Kaleb Cooper announces he and fiancée are expecting baby girl
Kaleb Cooper has revealed the next phase in his career after stepping away from Clarkson’s Farm .
The farm worker has shot to fame since frequently appearing on the popular Amazon Prime show, which has run for more than two years after first launching in 2021.
His witty remarks and wry observations proved a hit with fans who tune in to watch former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson run his 1,000-acre Cotswalds property Diddly Squat Farm.
But after two years on the hit show, Kaleb has announced he’s leaving the farm behind for an exciting new career in the theatre.
He tantalised fans on social media last week after posting a cryptic message on Instagram saying he was “building up the courage to do something very special.”
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Kaleb helped run Jeremy Clarkson’s Diddly Squat Farm (Image: Getty)
Kaleb has since revealed he will be treading the boards for a nationwide tour, saying: “I’m braving it and leaving Chippy for a UK theatre tour!
“I’ll be announcing my first show tomorrow morning, that’s going on sale from 10am,” before adding later in the day: “The first available date to book tickets for my national tour is going to be in a big old barn called the Nottingham Royal Concert Hall!”
The announcements keep coming from Kaleb who earlier this year revealed he and his fiancee were expecting a baby girl and it recently came to light that he’s working alongside the Royal Agricultural University (RAU) to launch a new bursary for people interested in following in his footsteps and starting a career in agriculture.
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Kaleb was recently invited to Downing Street (Image: Getty)
He launched the bursary to students at Cirencester University earlier in May, saying during his launch speech: “Farming is who I am.
“Encouraging the younger generation into agriculture has always been so important to me. I feel lucky that I knew my path from such an early age and want to help spread that passion and drive.
“Launching this bursary means so much, as it can support students who want to pursue an agricultural career or who might be struggling to get into farming.”
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