Jeremy Clarkson rages over Meghan Markle to pal who then crashed car during feud

Jeremy Clarkson has revealed he got into a heated bust-up over Meghan Markle – but things got so passionate that his pal crashed her car.

The former Top Gear presenter, 62, said he and his friend were arguing about how "awful" the Duchess of Sussex was before she lost control of her vehicle and slammed into a hedge.

He confessed they were thinking up "stronger insults" for Meghan before things took a turn for the worse.

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Writing in The Sun, Clarkson said: "I had a furious agreement with someone this week, and it got so out of hand, she crashed into a hedge.

"We were dreaming up better and stronger insults, none of which can be published here, even though they’re all perfectly fair.

"Until eventually, my friend became so lost in the insult thesaurus, she lost concentration and hit the hedge."

It comes after Prince Harry and Meghan released the first three episodes of their explosive six-part Netflix series, Harry & Meghan, last week.

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The first episodes focus on the early days of the couple's romance, engagement and marriage, as well as the reaction of the press and issues they faced as members of the royal family.

A dramatic trailer has just been released for the second batch of episodes, which air to the streaming giant on Thursday (December 15).

Jeremy has taken aim at Meghan in the past, such as when he branded her a "clothes horse" in September after Queen Elizabeth II's passing.

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He said of Her Late Majesty: "She didn’t see herself, as Meghan does, as a clothes horse or an advertising hoarding for people who make frocks and earrings."

In September, he slammed the former Suits star in his column when he claimed she's trying to build a "new royal family" with Harry in the USA.

He added: "Meghan, my dear, to use the sort of language you Americans understand: 'You’re gonna lose this war with our Royal Family. And you’re gonna lose it big."


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