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Amanda Owen opens up on whether she’s ‘sad’ her baby days are over after Clive split

Yorkshire Shepherdess Amanda Owen, 48, has talked about the end of her baby-having days following her split from husband Clive Owen, 68.The Our Yorkshire Farm stars, who decided to file for divorce last year, share nine children together on a farm in Ravenseat, located in Upper Swaledale, North Yorkshire.Over the course of her marriage to Clive, Amanda was pregnant a whopping nine times and, now that she no longer has any toddlers crawling around, she has since spoken about whether she is “sad” that her baby days are over. Her comments come after the famous Channel 5 couple announced they were going their separate ways back in June.“I loved having babies about, but I wasn’t ‘goo-goo, ga-ga’.

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Amanda Owen says Clive split has made it 'easier' on family despite 'personal situation'
Amanda Owen, 48, has described how she and husband Clive Owen, 68, are still “working together” despite deciding to file for divorce last year.The Our Yorkshire Farm stars share nine children together on a farm in Ravenseat, located in Upper Swaledale, North Yorkshire. The famous Channel 5 couple announced they were going their separate ways back in June.However, Amanda has made it clear that they will continue to put on a unified front in order to do right by their children and the farm they share.“People assume that because I’m separated from my husband, Clive, things are harder, but in fact it’s the opposite,” Amanda wrote in a new article.“We have two farms that are basically next door to each other, so it’s close enough for it to be useful, but far enough for us to have space. “Whatever our personal situation, there’s a farm to run and nine children to look after so we’re just working together, making it happen,” she told the Times. Amanda and Clive met in 1996, married in 2000 and went on to have nine children ranging between the ages of 21 to six years old before finally deciding to call it quits.The family has starred in multiple television shows, becoming TV favourites thanks to Channel 5’s Our Yorkshire Farm, which aired in 2018.Last year, Amanda took to Instagram to share the news of her and Clive’s separation after 20 years of marriage. “Clive and I are sad to confirm that we have made the difficult decision to separate,” she wrote.“This hasn't been easy, but we both believe it's the right choice for the future of our family.“Although we are no longer a couple, we continue to work on the farm and co-parent together, without number one priority the happiness and well-being of our children.“We would like to
Amanda Owen struggles as Ravenseat hit by burst pipe and no phone signal amid power cut
Our Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen was forced to resort to candles after the mother of nine was plunged into darkness during a power cut.She has also had a burst pipe to contend with, all while struggling with the big freeze that has swept the country.She shared her ordeal, which comes soon after she announced that Our Yorkshire Farm would be axed by Channel 5, via Twitter.Sharing a snap of one of her young daughters looking mournful while clutching a candle in the dark, Amanda admitted: "No electric on the farm."She included the hashtags #darkness, #candlelight and #backtobasics - and, when prompted by concerned followers, she admitted that wasn't the only struggle she was facing.Asked if her internet was still online at home, she responded: "No, that’s why there’s a time lapse. No mobile signal neither so incommunicado until power restored."As she also lamented that it had been "absolutely freezing" up on the moors, @TJerryfan attempted to reassure her, encouraging: "It's going to be much warmer tonight than during the day."I think a few people might get caught out with damaged frozen pipes leaking as it suddenly thaws."Amanda then admitted that it had already happened to her, cringing: "One burst already to contend with!"@JohnWad84222151 sympathised: "Definitely correct, minus 15c with us three days this week even river frozen, sheep scraping the snow for moss, back to the hill on Tuesday when tups in, more to eat out there."Amanda replied: "Yes, we have moved some back to the moor already with a white tup to chase up.