Jeremy Clarkson addresses Richard Hammond’s ‘funny tummy’ as he talks Grand Tour return

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Former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson revealed that he has returned to filming the Grand Tour. The small-screen star is a firm fixture on the Amazon Prime series alongside his co-stars Richard Hammond and James May.

The 61-year-old TV veteran revealed he has been travelling all over the UK to film a new special of the Grand Tour.

It comes as the presenter urged Britons to forego summer holidays abroad and explore the different destinations in the UK.

Jeremy explained that not travelling abroad worked out better for the team as he joked they no longer had to contend with his co-star’s upset stomach.

Writing in his latest column for The Sun, he wrote: “I’ve just spent ten days filming the next Grand Tour Special. Which wasn’t special, or a Grand Tour, as we shot it entirely in England and Wales. But oooh, it’ll look good.

“I began by driving from my house in Oxfordshire to a town I’d never heard of, and can’t pronounce, in the middle of Wales.

“And there wasn’t one view on the entire three-hour journey that wasn’t jaw-droppingly spectacular. Or sack-shrivellingly beautiful.”

The Grand Tour host went on to explain that they travelled to Wales, before heading to Leamington Spa, drove along the south coast to Seven Sisters and finished off in Suffolk.

Jeremy went on: “No one caught malaria. And we didn’t have to wait around every morning for Richard Hammond to get over the funny tummy he gets every time we go past Calais.

“Everyone drove on the correct side of the road as well.”

The news comes as The Grand Tour specials are soon to be released on Amazon Prime.

The series will take co-hosts Jeremy, Richard and James to Scotland.

In addition, the trio have also been filming in Wales and parts of England for another edition of the show but no release date has been confirmed.


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Elsewhere, Jeremy recently revealed a fox had killed more than 30 chickens at his Cotswolds farm.

The star was inundated with support from fans after he shared that a fox had unfortunately caused a great deal of havoc amongst his livestock.

Jeremy told his 7.3 million followers that the animal had killed 34 of his chickens.

The Grand Tour host, who keeps busy working on his farm in Chadlington, Oxfordshire alongside his TV career, penned: “A fox has just killed 34 of my hens.”

Fans rushed to comment on the post, as they offered their sympathies to the former Top Gear presenter.

One person wrote: “Foxes are total nasty b******s. I remember having to collect up 20 chickens that had been killed by a fox a few years ago.”

Another added: “Really sorry to hear that. It’s peak time of year for this to happen as they’re out finding food for their recently born cubs. Hope you’ve got some chickens left..”

A third fan commented: “Oh for fox sake! sorry to hear that.”

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