Our Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen welcomes ANOTHER new arrival at Ravenseat – sending fans wild | The Sun

OUR Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen celebrated ANOTHER new arrival at Ravenseat Farm this week.

The Channel 5 star, 47, shared photos of new horse Hazel and Maple, alongside family pet Tony the Pony.

The trio were seen playing around on the grass, with Tony the Pony rolling over and enjoying his new companions.

The Shepherdess captioned the sweet snap: "Introducing the new arrival.

"Hazel & Maple meet Tony the Pony. Tony is taking on the roll of sensible companion very seriously #horse #pony #heavyhorse #littleandlarge."

Amanda's fans were in obsessed with the new additions and raced to comment.


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One wrote: "Maple is so beautiful, his/her legs and forelocks are amazing. Happy to see him/her rolling in the grass.

"Summer bliss has reached the dales. (Those globe flowers you showed the other day, bliss. Thank you."

Another posted: "So lovely to see Hazel and Maple and Tony great pictures Amanda Love to the Owen family."

It comes after Amanda opened up about "distancing herself from others" before her marriage breakdown.

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Amanda, who recently split from husband Clive, lives on Ravenseat Farm in North Yorkshire – and told how the solitary, rural surroundings can be the hardest thing about living in a remote area.

Speaking at The Game Fair, the Yorkshire Shepherdess confessed: "You can lose yourself and distance yourself from everyone and everything.

"Once I go out of that door to work, it is back to basics. My home life is busy and chaotic, but my work life is solitary. Too much of each one is not good, but living in a remote place gives me peace and quiet.

"The worst thing about living here is when there’s any kind of emergency. Take last Tuesday, I had everything in place for my mare to foal.

"On the day, we had no power on the farm due to repairs after Storm Arwen. This meant I couldn’t get in touch with the vet. It all went OK, but I can feel a bit vulnerable.

"You have to find an inner strength to deal with anything. You have to be able to cope in an emergency."

Last month, it was revealed Clive, 66, and Amanda's 21-year marriage had come to an end.

In a statement on Instagram, Amanda said: "Clive and I are sad to confirm that we have made the difficult decision to separate."

She continued: "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, with our number one priority the happiness and well-being of our children.

"We would like to thank everyone for their support and would that the media please respect our privacy as we work through this difficult time."

The Sun first revealed their relationship had hit the rocks in October last year.

Family friends revealed the couple were battling to save their marriage – with mum-of-nine Amanda spending nights away from the family home.

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They dealt with the difficulties at home in private, while Amanda was promoting her new book hailing the virtues of domestic life.

Meanwhile, at the time, Clive was said to be “desperate” to repair their relationship.

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