Our Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen caused fans’ jaws to drop when she appeared in a stunning summer outfit.
The Channel 5 star swapped her usual practical workwear for a beautiful blue and white printed floral dress, matched with a straw hat with navy ribbon. The 46 year old accessorised her look with dangly silver earrings and make-up.
Amanda’s glamorous transformation occurred as she made an her appearance at the Great Yorkshire Summer Show. She drew praise from fans on social media, who wrote admiring comments like, “Fab photos, you look amazing.”
Amanda also shared pictures of some of her nine children eating goodies they’d bought at the open-air event that takes place annually in July in Harrogate.
The Swaledale farmer wrote: “Divvying up some of the loot brought back from the @greatyorkshow Great to meet up with friends & make some new ones too. Sweet.”
Just because Amanda usually wears practical clothing as she does physical labour on her and her husband Clive’s land, she doesn’t mean she doesn’t enjoy getting spruced up, depending on the occasion.
Earlier this month, she hit back at critics who said she was ‘no longer a farmer’ for wearing tight clothes. after posting a series of selfies that showed off her amazing figure.
She said: “Anybody who wishes to say: ‘Well you’re not a shepherd anymore because you’ve got a pair of stilettos on and a body-con dress,’ I will say “Oh yes I am’, because it’s still all about the farm and all about the sheep at the end of the day.”
The C5 star is a passionate campaigner for rural issues, and recently defended controversial TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson after his Amazon Prime show, Clarkson’s Farm, highlighted how modern farm management and food production aren’t valued in society.
She wrote, “We do what pays the bills.”
Amanda and Clive Owen live on the 2,000 acre Ravenseat Farm in Upper Swaledale, which is home to 1,000 sheep, 40 cows, six dogs and four ponies.
Clive, 66, and Amanda, 46, fell in love in 1995 and have now been married for over two decades.
They share their home with their nine kids – Annas, Violet, Edith, Raven, Clemmy, Nancy, Reuben, Miles, and Sidney – who all muck in to help out in all aspects of farm life.
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