Clarkson's Farm star Kaleb Cooper expecting second child with longterm girlfriend

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Kaleb Cooper (right) pictured with Jeremy Clarkson and Lisa Hogan (Prime Video)

Clarkson's Farm breakout star Kaleb Cooper has announced he's expecting his second child.

The devoted farmhand and Jeremy Clarkson's partner in crime shared the news on Instagram on Saturday.

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Standing in front of a tractor, Cooper, 24, was joined by girlfriend Taya and their young son, Oscar, as they held an ultrasound scan of their unborn baby.

He wrote: "So excited to announce that baby cooper number 2 is cooking nicely. My number one goal is to buy myself a farm and be able to bring my kids up enjoying what I think is the best lifestyle which is the farming lifestyle."

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"I don’t know if I feel nervous or excited," Cooper told The Sun. "I have always wanted to be a younger dad and I have plenty of experience with kids having to put up with Jeremy every day!"

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Cooper emerged as the unexpected star of Clarkson's Amazon Prime Video series in 2021, thanks to his love of the countryside, no-nonsense approach to talking to the Grand Tour host, and dream of a good perm.

The pair quickly became known for their squabbles over the course of the show, with Cooper forced to give the city-loving presenter a crash course in how to run his Cotswolds farm.

BOURTON-ON-THE-WATER, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 25: (L-R) Jeremy Clarkson, Johnny Hornby, and Kaleb Cooper attend the Hawkstone lager launch on November 25, 2021 in Bourton-on-the-Water, England. (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for Hawkstone)
Jeremy Clarkson, Johnny Hornby, and Kaleb Cooper attend Hawkstone lager launch in 2021 (Dave Benett/Getty Images for Hawkstone)

In exchange, Clarkson attempted to teach the devoted country-dweller bits of city life... which didn't exactly work with Cooper ending up ranting at central London traffic as he ran errands.

The series has since been confirmed for a season two, set to air early next year, as well as a season three, which is now in production.

In March 2021, Cooper and his girlfriend welcomed their son, Oscar.

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