Last week, Jeremy Clarkson’s daughter Emily Clarkson, 25, came across an injured own during her outing in a woods. The Grand Tour host, 59, shared a picture of the animal on his Instagram page, telling fans the pair were hoping for a recovery.
On Sunday, he shared a picture of the injured animal in the woods, in view of his 2.8 million followers.
He wrote: “My brilliant daughter found this little fella in the woods today. Hopefully, he will recover.”
His daughter Emily commented at the time: “I hope so.”
The ex Top Gear host followed up his post, telling his followers he had decided to call the owl Boris.
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Despite his best efforts to get the owl on the road to recovery, the host announced the own had died this evening.
Taking to Instagram, he commented: “Bad news I’m afraid. He died.”
Many of his followers flocked to his post to comment, with one writing: “Nooooo. I’m so sorry for your loss.”
A second wrote: “Sad, but good on you for doing what you did.”
As part of a lengthy post, she commented: “Shoutout to all the irritating bowel owners out there. All my bloaty mummas. My swollen stomach sistahhsss.”(sic)
She added: “Here is your monthly reminder that your illness is NOTHING TO BE ASHAMED OF.
“That IBS is not a ‘weakness’ or a ‘failing’, that whilst it FEELS ugly and horrifying and like everyone is lookin at ya wondering when you’re gonna squish the babba out it does not look ugly, it is not even slightly horrifying and the best thing about this lockdown melarkey is that no one is lookin at ya anyways.”(sic)