JEREMY CLARKSON has hit out at anti monarchists after he addressed talk of replacing the Queen.
Jeremy Clarkson shared his thoughts on the Platinum Jubilee celebrations which took place last weekend. The nation marked the Queens 70 year reign over the bank holiday with street parties to mark Her Majestys achievement.Writing in his latest column the former Top Gear host touched on the festivities as he championed the royals.The Clarksons Farm star admitted he had no interest in Britain getting rid of the monarchy as he mocked the potential options.The on screen star explained he will remain a royalist and does not wish to see the monarchy dissipate.He wrote: Even after last weekends celebrations there are still those who say the monarch should be replaced with a president.OK and what president would you like? Putin? Trump? Macron? Biden?He added in The Sun I will stick with Mrs Queen if thats OK.
Meanwhile, the Grand Tour host who declared himself a remainer shared his thoughts as he weighed in on the flags being paraded around his area during the Jubilee.Millions of people throughout the UK have come together to celebrate the historic event of the Queens Platinum Jubilee with Union Jack flags on show in several cities as a sign of passion and patriotism.The car enthusiast turned farmer sparked a social media reaction as he revealed the European flag EU was on full display in the area of Charlbury.In view of his 7.7 million followers the Clarksons Farm star admitted he found the move funny but also described it as c***ish. He penned Someone in Charlbury is flying the EU flag. As a remainer I have to say thats funny but also a bit c***ish. His tweet sparked a reaction online as social media users reacted to the post.