Jeremy Clarkson returned to Britain after being stranded in Botswana after a serious flight delay.
The TV presenter, 63, landed at Heathrow alongside Richard Hammond and James May after a 16-hour long-haul flight.
Jeremy looked tired after the trip as the trio had to hire a bush plane to get them out of their luxury camp, which had 40 staff and a swimming pool.
When Richard and James landed in the early hours of Friday morning, they were greeted by friends and family.
The Grand Tour stars were on their way to film the following series, but were left stranded after BA canceled their flight.
They’re back! Jeremy Clarkson looked devastated as he returned from Botswana with Richard Hammond and James May on Friday morning
Tiring: The TV presenter landed at Heathrow next to Richard Hammond and James May after a 16-hour long-haul flight
Richard, 53, was greeted by his 22-year-old daughter Isabella, who looked happy to see her dad as the pair grinned from ear to ear.
James, 60, also appeared to be greeted by friends as he embraced a young woman in a hug.
Tired after the flight, Jeremy grabbed a coffee as he pushed his luggage through the arrivals hall.
Their return comes after Jeremy decided to document the trio’s ‘survival’ in Botswana.
The former Top Gear presenter regularly gave his followers updates via Instagram while making jokes about their chances of survival and boasted about living in luxury, while forty employees waited on them hand and foot.
He broke the news with a photo of Hammond and May staring at their phones next to the remains of their dinner and half-full wine glasses, writing: “BA ruined our flight home so we’re stranded here in a luxury camp in Botswana. With only 40 employees. It’s all about survival now.’
Jeremy then posted regular updates as he chronicled the trio’s stay at the remote camp with a beautiful swimming pool.
Sharing a video of the luxury camp where they are staying, he wrote: ‘Stranded update. We are working on it. But for how long?’
Reunited: Richard, 53, was greeted by his 22-year-old daughter Isabella, who looked happy to see her daughter as the pair grinned from ear to ear
Long journey: Jeremy looked tired after the trip as the trio had to hire a bush plane to get them out of their luxury camp
Back on home turf: James, 60, also appeared to be greeted by friends as he embraced a young woman in a hug
Exhausted: Jeremy looked exhausted after the flight as he pushed his luggage through the arrivals hall
Stranded: The TV presenter was ‘stranded’ in a luxury camp along with his co-hosts as the trio completed filming for the next series of The Grand Tour
Just kidding, their return comes after Jeremy decided to document the trio’s ‘survival’ in Botswana
Welcome back! Richard and James were greeted by friends and family, but Jeremy appeared to be left alone
Helping Him: It looked like James was being helped by a member of their team
At home: James looked fresh from the bush in his gray cargo pants and boots
Bye! It appeared James noticed the cameras as he waved as he entered the airport elevator
Caffeine hit: Jeremy was tired after the flight and grabbed a cup of coffee when he got back to London
In his latest update, Jeremy posed with his friend Super, who came to save the team.
Smiling with his arm around his friend, he wrote: “Big thanks to my dear friend of 20 years, Super, who saved the day.”
Sharing photos from the luxury camp turned farmer, the presenter shared a serene photo of an outdoor pool and sarcastically wrote: ‘If BA postpones a flight by 12 hours, don’t they realize the hardship they are causing passengers? We’re fighting to stay alive here.’
He later posted an adorable photo of a meerkat on its hind legs as he watched the sunset over the sandy expanse.
He captioned the photo: ‘Thanks to BA’s incompetence I’m forced to endure my evening like this.’
He upped the drama on Wednesday when he shared a photo of a Kyote-like animal burrowing into its dead prey.
He broke the news with a joke in the caption: “James May didn’t make it I’m afraid,” before later informing fans that he had wrongly identified the dead prey and “It was basically Richard Hammond turned into food’.
He later shared a photo of himself and James with a gap between them where Richard, now ‘dead’, should have been sitting as he wrote: ‘Missing man formation’.
Hero: The trio was saved by Jeremy’s friend Super
Fully stocked: They may be stranded, but the team has no shortage of drink options as James surveyed the fridge
Hilarious: Jeremy shared a serene photo of an outdoor pool as he wrote a sarcastic caption that read: ‘We’re fighting to stay alive here’
Cute: On Tuesday evening he posted an adorable photo of a meerkat on its hind legs while watching the sunset over the sandy expanse
Survival of the fittest: Jeremy upped the drama in the following post when he shared a photo of a Kyote-like animal as it burrowed into its dead prey
Misidentification: The star later told fans that it was opposite Richard Hammond who was lost in the predatory battle
Heartbreak: He later shared a photo of himself and James with a hole between them where Richard, now ‘dead’, should have been