Petrolheads Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond have been spotted in Zimbabwe filming an episode of their Amazon Prime show Grand Tour.
The show had been suspended dude to Covid-19 restrictions but is making a comeback.
And Clarkson let the cat out of the bag with a post in Honde Valley, with the caption, ‘Good to be Back’.
That had the former BBC Top Gear hosts were in the image under the famous Flamboyant Tree in Honde Valley, Manicaland Province.
The Jeremy Clarkson return to Zimbabwe comes as the popular Amazon motoring show gears up for its fifth season, following a hiatus since 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This Zimbabwe excursion isn’t the first time the former Top Gear stars have explored Southern Africa. Clarkson has previously filmed Top Gear episodes in Botswana and Mozambique. Moreover, The Grand Tour has ventured into Namibia and South Africa for some of its exciting episodes.
In April of this year, Clarkson thrilled Zimbos when he visited a gift shop in Victoria Falls, sharing his mission to find a present for his newborn granddaughter, leaving the staff astonished.
Well, Victoria Falls is where they might be headed next. An advertisement in the local Chronicle newspaper on Thursday said the Victoria Falls Bridge on the border with Zambia – famous for bungee jumps – will be closed for an hour on September 30.