Jeremy Clarkson's Farm star Kaleb Cooper in hospital as he shares worrying photo

Kaleb Cooper rushed to hospital as Clarkson's Farm star shares worrying snap
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Kaleb Cooper, known for his role on Amazon Prime's hit series Clarkson's Farm, has sparked concern among fans after posting a photo from a hospital ward. The startling image surfaced shortly after he announced a new project separate from Jeremy Clarkson's Amazon venture.

Kaleb, who has embraced the limelight since his television debut, was met with a wave of supportive messages from his followers. In his concerning post from the hospital, Kaleb said: "I must say I have grown a disliking to being sat in hospitals. Think I'm growing a fear of them."

However, the popular farmer and television personality did not reveal the reason behind his hospital visit.

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The unsettling update on Kaleb's health comes just as he's gearing up to release his third farming book later this year, titled It's A Farming Thing, further establishing his presence beyond the Amazon series. As Clarkson's right-hand man on the farm, he took to Instagram to share his enthusiasm about his latest literary endeavour, saying: "I've got some very exciting news which I'm really really excited about and that is, I've done my first book which is The World According To Kaleb, I've done my second book which is Britain According To Kaleb, and now... This is my third book!".

"This book definitely means something a little bit to me, something special and it touches my heart because it's dedicated to my granddad, who passed away two years ago, and he meant absolutely everything. He was my rock, he was my drive, and that's why I drive and work so hard these days, I think, because I want to basically take over the world as a young person. It's available on Amazon, please check it out."

The book promises a 'hilarious look at behind the scenes of life on the farm'. The blurb reads: "Kaleb's latest book reflects his loveable, down-to-earth personality and his deep passion for farming, with dead-pan gags and unique observations that will have you crying with laughter. This is the unexpected and utterly hilarious story of how he came to be one of the biggest names in farming today."

Earlier this year, Kaleb shared an alarming incident where a visit to the Diddly Squat Farm with his two-year-old son Oscar turned into a health scare. Remembering the event, he said: "I was feeding the cattle and my boy looked at me, stuck his tongue out and licked the whole bar of the gate. Then he went, 'Nice! ' I told him, 'You're going to regret that, buddy'. Next thing I know he's got a chest infection, ear infection. But that's how you build an immune system, right?"

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