Our Yorkshire Farm fans all say the same thing as Amanda Owen posts pic of daughters 'snowed in' at Ravenseat | The Sun

OUR Yorkshire Farm fans are all saying the same thing as Amanda Owen posted a picture of her daughters 'snowed in'.

The TV presenter, 48, has had a mare of a time lately on her Ravenseat farm.

As the current weather conditions continue to batter parts of the UK, Amanda has experienced flash floods and high winds.

And now the Yorkshire Shepherdess has revealed her family have been snowed in.

She took to social media to update her fans as she shared a snap of her daughters looking out the window at the wintery scenes.

Posting the picture and a video of snow falling at the farm, she wrote: "Through the arched window we have….the possibility of no school bus (they hope)." 

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In the comments section her fans were all left saying the same thing as they compared it to a Victorian scene.

One wrote: "They look lovely. They remind me of the Brontë sisters."

A second replied: "This reminds me of the first chapter of Jane Eyre."

"Beautiful photo! Reminds me of a Rembrandt painting," said a third.

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While a fourth commented: "Such a great pic!! As you all write…. it gives reference to great classical writers and painters … apparently also to a Walt Disney Christmas."

Amanda was recently forced to reassure her fans that her herd of cattle were ok after she posted horrific videos.

In one clip water was rushing down the river, while another showed one of her sheep being swept along in the fast flowing water as she helplessly watched on.

She also shared a snap of herself with her hood up and woolly hat underneath as she dealt with a hay bale.

In a bid to reassure fans left uneasy by the shocking footage, she said: "Ah, the sheep are all fine and dandy today and far happier with a sprinkling of snow than yesterdays deluge.

"One or two are possibly rather cleaner after their unscheduled soaking."

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