Amanda Owen took to social media to apologise for being absent online before revealing that the reason was due to some of her family members suffering from Covid-19
Our Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen has shared that some members of her family have caught Coronavirus and have been ‘laying low.’
The shepherdess – who is a mother to nine kids with her husband Clive – revealed the update when she apologised to her loyal fans for being absent from social media.
Alongside a clip of young daughter Nancy skipping through a field, Amanda typed on Twitter on Thursday: “Making great strides.
“*We’re fine but a few of us have been laid low with a dose of the [virus emoji]*”
The Channel 5 reality personality also uploaded the same footage and message on her Instagram page.
It seems that Amanda’s fans noticed she had been quiet on social media and many took to the comments to send her well wishes and welcome her back online.
One wrote: “Wondered where you been, missed your posts. Get well soon everyone x.”
Another added: “Oh dear I hope the worst of the dreaded has passed, look after each other.”
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More echoed: “Hope you’re all good and feeling a bit better, take it easy” and “Wishing you all.a very speedy recoverey from corona virus.”
Amanda and her brood have won the hearts of many with their Channel 5 series.
The cameras follow the family on their 2,000 acres Ravenseat Farm in Upper Swaledale, which is home to 1,000 sheep, 40 cows, six dogs and four ponies.
Amanda, 46, and Clive, 66, fell in love in 1995 and have now been married for over two decades.
They share their home with their offspring – Annas, Violet, Edith, Raven, Clemmy, Nancy, Reuben, Miles, and Sidney – who all muck in to help out in all aspects of farm life.
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