkson’s Farm success has affected his life, he said:
“I remember people coming up to me and saying, ‘“’It’s going to be massive, mate. This whole
show is going to be massive.’
“I was like, ‘“’Well, if it is, amazing.’ But whether or not it did well, the most amazing thing was
to show the world what I love doing the most.
“And then on the first day of it coming out, I gained about 300,000 followers on Instagram.”