Our Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen has shared a sweet picture of her three younger daughters.
Clemmie, Nancy and Violet look like they're having a whale of a time at Ravenseat as they smile for the camera with their proud mum.
In her latest posts on Twitter, Amanda, 48, shared snaps of the girls helping with farming duties, including one shot where they pose next to a friendly cow with its tongue sticking out.
In another, the trio cut colourful figures sporting cosy jackets and wellies.
The shepherdess captioned the adorable pics: "Farmyard friends. #yorkshire #farm #farmyard #autumn."
The sweet post went down a storm with fans with many saying they couldn't believe how quickly time had gone.
One said: "So nice to see the girls out in the sunshine they are growing so fast Luv to the Owens family xx."
While another echoed: "Wow, the girls look so grown up."
In news which saddened viewers of the Channel 5 show, Amanda announced she and husband Clive, 67, had decided to separate earlier this year.
Sharing a statement on social media, the mum-of-nine wrote: "Clive and I have are sad to confirm that we have made the difficult decision to separate.
"This hasn't been easy, but we both believe it's the right choice for the future of our family."
Despite their decision to separate, the former couple stated they would continue to work and co-parent together.
Amanda opened up about the end of her 22-year of marriage on ITV's Lorraine last month.
Speaking to presenter Christine Lampard, she explained that while it had been a "tough experience," the proud parents are focused on keeping things running on their farm.
Asked whether life carried on in terms of family and work, Amanda responded: "It does. That is reality. [...] It's really tough and it is a really difficult aspect of it to get across.
"But when you do reality it has to be just that. That means it covers the ups and downs and that can be on any level. So y'know life carries on on the farm," she continued.
Amanda added that there are a "whole raft of things to do" when it came to raising their nine children as well as looking after all the animals on their farm in North Yorkshire.
The reality TV star - who is known as the Yorkshire Shepherdess - concluded her and Clive's priority remains "to keep everything going".