Amanda Owen, also known as the Yorkshire Shepherdess, has broken her silence on social media since it was announced she and husband Clive Owen, 67, have split.
The former couple were together for 21 years and have an incredible nine children together who live and work on the Ravenseat Farm they jointly own.
After sharing the “sad” decision to split earlier this month, Amanda, 47, has shared a series of beautiful photos of her fun-loving children as she focuses on making positive memories in the northern countryside.
“Running up that hill,” Amanda captioned a beautiful post of two of her daughters running through wildflower meadows with joyful abandon.
Alongside a nod to music icon Kate Bush’s song of the same name, Amanda joked, “& down it too.”
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The farm children wore a white tulle princess dress and a floral pink and gray summer outfit as they ran and rolled across the fields.
Since then, Amanda has shared another more artistic image of the two girls lying between the leaves, which she snapped from above.
One fan took to the comments to share his support after the absence, writing: “I’ve missed your posts…sending love xx.”
“Gorgeous photos as always… I’ve really missed them the past few days,” shared another person. “I hope you are all well. Please keep tuning in to the pictures of your beautiful family and take care of yourself.”
While the family has asked the public to respect their privacy while they consider how best to move forward in the future, Amanda is still focused on raising her children and enjoying special moments with all of them by posting regularly on her social -Media account posts.
It comes as the couple shared the “sad” statement that they had split just under two weeks ago.
“Clive and I sadly have to confirm that we have made the difficult decision to separate,” shepherd told her fans. “It wasn’t easy, but we both believe it’s the right choice for our family’s future.
“Although we are no longer a couple, we continue to work on the farm and are parents together, with our top priority being the happiness and well-being of our children,” continued the Channel 5 TV star.
“We would like to thank everyone for their support and ask the media to respect our privacy as we work through this difficult time.”
At the time, the star’s followers admitted they were “burned out” hearing the heartbreaking news, but knew they continued to have a bright future.
“You give your children the best life! It’s just so wonderful to see. I wish you both happy parenting together and I hope everything turns out for the best,” one person said.
“I hope you and your beautiful family are doing well, I wish you all the best for the future and I have to say how brave you and Clive have been to put yourself first and do what is right for both of you was,” wrote another fan at the time. “Onward and upward and hopefully new opportunities and exciting times lie ahead for you all.”
While a third added: “Absolutely disappointed to hear your news but you have to do what is right for you as a family.
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