Amanda Owen from OUR farm in Yorkshire broke her silence on social media after announcing that she was divorcing her husband Clive.
Yorkshire Shepherd47, usually posts on social media most days – usually shares news and pictures about his family.
However, since she announced that she was divorcing her husband Clive67, on Instagram last week, Amanda’s posts were rare.
She has not published a family update for more than a week and has worried her fans.
But Amanda broke the silence on social media on Father’s Day, shares a post with his two daughters – Clemmy, 6, and Nancy, 5 – but he didn’t mention Clive.
In the photos, Clemmy and Nancy, dressed in their Sunday beauties, were running through a field of wildflowers.
“I’m running up that hill,” Amanda wrote with photos of emoji notes as a sign of popularity. Kate Bush a song of the same name before adding “and down it too.”
Fans were thrilled to see Amanda back on social media.
“I miss your posts … I’m sending love xx,” one supporter said in response to Amanda’s post.
Another fan shared his support for the return of the Yorkshire Shepherd to social media, saying: “Beautiful photos as always … I really missed them in the last few days. I hope you are all well. Please continue to post pictures of your beautiful family and take care. ”
A subsequent viewer of our Yorkshire farm commented on the “beautiful” photos, but asked where the rest of the family was. “I’d like you to tell us where everyone else is, Amanda. Those who follow you are very loyal to your whole family. ”
They continued: “We have received you all into our hearts and we want you to know how you are or to tell us what is stopping you from telling us!”
Amanda’s break on social media followed after she announced it she and her husband Clive divorced after 21 years of marriage.
“Clive and I regret to confirm that we have made a difficult decision to part,” Amanda said in a statement on Instagram. “This has not been easy, but we both believe it is the right choice for our family’s future.”
She continued: “Although we are no longer a couple, we continue to work on the farm and work together with parents, and our number one priority is the happiness and well-being of our children.
“We want to thank everyone for their support and for the media to respect our privacy as we go through this difficult time.”
The couple first sparked rumors of a breakup in October last year. Family friends confirmed for The Sun. to try to save their marriage, but for Amanda to spend nights away from the family farm.
Amanda and Clive share nine children, whom they have assured are their top priority in their divorce.
“Although we are no longer a couple, we continue to work on the farm and work together, and our number one priority is the happiness and well-being of our children,” Amanda said in a statement.
After the publication, Channel 5 confirmed what that meant for the future of our Yorkshire farm.
“We respect the privacy of Amanda and Clive Owen at this time,” a spokesman said in a statement Express.co.uk. “They are largely part of the Channel 5 family and we will continue to work with them in the future.”
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