Top Gear presenter Chris Harris was involved in a collision today when his Porsche crashed into a pick-up truck on a country road.
Harris, 46, was driving a Porsche near Tintern, Monmouthshire, when he collided with a pick-up truck performing a three-point turn.
Harris was unhurt.
Harris was working ahead of the 26th series of Top Gear - its last with Matt LeBlanc, which will air in early 2019.
He was driving on the A466 through the Wye Valley, with a senior executive from the magazine also in the car at the time of the crash.
An eyewitness said the pick-up truck was manoeuvring in an apparent three-point-turn before the collision.
Both vehicles were damaged in the crash - but both drivers were unhurt.
Harris has presented Top Gear since 2016, when he was brought as part of the team which replaced Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May.