Our Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen has let her hair down and hit the town for a rare night out.
The Yorkshire Shepherdess headed to a swanky hotel in Leeds for an industry event in her role as ambassador for Yorkshire business women.
Rubbing shoulders with hairdresser to the stars Andrew Barton, the 46-year-old shared a wind-swept roof top selfie of the pair at the Dakota Hotel with her beautiful smile beaming back as her hair sprayed in his face.
The shepherdess rarely leaves her beloved farm at Ravenseat, North Yorkshire, where she lives with husband Clive and their bustling brood of nine kids filming Channel 5’s Our Yorkshire Farm.
But she was happy to ditch her farm duties and swapped her work clothes for a figure-hugging long sleeved black dress accessorised with gold bangles.
She showed off her glam new look as she shared a full-length mirror selfie in the posh powder room.
She posted on Instagram: “Never miss an opportunity to let my hair down especially when in the company of the wonderful & fabulously talented hairdresser@andrew_barton_hair. Great to be at @dakotahotel_lds for work & play.”
She later shared a group selfie in which she was wearing a white low-cut dress, with a choker necklace and with silver jewellery.
It appears Andrew was also delighted to meet the TV star, as he shared back: “You know when you meet someone and you just hit off straight away and laugh together?
He even offered to tend to her lovely locks adding: “We were at a special event for @yorkshire_businesswoman@topic_uk@dakotahotel_lds and I forgot my scissors for Amanda’s hair (bad Barty) watch this space all will be revealed.” #newhaircut
He tagged the charity Little Princess Trust which provides real hair wigs, to those having cancer treatment, hinting a dramatic make over could be in store if she sheds her long locks.
He added: “And yes this lovely lady is just as gorgeous, bright & full of gorgeous energy in real life #mygirlcrush.”
Her fans were also quick to comment on her dolled-up appearance and gushed: “Wow you look stunning but don’t let the fame change your lovely self x stay grounded that why we love yous.”
A second added: “I can’t believe how easily you slip between hardened farmer to absolute glamorous beauty. You’re a master of both.”
A third wrote: “Go girl!! work hard play hard… beautiful family.”
“You look gorgeous,” a fourth penned.
The shepherdess shot to fame since the show came to our screens in 2018 and documents their growing families unique way of life.
She also regularly shares updates on her Twitter page, where she has 171,000 followers.