Amanda Owen has reunited with her ex husband Clive in a rare whole family get-together with all nine of their brood.
The Our Yorkshire Farm star, 48, has shared snaps of their happy family as they got together at Ravenseat Farm.
The telly favourite showed there was no animosity between her and her former husband as they got together with their nine children for some snaps outside the family home.
Amanda posted a collage to her Instagram Stories showing her smiling proudly with her kids and two of their friends.
In a second snap, her ex husband Clive, 68, had swapped places with her and took his turn for a photo with their brood.
Alongside gifs of a digger and a sheep, Amanda wrote: “The farm army. Many hands make light work.”
She posted the family photos on Mother’s Day – her first one since splitting from Clive in July last year.
The couple were married for 22 years and went on to have nine children and star in the successful Channel 5 show together.
They went through a rocky patch in 2021 while Amanda, also know as the Yorkshire Shepardess, was promoting her book, but reconciled.
They ended their relationship for good last summer, with Amanda announcing the news on Instagram, writing: “Although we are no longer a couple, we continue to work on the farm and co-parent together, with our number one priority the happiness and well-being of our children.”
Their split was followed by the cancellation of Our Yorkshire Farm, which chronicled their life at Ravenseat Farm.
After their separation, Amanda started to film a new More4 documentary, called Amanda Owen’s Farming Lives which is her first series on her own without Clive.
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 and shut down any suggestion a third party was involved in the split.
Reruns of Our Yorkshire Farm are shown on Channel 5. Amanda Owen's Farming Lives is available on More4.