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Zara Woodcock

Amanda Owen secures new TV show after 'tough' Clive split and Yorkshire Farm axe

Amanda Owen has secured a brand new TV show after her 'tough' split from her husband Clive Owen.

The shepherdess is best known for fronting Channel 5's Our Yorkshire Farm with her large family as she shows the realities of life on their Ravenseat Farm.

However, not only did the show get cancelled after four years on the air but she parted ways with Clive in June 2022, after 21 years.

After a few difficult changes in her life, Amanda recently landed her first solo series called Amanda Owen's Farming Lives.

The brand-new series is set to start this month and will be airing on More4.

Amanda, who shares nine children with Clive, will be visiting other working farms in the UK.

The star will be sharing what it's like to work on the farms and the struggles of the large industry.

Travelling through six different farms, viewers will get to see lands passed down through generations and totally new spaces.

Speaking about the new show, the 48-year-old said: "If you’re in farming and agriculture, it’s very easy to feel like you’re unsupported, even vilified, heartening to see how different people were making it work and how diverse modern farming is."

Meanwhile, Amanda recently said single life has been 'tough' after splitting from Clive last summer.

The two have been married for almost 22 years so she has found navigating single life can be confusing and difficult.

She has now landed a brand-new show (PA)
She had a difficult year with the split and the end of Our Yorkshire Farm (Ian Forsyth)

However, despite keeping busy with other TV appearances, Amanda has said that she has found it "tough" since splitting from her husband but says they "just have to get on with it".

Speaking to the Radio Times Amanda said: "Look, there are two simple facts: if he thought I was brilliant, and I thought he was brilliant, then we wouldn’t have separated.

"It’s a fact, isn’t it? But, you know what, that’s not unique, it’s just how things are, pressures, all the rest of it. But we have nine kids, with associated friends, girlfriends, and we just have to get on with it."

As the duo are now separated, she had to film her new documentary in small sections in order to plan around her children.

Amanda Owen's Farming Lives premiers on January 25th at 9pm on More4.

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