David Beckham pops in to buy milk from Jeremy Clarkson’s farm shop (Image: Getty)

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David Beckham has a new milkman…. Jeremy Clarkson.

Jeremy’s partner Lisa Hogan revealed the former Manchester United and England footballer gets his pints from the ex-Top Gear host's farm shop in the Cotswolds.

The Beckham family own a pad not far from Jeremy’s Diddly Squat farm in Chipping Norton and David, 45, likes to pop in with daughter Harper, nine.

“He comes in every Sunday with his daughter to get the milk,” says Lisa.

The Diddly Squat shop which opened its doors last year sells its own milk labelled Cow Juice for £1 a litre in traditional glass milk bottles with a picture of a cow on the front.

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Jeremy named the farm Diddly Squat as it was making a loss initially

It also boasts a milk vending machine outside which Lisa says is an added attraction for the children.

Lisa joked handsome Becks’ visits left her and the girls working in the shop “blushing”, adding: “Yeah he’s great and he comes with his kids.

“It’s from the dairy down the road which is amazing.”

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Lisa, 46, revealed she is also in the process of creating a special new ice cream flavour which she says has been ‘a year in the making.’

The farm shop sells jams and preserves, tea towels, clothing and coffee.

Broadcaster and journalist Clarkson, 60, has swapped fast cars for tractors as he fronts Clarkson’s Farm a new series on Amazon Prime about his foray into farming.

David loves the milk sold in original glass bottles at Jeremy Clarkson's farm
(Image: Getty)

He bought the 1,000 acre farm ten years ago and named it Diddly Squat Farm as he revealed it was financially a loss.

In the eight-part series he is taught how to run things by a group of local farmers and agricultural experts often to hilarious results.

Clarkson said they'd had fun making the show. “Lisa and I drank ourselves silly.”

Jeremy has recently spoken about his love life, revealing he and Lisa, from Dublin, have a “lovely, lovely time” together.

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There was already some very public evidence of this – the couple were recently spotted smooching in the street.

In a new interview, he descr­ibed Lisa as “ageless” and joked she “looks about 12”.

He added: “I get older and older and it makes people go ‘oh, that’s a bit weird’.

“But we are age and height appropriate, and we have a lovely, lovely time together on that farm, we really do.”

Jeremy, 61, is 6ft 5in while Lisa, who is thought to be 51, is 6ft 2in.

Jezza added: “Lisa and I were at the lambing parlour and they had just been born and it had gone pretty well.

"We were sitting there with a bottle of rosé and it was a beautiful evening, and I thought ‘I’ve never been happier at work than this’.”

Speaking on the Andy Jaye show on talkRADIO, Jeremy added: “She describes me as chaotic and brilliant in the show but she normally calls me a lot worse than that.

“Lisa’s role in the programme is really to roll her eyes at me.”