Jeremy Clarkson, 60, recently opened up about his love of his cars during a recent broadcast where talk soon shifted to his “dream passenger”. The former Top Gear host addressed being unfollowed by the 60-year-old British actress Kristin Scott Thomas on Instagram.
It comes as Jeremy was questioned by George Nicole on his new podcast The Drive Through about his time presenting Top Gear alongside James May and Richard Hammond from 2002.
George later quizzed the small-screen star on his “dream car, road and passenger” where the small-screen divulged the details.
Revealing his “dream car” Jeremy replied: “That’s easy actually – the Bentley Mulsanne 2019.”
The podcast host then asked the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire presenter on his ideal passenger.
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The car-enthusiast replied: “I have no idea what I’ve done. I’m completely heartbroken.”
The Grand Tour host is a long-standing admirer of the Four Weddings And A Funeral actress.
Last year, Jeremy said being in the Bafta winning actress’s presence caused him to become speechless.
He said: “Unfortunately I find her so attractive that I am unable to form a word in her presence.
“I just become incredibly tongue tied and nervous.”
Jeremy added: “I can’t formulate a word in her presence. So, she doesn’t know the depth of my feelings for her.”
In his book Don’t Stop Me Now, Jeremy claimed to own a “beautiful” donkey which he named after the star.
Elsewhere, Jeremy recently gives fans an insight into his life with his girlfriend Lisa Hogan during lockdown on his Instagram.
Taking to the picture-sharing site he posted a birthday tribute to his beloved girlfriend of three years, with a photo of her standing in their garden wearing muddy wellies.
The couple enjoy spending time together at their Chipping Norton home, where they have recently been attempting to rescue animals on the property.
The TV presenter recently shared a photo of a baby bird with the caption: “International rescue.”
He then alerted his followers to the bird’s untimely death with a second post saying: “Dammit.”