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Our Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen 'inseparable from new man' after split

Star of Our Yorkshire Farm Amanda Owen has reportedly found love again after splitting from her husband Clive.

And the 48-year-old has become "inseparable" from the her new man, reports the Star. Amanda allegedly started dating businessman Robert Davies five years after they first met.

She shot to fame on the hit show with her husband Clive, 68, and their nine children. But the couple called it quits on their 21-year-marriage last year, confirming in a statement that they were "no longer a couple" and that they would continue to work on the farm and co-parent their children together.

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According to The Sun, they were snapped together in Robert's Audi saloon car at an Evening With event in Folkestone, Kent. A source alleged that Amanda has known Robert long before she split from Clive and that they now go everywhere together.

The source claimed: "Amanda and Robert have known each other many years — long before her split. Now he travels everywhere with her and they’ve become seemingly inseparable."

Amanda and Clive announced their split last June with a statement on Instagram.

They wrote: "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.

Last year, Amanda revealed that Clive had been living on a neighbouring farm during a chat with ITV's Lorraine Kelly.

She said: "We all have to get on. There's a lot to deal with as we have the land to manage, the animals to manage, childcare and everything else. So yeah, we just have to get on with it."

The shepherdess also explained how she makes herself feel better every morning before heading out to work on Ravenseat Farm.

She added: "Every morning, even if I am going to be out feeding the sheep, I take a little bit of self-care for five minutes. I put moisturiser on and a little bit of mascara and it makes you feel better about yourself."

Daily Star has contacted Amanda's representative for comment.


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