Jeremy Clarkson is being pulled from Amazon Prime as it confirms there will be no more seasons on order

Harry and Meghan have dismissed an apology from Jeremy Clarkson over his column – it turns out his series Clarkson’s Farm and The Grand Tour are being canceled from Amazon Prime.

The Duke of Sussex branded the article about his wife as “terrifying, hurtful and cruel” during an interview with ITV’s Tom Bradby to discuss his autobiography Spare earlier this month.

It comes as Sussex’s cheerleader Omid Scobie today tweeted a statement from a spokesman for Harry and Meghan who accused Clarkson of “spreading dangerous conspiracy theories and misogyny”.

It read: “On December 25, 2022, Mr Clarkson wrote exclusively to Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex. The content of his correspondence has been marked as private and confidential.

Jeremy Clarkson said he emailed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on Christmas Day apologizing

Jeremy Clarkson said he emailed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on Christmas Day apologizing

Prince Harry branded the article about his wife Meghan Markle as

Prince Harry branded the article about his wife Meghan Markle as “terrible, hurtful and cruel”.

Harry and Meghan refused to accept Jeremy Clarkson’s apology on Christmas Day

Sussex’s cheerleader Omid Scobie tweeted a statement today from a spokesman for Harry and Meghan, who accused Clarkson of “spreading dangerous conspiracy theories and misogyny”.

It read: “On December 25, 2022, Mr Clarkson wrote exclusively to Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex.

“The content of his correspondence has been marked as private and confidential.

“While Mr. Clarkson issued a new public apology today, his long-standing pattern of writing articles promoting hate rhetoric, dangerous conspiracy theories and misogyny remains to be addressed.

“Unless all of his other pieces were also written ‘in a hurry’, as he says, it is clear that this is not an isolated incident to be shared in haste, but rather a series of articles shared in hatred.”

“While Mr. Clarkson issued a new public apology today, his long-standing pattern of writing articles promoting hate rhetoric, dangerous conspiracy theories and misogyny remains to be addressed.

“Unless all of his other pieces were also written ‘in a hurry’, as he says, it is clear that this is not an isolated incident to be shared in haste, but rather a series of articles shared in hatred.”

Variety has reported that Amazon Prime Video will not be working with Clarkson beyond the seasons of The Grand Tour and Clarkson’s Farm, which they previously commissioned.

According to the reports, Clarkson’s Farm could end with Season 3, which is expected in 2024, and The Grand Tour could end after four more special episodes, the last of which is expected to be in late 2024.

Clarkson’s Farm documents his efforts to run the Oxfordshire Farm he bought in 2008.

The series’ success has seen visitors flock to Diddly Squat’s farm shop on Chipping Norton Road, Chadlington, and the second series is due to launch on Prime Video on February 10th in over 240 countries and territories.

Amazon has been contacted for comment.

Clarkson, meanwhile, said he emailed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on Christmas Day to apologize for his column in The Sun newspaper, in which he said he “hates” Meghan.

The article, in which the 62-year-old TV presenter said he dreams of the Duchess being paraded through British cities and publicly shamed, became the Independent Press Standards Organization’s (Ipso) most-complained article after it was published.

The Sun later apologized and said it regretted publishing the column, which had more than 25,000 Ipso complaints last week.

In a lengthy statement on his verified Instagram account, The Grand Tour host previously said he emailed the couple on Christmas Day to say his language in the column was “disgraceful” and that he ” deeply sorry”.

He said: “One of the strange things that has struck me lately is that whenever an MP or a well-known person is asked to apologize for something, no matter how heartfelt or profound that apology might be, it never is enough for those people who called for it in the first place.

In a lengthy statement on his verified Instagram account, The Grand Tour host said he emailed the couple on Christmas Day to say his language in the column was

In a lengthy statement on his verified Instagram account, The Grand Tour host said he emailed the couple on Christmas Day to say his language in the column was “disgraceful” and he was “deeply sorry.”

Sussex's cheerleader Omid Scobie tweeted a statement from a spokesman for Harry and Meghan today

Sussex’s cheerleader Omid Scobie tweeted a statement from a spokesman for Harry and Meghan today

“So this morning I’m going to try to buck the trend by apologizing for the things I said about Meghan Markle in a recent Sun column. I’m really sorry. All the way from the balls of my feet to the follicles on my head. This is me, I raise my hands. It’s a mea culpa with bells on.

“I usually read what I’ve written to someone else before submitting it, but I was home alone on that fateful day and in a hurry. When I was done, I just hit send. And then, when the column showed up the next day, the land mine exploded.’

Clarkson described the moment he picked up a copy of The Sun “to see what all the fuss was about.”

He continued: “We’ve all been there I think. Right at that moment we suddenly realize we’ve completely screwed it up. You’re sweaty and cold at the same time. And your head is pounding. And you feel sick. I couldn’t believe what I read. Did I really say that? It was terrible.

“I knew immediately what had happened. I was thinking of a scene in Games of Thrones but forgot to mention it. So it looked like I was actually calling for heinous violence to be rained down on Meghan’s head.

“I was very angry with myself because in all those controversial days at Top Gear, when I was accused of all sorts of things, very rarely it was sexism.

“I was embarrassed and so was everyone else. My phone went crazy. Very close friends were angry. Even my own daughter took to Instagram to denounce me.’

Clarkson’s statement went on to say that ITV and Amazon, which air Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and The Grand Tour, are “glowing”.

He said: “The Sun was quick to apologize and I’ve tried to explain myself. Despite this, they demanded that I be released and charged with hate crimes.

“More than 60 MPs called for action. ITV, who wants to make a millionaire, and Amazon, who do The Farm Show and the Grand Tour, were incandescent.

“So I wrote everyone who works with me how sorry I am and then on Christmas morning I emailed Harry and Meghan in California to apologize to them as well.

“I said I was taken aback by what they said on TV but that the language I used in my column was disgraceful and that I was deeply sorry.”

Clarkson said he will “try” to be “interesting and vigilant” at the same time in future columns.

According to the reports, Clarkson's Farm could end with Season 3, which is expected in 2024

According to the reports, Clarkson’s Farm could end with Season 3, which is expected in 2024

The Grand Tour could end after four more special episodes, the last of which is expected to be in late 2024, reports have said

The Grand Tour could end after four more special episodes, the last of which is expected to be in late 2024, reports have said

His statement ended: “I’ve written almost five thousand newspaper and magazine columns in the last 30 years, so it was inevitable that one day I would do a Harry Kane and Skype one of those damn things. That’s what happened with the piece about Meghan.

“So can I go on now? Not sure. It’s hard to be interesting and alert at the same time. There’s never a roar of laughter at a health and safety seminar. But I promise you I will try.

‘Who knows? I’m going to be a grandfather very soon now, so maybe I’ll just write about it in the future.’

MailOnline has reached out to Amazon and representatives or Jeremy Clarkson for comment.

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