JEREMY Clarkson took aim at Meghan Markle as the very first thing on the agenda on his new TV show.
The Sun columnist, 60, mocked the Duchess in her bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey last month in his new hit It's Clarkson on TV.
Calling it "the festival of tears" he tore into the broadcast as the opening item on the show.
He told viewers: "Meghan Markle was interviewed by Oprah Winfrey. There was a moment where Meghan Markle seemed – how can I put this politely – to break wind."
Jeremy then played the clip of the offending noise, saying: "Sorry can we just hear that again."
Referring to Piers Morgan's belief that Meghan wasn't telling the truth during the grilling, he added: "It really does sound like Piers had a point.
"Her pants really were on fire."
However, he added: "Now I’ve had a note here from the legal department at ITV.
"They want it to be made plain that that was not a fart, I have no idea how they know that but they want be to make it clear that the fart noise probably came out of Oprah's mouth."
The Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? host then moved onto skewer Netflix drama Bridgerton.
He said: "It opened with a horse and cart pulling up outside an agreeable house. All TV period dramas do this.
"It's a sort of coded warning to men that they will not enjoy any of what follows."
He had more praise for Channel 5's Eaten By An Escalator calling it "the most exciting programme I have even seen".
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