Jeremy Clarksons daughter blasts vultures as she does her Christmas shopping
Emily Clarkson shares her 'stressful' trip to find Miso paste
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Emily Clarkson, 27, has called other shoppers “vultures” as she returned to her car after doing some Christmas food shopping. Jeremy Clarkson’s daughter took to Instagram to vent her anguish about the day and even had to return to the shops to relive the “stressful” experience.
Emily posted the video commentary on her Instagram in view of her 229,000 followers.
She first posted a picture of herself with the caption: “I genuinely believe Channel 4 could make a very compelling TV show out of people parking at the supermarket in the days leading up to Christmas.”
The social media star then posted her commentary as she got back in her car, after getting some shopping.
She said: “Honestly they’re watching you get back in the car.
“Vultures, vultures. They are waiting, they’re making eye contact.”
The videos did not stop at this point with another video following with Emily telling her followers that the “saga continues”.
She continued from her car: “We’ve had to come to another supermarket because we need leek and some miso paste which is in itself some gorgeous festive optimism from Alex.
“There’s no spaces, I’ve had to send him in without me. This is insane.”
Emily then added a comedic element to her rant as she said: “See, when my time comes and death brings his icy claw hand to drag me to the depths of hell I will end up in the Co-Op car park on Christmas Eve eve waiting for Alex to not find me. Oh, my God!
“It’s so stressful! I’m perpetually in the way, there’s nowhere for me to go.
“I feel unreasonably angry with anybody taking any longer than 30 seconds to get in their car and out the car park. It’s a lot!
“I’ve always had that thing of feeling too big for my own skin. You know when you’re in a situation and you’re like ‘Oh god, I just like smaller so I could like not be here’.”
Emily added: “That’s problematic in itself. That’s very indicative of a patriarchal society, we won’t get into it. But that’s how I feel today in this car.”
Emily is not the only one going through the same stress, with most of the country out preparing for their Christmas Dinner on Saturday.
She is also not shy to voice her view on Instagram as she was left to address rude comments from anti-vaxxers as she posted a picture of herself getting her booster last week.
In response to the anti-vaxxers, she penned hours later a lengthy statement telling other Instagram users to not tell her “what I can and can’t share”.
She added: “I didn’t tell you ALL to get jabbed, I didn’t say anything about anyone else, it was all about me and you’re making it all about you.”
Emily explained that she shared the photograph because “I truly believe the vaccine is a good thing, the thing that will save more lives and more businesses and more people’s mental health”.
She continued: “I believe this. If you don’t, okay. But I do.
“And as with everything, I believe I use this platform to talk about it.
“If you don’t like it, go. But don’t accuse me of ramming it down your throat.
“Close your mouth mate.”
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