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Our Yorkshire Farm beauty Amanda Owen admits she didn’t plan to have big family

Our Yorkshire Farm shepherdess Amanda Owen has revealed a jaw-dropping admission about her famous family.

The 47-year-old mum, who is a shepherdess starring in the popular Channel 5 TV series, has a massive family that comprises of her and husband Clive, plus their nine children.

Amanda and Clive raise their children on the family farm. Their nine children are as follows: Nancy, three, Clemmy, five, Annas, six, Sydney, eight, Violet, nine, Edith, 11, Miles,14, Reuben, 16, and Raven, 18.

In a candid interview with WelcometoYorkshire.com, Amanda dropped a bombshell that has left fans of the show with their jaws on the floor.

The shepherdess and mum-of-nine said: "You must bear in mind that there never was a plan.”

“There was never any family planning certainly."

Amanda continued: “There never has been a plan, and I think that is probably what has brought us to where we’re at now.

“The best-laid plans and all that, you know what happens to those, so we just go with the flow, take whatever comes our way and count our blessings.”

On her romance with husband Clive, she continued: "I was working on a dairy farm in Cumbria and the farmer had a small flock of sheep and he would borrow a ram every year off his friend, who is called Clive.

“I drove and I drove, and I have no idea where I was going but I was coming back, and it was a homecoming as I drove back into Yorkshire."

Amanda added: “I drove through the water splash and up into the yard and it was really dark, so I didn’t get a right good look at Clive.”

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This comes as Amanda flaunted her toned physique last weekend, in a series of snaps she posted where she could be seen completing her farming duties with her daughters.

The snaps came shortly after Amanda revealed why she and her large family were "laying low" after they all fell ill.

Sharing a short clip of her daughter Nancy skipping through a field, she wrote: "Making great strides. *We’re fine but a few of us have been laid low with a dose of the [virus emoji]* #yorkshire #ill #recovery #COVID."

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