Amanda Owen has welcomed her lookalike eldest daughter back to her family farm after years of living away from home.
The 48-year-old self-proclaimed ‘Yorkshire Shepherdess’ took to Instagram to share her excitement at her daughter Raven’s return - who recently graduated with a First Class Honours degree in biology from York St John University.
In a slew of graduation pictures which were posted to Raven’s own Instagram account back in November - both of her parents attended and took pictures together with their daughter, after confirming their split in June.
Now, the 21-year-old made it home just in time to the North Yorkshire-based farm for lambing season, and didn’t wait to get stuck in.
Amanda - who is mum to nine kids in total - posted a slew of photos of her prodigal daughter alongside her other children getting ‘hands-on’ with farm duties.
The Our Yorkshire Farm star captioned her post: "Raven is back in the thick of it this weekend.
"Everyone's hands-on getting the yows [ewes] through the pens for ultrasound pregnancy scanning."
She continued in the caption: "A lot of hands make light work. It didn't take long to get the sheep through the pens and scanned. A smooth operation with little stress for everyone."
In the first picture, Raven can be seen petting a horse in their stable next to her mum and sister, whilst in the next photo she is spotted holding a sheep for an ultrasound pregnancy scan.
Raven’s return comes after mum Amanda slammed the suggestion that anyone else was "involved" in her split with husband Clive.
The parents-of-nine announced their split in June after 21 years together, followed by the cancellation of their popular Channel 5 show which showed the reality of life on their Ravenseat Farm.
The ex-couple are now supporting their brood, who range in age from 21 to five, and Amanda, 48, has been open 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 insisted there is "no problem" between herself and Clive, 68, and shut down any suggestion a third party was involved in the split.