Jeremy Clarkson Accidentally Sent an Explicit Text to His Daughter and It’s Making Us Gasp | “Oh, That Is Awkward!”
Cars with their voice-assisted texting system are a thrillingly helpful technological advancement if they are best utilized. It is possible to accidentally send the wrong text but what could possibly go wrong while using this modern technology? Let's hear it from Jeremy Clarkson. The Grand Tour host has revealed the horrifyingly inappropriate text message he accidentally sent to his daughter. Clarkson has two daughters, Emily and Katya and one son, Finlo. In an episode of Prime Video, the Top Gear host disclosed that he was test-driving a Volkswagen and decided to try out the voice-assisted texting system. The 62-year-old then explained what went down on GT show.
He voice-messaged a text to his youngest daughter Katya, 22, which did not go as planned. "Before we move on I just want to tell you a little bit more about that Volkswagen system of texting," he explains. "'Cause, I was using that to send a text from my car the other day to my youngest daughter. And I put four kisses at the end which is normal. And I said 'x, x, x, x' okay? This is what she got." The text that no daughter expects to receive from her father said, "X Sex Sex Sex."
While the panel was cringing their brains out, the audience ended up laughing their guts out. "Oh no!" gasped Richard Hammond. "Oh, that is awkward! What did she say?" "We haven't spoken since," Clarkson said. We can only assume that she was left feeling horrified by what she received from her dad. We hope Clarkson made that up to make us laugh; it must have been pretty embarrassing for him otherwise.
The father of three recently welcomed his first grandchild when his oldest daughter Emily gave birth to an adorable baby girl. Emily and her husband, Alex Andrew, announced the birth of their daughter on Instagram on February 5, 2023, stating that the baby was born on February 1. The 28-year-old named her newborn daughter Arlo Rose and told fans that she and the baby are doing "really well." Emily posted a black-and-white photo of herself holding Arlo in the hospital, captioned, "We're all doing really well at home and just loving this time hanging out as a family so will be back online in a little bit."
Others have faced the horror of sending inappropriate texts to kids too, like this mother who had us in splits with the accidental GIF she sent to her sons. Twitter user Mike Isaac's mother texted him and his brother to let them know they were going to the casino for the day. But her text went horribly wrong when she also sent them an NSFW gif before having a closer look at what it meant.