Amanda Owen on how ‘Our Yorkshire Farm’ affects her kids
Channel 5’s Amanda Owen has given fans a “pretty horrible” update on Instagram, admitting how she’s been affected by the recent Storm Ciaran.
Amanda, also known as the Yorkshire Shepherdess, was back online after weeks of silence and posted a series of photos of her children on Ravenseat Farm in the Yorkshire Dales.
The Our Yorkshire Farm star shared a post at the start of the month, penning: “Been some pretty horrible weather #stormciarán.
“Had to batten down the hatches but rain doesn’t stop work (& play ).Sure as eggs is eggs.”
The first photo showed two of her daughters enjoying themselves as they ran around outside collecting eggs on the farm.
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She also shared a second series of pics of the bad weather, typing: “Been raining cats & dogs. A whole week of rain, wind & plenty of mud. #yorkshire #weather #farm #raining.”
Many of her 535,000 followers were delighted to see Amanda’s return to social media and flooded her with support.
One person commented: “Good to see you posting again amanda seems like ages since weve had an update from the dales.” (sic)
A second chimed in: “Lovely to see your photos again! Glad to see you all got through the storm.”
A third said: “Oh my word the girls are growing before our eyes xx miss seeing you all on tv xx.” (sic)
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Earlier this year, Amanda announced to her fans that she would be closing her farm to members of the public and then didn’t post any social media content for months. She then returned at the end of September.
The reasons behind the closure of Ravenseat farm are still relatively unknown.
The English presenter said in a statement: “Ravenseat Farm is closed to visitors until further notice, so, unfortunately, we are not serving cream teas. Thank you for your understanding. Amanda.”
Last year, she also revealed that her marriage to former husband Clive had ended after 21 years.
At the time, she said in a statement: “Clive and I are sad to confirm that we have made the difficult decision to separate.”
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