Our Yorkshire Farm shepherdess Amanda Owen turns covergirl for her own calendar

Our Yorkshire Farm shepherdess Amanda Owen turns covergirl for her own calendar

07/09/2021

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She's a mum of nine, TV star and full time shepherdess – and now Our Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen is a covergirl for her very own calendar.

The 46- year-old posed for the camera on her 2,000 acre farm Ravenseat in Yorkshire.

Normally viewers see the stunning former model in her muddy jeans and a waterproof on her farm, but now, she's swapping the essentials with an off-the-shoulder black Bardot top.

In June, we see Amanda with a lamb over the shoulders as she wears a skirt while looking over Ravenseat Farm.

For August, she is seen wearing a cornflower blue mini-dress with her signature wellies while her shoulder is on show with one sleeve slipping down.

The one off calendar will see Amanda and her husband Clive get on with work while juggling their family life on their 2,000-acre hill farm over the course of four seasons.

Amanda announced her upcoming project on Instagram in view of her 363,000 followers.

"I'm so thrilled to be doing this special 2022 calendar. Each photo for each month has a real significance to me and my family – we even took many of the pictures ourselves," she wrote.

“From sharing the breath-taking beauty of the Yorkshire countryside that surrounds us, to the everyday activity we share as a family, each month tells a little story of life on our Yorkshire farm."

While the pictures were taken at the families beautiful stone home, the Owen family are on the move after deciding it’s time to buy their own home after renting the farm house for years.

Amanda and Clive have got their eye on a fixer-upper in Upper Swaledale, which is just one mile from their current home in Anty Johns.

The dilapidated farm house could be a real project for the family, and will finally be something they own themselves.

Speaking about the decision to move, shepherdess Amanda said: "You feel very temporary like we're just part of the bigger story before it's passed on to someone else.

"Each of the buildings on the farm are named after people who are long gone, but whose memory lives on and it's important to keep the heritage of the place going."

The Amanda Owen Calendar costs £9.99 plus – to order the calendar online, go to: Amanda Owen calendar.

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