This Morning: Amanda Owen on giving birth
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Yorkshire Shepherdess Amanda Owen, 46, enjoys keeping her 157,000 Twitter followers up to date with her family’s antics and daily lives at Ravenseat Farm in the Dales. However, one of her recent posts on the micro-blogging site sparked a great deal of confusion amongst fans.
Amanda snapped a photo of her daughter, Clemmy, five, “using the facilities” outside after he was “caught short”.
The photo showed the youngster’s arm hovering over a stone built structure, which featured a very steep drop.
The mum-of-nine captioned the picture: “Clem decides to use the ‘facilities’ #bog #longdrop #draughty #caughtshort.”
It wasn’t long before Amanda was inundated with comments from her fans asking about the baffling photo.
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One person wrote: “I can’t figure this picture out!”
Another added: “That’s not a toilet..it’s an escape route for inquisitive children.”
A third fan commented: “Ooo! So spooky! I’d have to be very desperate to go in there.”
Fortunately, Amanda addressed the confused reaction from some of her fans after one person asked her: “My god what is that and is Clemmie top or bottom?”(sic)
The Yorkshire Shepherdess retweeted the fan’s comment and replied: “It a stone built upstairs toilet, Clemmy went in from below & scuttled up the inside.”(sic)
“I take that it isn’t in use anymore….,” another fan responded to Amanda.
A concerned Twitter user then added: “Hope it had been well bleached!”
Amanda and husband Clive Owen have nine children including Clemmy – Annas, six, Violet, nine, Edith, 11, Raven, 18, Nancy, three, Reuben, 16, Miles, 14, and Sidney, eight.
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The couple’s “free-range” children enjoy exploring the Yorkshire countryside and often get stuck in working with their parents on the farm.
Elsewhere, Amanda shared how she was feeling both “excited” and “scared” as she announced the family had purchased a new farmhouse on Channel 5’s Our Yorkshire Farm.
The property hadn’t been lived in for decades when they bought it but Amanda explained it was a “no-brainer”.
She said: “When the opportunity came up and I saw that ‘for sale’ sign go up, it was like a no brainer.
“The opportunity to get that doesn’t come up that often.
“I needed to buy it because it’s security, for us and for the children.”
However, while speaking about the decision on the new series, she did admit she was left feeling a bit overwhelmed when the sale went through.
Amanda continued: “I couldn’t believe it when I bought it. I was like, ‘Oh what have I done!’
“It’s so exciting but scary as well as it’s a big undertaking.”
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