Jeremy Clarkson has bemoaned the current rain at Diddly Squat Farm.

The host of ITV’s Who Wants to be a Millionaire purchased the farm in 2008 and his progress there has been documented by Prime Video’s Clarkson’s Farm.

After two popular series, the show based around the farm in Chipping Norton is set to release a third season on the Amazon streaming platform on Friday, May 3.

In the meantime, Mr Clarkson has taken to social media to protest the wet weather conditions that are currently being experienced on the farm.

Posting a photograph of a rainbow on Instagram earlier this week, the former Top Gear host said: “Pot of gold at the farm?”

Oxford Mail: Mr Clarkson posted this image on his Instagram on Thursday.Mr Clarkson posted this image on his Instagram on Thursday. (Image: Jeremy Clarkson)

The 63-year-old then followed up the post with a second photo of a rainbow on Thursday evening, this time bemoaning the weather.

“Stop f*****g raining,” said Mr Clarkson.

This was the extent of The Grand Tour star’s social media presence until two hours later when he issued an update on his dog Sansa.

The pooch had been injured after getting a thorn stuck in her eye but Mr Clarkson updated fans with a picture of the pet and the news that she was recovering well.

“A huge thank you to our local vets who saved Sansa’s eye this afternoon,” he said.

“A thorn went right through it.”

Mr Clarkson’s partner Lisa Hogan added: “Vets are amazing. Happy to report that Sansa will live to see another day, with both eyes."