Amanda Owen, from Our Yorkshire Farm, admits “life is never easy” as husband Clive’s marriage split

Our Yorkshire Farm’s Amanda Owen has admitted “life is never easy” as she transitions from her split to husband Clive.

In June, after months of rumors about the state of their marriage, Amanda and Clive released a joint statement saying they had “made the difficult decision to separate.”

And in a new interview, the 48-year-old Yorkshire Shepherdess opens up about the “various challenges” she faces as a mother of nine and also talks about her new solo show Farming Lives.

Tough: Our Yorkshire Farm’s Amanda Owen has admitted that “life is never easy” as she transitions from her marriage separation to husband Clive

On the series, Aamanda has been spending time away from her family home and spoke to The Mirror about how her children were coping with her absence. Amanda said, “Oh yeah. Years of training means they’re doing fine.

She added that the nature of her farm work means there’s “always something to do” around the house or farm, and Amanda jokes that she always “warns” her when she comes back.

Below, Amanda shared how she’s juggling family life with nine children, ages five to 21, and said it’s not always “easy.”

She said: “It’s never easy, it’s different challenges. But I have to admit I love being a part of their journey as they grow up and seeing how they develop.

End: In June, after months of rumors about the state of their marriage, Amanda and Clive released a joint statement saying they had “made the difficult decision to separate.”

“Raven is currently in college doing his Masters, Reuben is an independent worker and loves it, Miles has left school and is working from home. It brings new people and keeps you busy. I hope it keeps me young.”

It comes days after Amanda opened up about her split from husband Clive in a new interview with Radio Times.

The TV personality explained that the couple succumbed to the “pressure” but that they “just have to keep going with it.”

Family: In a new interview, the 48-year-old Yorkshire Shepherdess opens up about the “various challenges” she faces as a mother of nine, while also opening up about her new solo exhibition Farming Lives

She told the publication, “Look, there are two simple facts: if he thought I was brilliant and I thought he was brilliant, then we wouldn’t have broken up.

“It’s a fact, isn’t it? But you know what, it’s not unique, it’s just the way things are, the pressure, all the rest.

“But we have nine kids with related friends, girlfriends, and we just have to move on.”

Maternity: “It’s never easy, it’s different challenges. But I have to admit that I like being a part of their journey as they grow up and see how they develop.

The couple were together for 21 years and have children Raven (21), Reuben (19), Miles (16), Edith (14), Violet (12), Sidney (11), Annas (9), Clemmy (7) and six-year-old Nancy.

When asked if the couple would co-parent, Amanda said, “Call it that if you want, but it’s really just a catchphrase. It just means we take turns yelling at the kids.”

Of her children, she said, “I loved being around babies, but I wasn’t ‘goo-goo, ga-ga.’ I couldn’t wait for them to find their own feet and run away.

“Someone once said to me, ‘Oh my god, you’re going to really regret having all these kids when they’re teenagers.’

Candid: It comes days after Amanda opened up about her split from husband Clive in a new interview with the Radio Times

Split: The TV personality explained that the couple succumbed to the ‘pressure’ but that they ‘just have to get on with it’ (pictured in 2020)

“And now I have probably four or five teenagers, and it’s great. I love it. I feel like it keeps me young. And I love seeing their characters and how different they all are.”

In November last year, neighbors told MailOnline that she and Clive had been living apart for months after she was “in the spotlight” on her Channel 5 programme.

Amanda moved into her rental property down the road from Ravenseat Farm in Swaledale, where Clive lived in the farmhouse, villagers said.

It was understood that Clive was “desperate” to repair their relationship and “feared” their marriage would end in divorce.

When asked if the couple would co-parent, Amanda said, “Call it that if you want, but it’s really just a catchphrase. It just means we take turns yelling at the kids.”

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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