Jeremy Clarkson says social media 'can be really dangerous'
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Jeremy Clarkson addressed George and Amal Clooney’s extensive property portfolio, with homes in California in the United States, Lake Como, Italy, Berkshire in the UK and a beach home in Mexico. In his latest column, The Grand Tour host waded into the Hollywood actor’s supposed “nightmare”.
The 61-year-old explained that while it sounds “idyllic” to own several abodes around the globe, it comes with a variety of problems.
The presenter revealed the multitude of issues that comes with owning a home, as he teased this was the reason fans no longer see the ER star in many films.
He began by saying George and Amal own a beautiful collection of homes and that does come with some benefits.
Jeremy said having properties across the world means that “when people you’ve never met invite you to their wedding” you have somewhere to stay during the occasion – a reference to claims George had only met Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on a couple of occasions before the 2018 royal wedding.
The former Top Gear presenter later said that owning so many properties must be “exhausting”.
Writing in The Sun, Jeremy stated: “But the fact is that in each house, the boilers will explode from time to time, the fuses will blow, trees will fall down in the garden, the washing machine will break and there will be a burglary.
“Having one house is exhausting. Having four must be a nightmare.”
He added: “Small wonder we don’t see him in many movies these days. He’s probably under a sink somewhere with a plunge.”
Together, the famously philanthropic pair are raising their family around the world.
After seven years of marriage, George and Amal share twins Ella and Alexander and have a handful of impressive homes.
The Hollywood star is currently giving fans a chance to dine with the pair at his stunning Lake Coma villa.
Donations raised from the getaway will help to support The Clooney Foundation for Justice.
A description on the Omaza site reads: “When you daydream about life after COVID-19, do you imagine: Getting together with friends. Sharing a meal, maybe a few drinks. Talking about what you’re grateful for. Endless laughter.
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“This is going to be just like that… except your friends are George and Amal Clooney. And you’re joining them at their beautiful home in Lake Como, Italy!
“You’ll enjoy a meal of their favorite local foods, cheers to life and snap a photo to remember it all by.”
Elsewhere, Jeremy revealed how he exchanged stern words with a teacher after finding a gang of children on his farm.
The car-enthusiast runs a 1,000-acre working farm in Oxfordshire.
Jeremy explained that a group of Duke of Edinburgh students, sought to use his land, after he had just planted an “extremely expensive” turtle dove mix.
He said he found the group “sitting in my garden” and was left unimpressed.
Jeremy asked if he could help, which he claimed was “farmer-speak for ‘get off my land'”.
He added they had been told by their teacher that they “should have their lunch in the garden of the biggest house they could find”.
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