Doncaster TV star Jeremy Clarkson shares X-ray showing extent of pneumonia which put him in hospital in Majorca

Doncaster TV host Jeremy Clarkson has shared an X-ray showing the extent of the pneumonia which has hospitalised him in Spain.

Jeremy Clarkson has revealed the extent of his pneumonia after sharing a picture of his lungs. (Photo: Jeremy Clarkson).

The Grand Tour host was admitted to hospital during his holiday in Majorca and will be there for at least a week but has remained in good spirits - joking yesterday that he needed a fresh lung.

The scan shows fluid on the presenter's left lung

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He will be in hospital for a week but could take six to eight more to make a full recovery.

Jeremy Clarkson's lung scan.

He said he spent five days of his holiday in Majorca in bed before a doctor sent him for an X-ray and added: “I was admitted immediately. I’m running low on pants now.”

Thanking fans for get-well messages, the 57-year-old wrote online: “It’s really, really annoying because I’ve never had one day off work since I started in 1978.”

Accident-prone co-star Richard Hammond responded: “Wow. I didn’t know he had a job”. Clarkson joked that James May, who makes up the presenting trio, was now the only functioning member of the team, adding: “God help us.”

Jeremy Clarkson's lung scan.