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Jeremy Clarkson Caused Friend To Crash Over Meghan Markle Insult

The Grand Tour host Jeremy Clarkson has revealed that he got into a heated discussion with a friend about Meghan Markle after the Netflix docuseries ‘Harry & Meghan’ has received a massively mixed response.

The docuseries was released on the 8th December on Netflix and showed the couple telling their side of what happened during their relationship, with the Royal Family.

The former Top Gear host has written about his discussion with a friend over the docuseries in his latest column for The Sun. He wrote:

“I had a furious agreement with someone this week, and it got so out of hand, she crashed into a hedge.

“We were dreaming up better and stronger insults, none of which can be published here, even though they’re all perfectly fair.

“Until eventually, my friend became so lost in the insult thesaurus, she lost concentration and hit the hedge.”

This isn’t the first time Clarkson has hit out at Markle, last month he claimed she would “lose” the war against the Royal Family, and that she and Harry were trying to create a “new royal family” in America.

Clarkson announced recently, alongside Prime Video, that the second series of hit hit farming show, Clarkson’s Farm, will be released on 10th February 2023. The show will include the same favourite faces from the first season including Clarkson’s partner Lisa Hogan, Kaleb Cooper who very quickly became a fan favourite, contractor Gerald Cooper, and land agent ‘Cheerful Charlie’ Ireland.

On top of the release of the second series, Prime Video have also revealed that the show will be getting a third series which filming has already started for.

Fans are also eagerly waiting for the next Grand Tour special. The last was released in September which showed Clarkson adventuring around Norway with co-hosts James May and Richard Hammond. We already know that the next special was filmed in Europe, however, no release date has been confirmed yet.

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