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Jeremy Clarkson’s right-hand man Kaleb Cooper has revealed he is using a personal trainer to help him lose weight.
The Clarkson’s Farm star revealed all after turning down free food this week in a video to fans, which comes amid major projects away from the Amazon Prime programme.
Kaleb was offered dinner from a chip shop after expressing his concerns for the recent Oxford explosion, which saw a lightning bolt strike a gas container.
The moment happened just a short distance away from his farm as he underwent late-night duties.
In response to the kind fan’s food gesture, the farming contractor said: “That’s very nice of you, but I’ve actually started a diet.
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“A friend of mine has got his personal trainer to give me some advice.
“And, I’m dieting, so that’s very kind of you, thank you so much, but I’m fine, thank you.”
Kaleb found fame as Jeremy’s co-star in his hit farming series and has since garnered a huge following.
In a recent interview, the farmer said despite now being a known figure, he doesn’t believe he has changed.
Speaking to NFU Student Farmer, he commented: “I don’t think it changed me at all, I think I’m still the same person as in season one.
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“I’ve just got a bit of a beard now and I’ve got four-and-half chest hairs, and two kids,” he joked.
Since his TV fame, he has made a series of announcements, including book releases, an upcoming tour, and a new bursary with the RAU (Royal Agricultural University) for people interested in following in his footsteps and starting a career in agriculture.
In May, Kaleb also met with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to discuss how to get more young people into farming.
In the same month, he announced he was “braving it and leaving Chippy for a UK theatre tour”.
Many of his two million followers reacted to the announcement at the time, as one wrote: “Wishing you much success Kaleb. Next stop USA?”
A second added: “I was hoping for [a] TV show of you touring the UK! Maybe you could do that too? X.”
“What have you done @jeremyclarkson1? You’ve created a monster,” a third joked.
Another Instagram user added: “Got an incredible future ahead of you! Can’t wait to follow the journey!!”
Clarkson’s Farm is expected to return to screens next year with Kaleb back on the farm, after filming wraps up this month.
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