Jeremy Clarkson reaches out to fan after receiving thoughtful gift for him and Lisa Hogan

Jeremy Clarkson and Lisa Hogan
Jeremy and Lisa were sent a thoughtful gift by a fan -Credit:(Image: Amazon Prime Video)

Jeremy Clarkson, the presenter of Clarkson's Farm and recently voted 'most attractive man in the UK', has thanked a fan for a thoughtful gift sent to him and his girlfriend, Lisa Hogan. The former Top Gear host initially didn't know who had sent the present but was able to thank the sender after they commented on his Instagram post.

Over the weekend, Jeremy took to Instagram to share a photo of the gift with his 8 million followers. The gift was a miniature version of the Diddly Squat farm shop, made from dolls house miniatures that replicated the items sold in his Cotswold farm shop.

The framed art piece included tiny bottles of milk, baskets of eggs, jars of flour and sweets, and even two dolls representing Jeremy and Lisa. A small tractor and a wooden sign reading "Diddly Squat Farm Shop" were also part of the display.

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In his post, Jeremy wrote: "Someone called Sarah has sent us this but we have no address to say thank you. We love it."

Fortunately, @slpearce69 responded to the post, expressing her gratitude for the positive feedback. She wrote: "Thank you for all the wonderful comments I'm truly humbled and beyond chuffed that Jeremy and Lisa like it xxx", reports Gloucestershire Live.

Following Jeremy's announcement on social media that a fourth series of the Amazon Prime show is in the works, with filming expected to wrap up this year, fans are eagerly awaiting its release. The first half of the third series was launched on May 3, with the remaining four episodes released a week later, on May 10.

This series shattered Amazon Prime Video's UK viewership records, with over 5.1 million fans tuning in for the premiere episode. This figure surpasses the viewership of the second series' debut by more than a million.