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Richard Hammond looks TINY next to Jeremy Clarkson’s front door

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Richard Hammond looks TINY next to Jeremy Clarkson’s massive front door as he visits the new home of the Grand Tour co-host










Richard Hammond looked petite as he posed in front of Jeremy Clarkson’s front door when he visited his new home on Friday.

Jeremy, 61, wrote next to it on Instagram: “Hammond came to my new house yesterday.”

Richard, 51, who is five feet tall, looked ridiculously small next to the huge white front door, reaching only half its height.

Hilarious! Richard Hammond looked petite as he posed in front of Jeremy Clarkson’s front door when he visited his new home on Friday

Funny: Jeremy, 61, took to Instagram to post the hilarious photo and wrote next to it: 'Hammond came to my new house yesterday'

Funny: Jeremy, 61, took to Instagram to post the hilarious photo and wrote next to it: ‘Hammond came to my new house yesterday’

Jeremy is a whopping 11 inches taller than his Grand Tour co-host.

Many of Jeremy’s followers took to the comment section of the post to share a joke with the former Top Gear stars.

Celebrity friend Gary Kemp wrote, “Great, a Land of the Giants remake.”

Richard, 51, who is six feet tall, looked ridiculously small next to the huge white front door, reaching only half its height

Richard, 51, who is six feet tall, looked ridiculously small next to the huge white front door, reaching only half its height

Another follower joked, “Has he gotten bigger?” while another wrote: ‘For a full size door’ [smiley face].’

Another wrote: ‘The door is certainly big enough!’

Another said, “Little man,” while another joked, “Has he grown?”

Another wrote, “Admit it, you made this door for the sole purpose of taking this picture.”

Savage: Many of Jeremy's followers took to the comment section of the post to share a joke with the former Top Gear stars

Savage: Many of Jeremy’s followers took to the comment section of the post to share a joke with the former Top Gear stars

The hilarious photo comes after Jeremy decided to add something to his homegrown produce by launching his own beer.

The Grand Tour host will be selling his new lager, Hawkstone, in the shop of his Diddly Squat Farm, his adventures that were the subject of a popular Amazon Prime series.

Speaking to The Sun, Jeremy admitted that his marketing ideas have been shot. His slogan encouraging alcoholics to try his drink was rejected by the Advertising Standards Authority.

“If you’re an alcoholic, don’t fight it, but feed him” was a regulator violation,” he admitted.

“There’s so much you can’t say. For example, “This is a delicious breakfast beer” – they will not allow it. It’s very boring. Actually I can only say: “This is lager”.’

Cheers: The hilarious photo comes after Jeremy decided to add his own products to his products by launching his own beer

Cheers: The hilarious photo comes after Jeremy decided to add his own products to his products by launching his own beer

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