Jeremy Clarkson has given fans an update on his harvest after Diddly Squat farm was faced with a spot of bad weather.

The 61-year-old Grand Tour star, who bought the functioning farm in 2008, has been documenting his experience of running the Cotswolds location on his popular series Clarkson's Farm.

Currently preparing for season two of the show, Clarkson has been keeping fans updated with a host of social media posts as he brings in the latest harvest.

However, the motoring star turned farmer hinted that the latest harvest was facing an extra hurdle because of the rain.

Taking to social media on Thursday, the television presenter shared a picture of a enormous dark cloud looming over one of his fields. Jeremy had also captured a stunning rainbow in the picture, while gearing up for the rain to strike.

Jeremy Clarkson shared an update from the farm as a huge rain cloud rolled in (



"Thanks, God," Jeremy simply added alongside the post.

Responding to the star's latest Instagram post, several felt for Jeremy as they knew how much rain had hindered the farm in the previous series.

"After watching your last series..we all know how much you depend on the weather.. are you doing better than last year @jeremyclarkson1 @cooper_kaleb?" penned one concerned fan.

Another added: '"Tools down tractors off gin in a big glass. If you know you know."

While a third suggested that it wasn't as bad as it seems, adding: "Bit of rain good for the crops pal."

Clarkson's latest update came one week after Amazon made a screeching U-turn and agreed that the popular TV series would be returning for a second series.

Although Amazon had initially stated that they would not be renewing the show, a furious petition launched by fans saw the streaming site re-think their decision.

Jeremy Clarkson bought the farm in 2008 and has been documenting his experience running the Cotswolds location

Earlier this month, Jeremy took Twitter to urge fans to "write to Amazon" if they want more of his documentary series, Clarkson's Farm.

Shortly afterwards, a petition was launched in the hopes of making " Amazon realise the amount of users they are missing out on" by not renewing the show.

It didn't take long before Amazon Prime gave in to the calls and revealed that the show would certainly be making a comeback.

The television star has named the farm Diddly Squat and even has a farm store

Responding to the news, Jeremy said at the time: "I’m absolutely delighted that, once again you’ll be able to spend some time with Cheerful Charlie, Gerald, Lisa and of course, Kaleb. We are such a happy team."

While it appears the production is set to shortly commence, it is unclear at this point when the series will make its return to screens.

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