Amanda Owen looked nearly unrecognisable in a throwback picture of her wedding to now ex-husband Clive.
The Our Yorkshire Farm star, now 48, looked fresh faced and elegant at her wedding in 2000, opting for an off-the-shoulder gown intricately decorated with a red and green floral design.
Amanda wore white gloves and her long blonde hair down, with a veil flowing behind her. In the unearthed photo, Amanda is petting a brown horse and smiling at the animal, as she is surrounded by trees.
Her husband Clive, now 68, wears a dark suit with a paisley waistcoat and red flower.
The couple went on to have nine children and star in the successful Channel 5 show together.
In June they announced their split, followed by the cancellation of Our Yorkshire Farm, which chronicled their life at Ravenseat Farm.
The ex-couple are now supporting their brood, who range in age from 21 to five, and Amanda, 48, has been opened about the reality of co-parenting, after she moved to a separate farmhouse on their land, with some of the kids.
The mum has also previously insisted there is "no problem" between herself and Clive, 68, and shut down any suggestion a third party was involved in the split.
She told Mail Online: "I’m getting on with my life as an independent woman, looking after the kids and my sheep.
"There was nobody involved in the break up with Clive and I don’t understand why this is being suggested."
Speaking about her relationship with the farmer, she said: "There’s absolutely no problem between us. It’s been a very amicable split and we continue to work together."
Last month, Amanda also spoke about her family situation on Lorraine, where she also debuted her new glam look.
She said: "It's not a big story. I feel there's so many people in similar situations.
"That's the reality, we all have to get on with it. There's the animals to look after, the childcare."
Amanda looked very glamorous during her appearance on the ITV morning show, as she also chatted about her self-care and how she prioritises herself despite looking after the whole farm and juggling parenting too.
"I am content. You do have to take a little time for yourself. Even if I'm going to be feeding the sheep, I put my moisturiser on and mascara on, it's self-care," she said of her new routine following her split.
Amanda previously explained to The Mirror that her kids coped fine when she was away as she opened up about the "different challenges" she has faced as a parent over the year.
She said: "Years of training means they’re fine. The nature of what we do means there’s always something to be done, so they can bake, cook, even tidy up – usually when I give them a warning that I’m coming back!"
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