Our Yorkshire Farm’s Amanda Owen flooded with support from fans after bleak post about feeling unmotivated | The Sun

OUR Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen was flooded with well wishes from fans after sharing a social media post about feeling unmotivated.

The TV star has spoken out about life on the farm, following recent news of Channel 5 axing Amanda's show and her ex husband, Clive getting his own spin-off.


Amanda shared a series of snaps of her youngest daughters, Nancy and Clemmie, hiking up the Yorkshire hills with her 530k followers on Instagram.

She captioned the post: "Sunday morning. All raring to go.
Monday morning. Rather less so." With a sad face emoji.

Fans were quick to flock to the comments section and shower Amanda with support after the bleak post.

One fan wrote: "Monday mornings are tough especially when the weather is good and you just want to be out and about to enjoy."

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Another wrote: "Feel God right there up on those hills, taking care of you and your sweet family."

A third penned: "Wish you the best of luck."

A fourth echoed: "Don't worry you can do it."

This comes after Amanda Owen shared a post about her family saying "we ride out the storm" after being cut from Out Yorkshire Farm spin-off series.

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Taking to Twitter, Amanda shared a series of snaps of life on the farm, including a snowy quad bike snap and a picture of her son Reuben driving a tractor.

She captioned her photoset: “There’s horsepower [tractor emoji] and there’s horsepower [horse emoji]. Come rain or shine we ride out storms… resilience and strength comes as standard.”


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