Our Yorkshire Farms Amanda Owen leaves daughter grimacing over reminder
Amanda Owen discusses cooking for her family
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Our Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen, 47, has logged onto Instagram to share some images of a snowy Ravenseat Farm with her 472,000 followers. The Yorkshire Shepherdess was joined by her daughter Clem as she carried on with her usual activities despite the freezing temperatures.
A series of pictures show the young girl working hay bales among her family’s beloved sheep.
Amanda also included two selfies of the pair, including one which Clem is grimacing.
The TV star explained the reason behind Clem’s face – and it was not the wintry cold.
She wrote in the caption: “On the face of it a beautiful wintery scene, very cold, still & quiet.
“A grimace on the face of Clem though when I remind her that it’s time to go back to school.”
Amanda concluded her caption with a series of hashtags, including “#freezing”, “#cold” and “#chilly”.
Our Yorkshire Farm fans were quick to react to the snaps, inundating the post’s comments section.
Lilygreen_photography said: “Oh that looks so cold!
“I’m glad I haven’t got horses to look after anymore!”
Stephchambers10 added: “Gorgeous but cold. I feel like Clem is somehow going to do big things.”
Lyn_stevens79 typed: “How do you manage to look completely stunning while out farming?!!
“Such an amazing life those wee kiddos are having..
“Get us away from the screens and the rat race! Xx”
Amanda lives with her husband Clive and their nine children on the famous farm, where they all keep busy with the animals and farming.
In a recent interview on ITV’s Love Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh, Amanda said she wants to “hand over control” to her children with the kitchen duties.
Alan asked Amanda how she found the time to write her new book named Celebrating the Seasons with the Yorkshire Shepherdess.
He said: “My wife called [cooking] catering when the children were young and we only had two, but you’ve got nine.
“I mean, my goodness me, the demand for three meals a day when they are all in and all at home, it must be endless catering.
“But you clearly still find the time to enjoy cooking?”
Amanda explained: “Well yes, but the beauty of the book is that all the recipes I’ve put in there are incredibly forgiving because I would say, ‘Yes that would be ideal if you put it in the oven for 40 minutes, but if you get completely distracted and come back two hours later, hopefully, it’s not completely incinerated’.”
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