Our Yorkshire Farms Amanda and Clive Owens secret rift with his daughter Rosie

Our Yorkshire Farm viewers often tune in to see Clive and Amanda Owen's idyllic life on their secluded farm, Ravenseat, Yorkshire.

However, while many see the perfect family life, Clive's eldest daughter has spoken out about his second marriage to Amanda, claiming that her family has fallen apart.

Mum-of-three Rosie has said that she no longer visits her dad or his new family on the farm, saying that their relationship is "beyond repair".

The barmaid, who grew up on the farm in the Yorkshire Dales, can no longer drive past the farm that she left when she was just 13-years-old.

In a new interview with The Sun, Rosie admits she sobbed the night before Clive's wedding to Amanda who is 21 years his junior.

She told the publication: "On the eve of the wedding I started crying because I was worried about losing my dad, it was awful – I used to feel really self-conscious, thinking, 'What’s wrong with me? What have I done? Am I saying and doing the right things?'"

Rosie has now stopped visiting her father and claims that he has made no effort to reach out to her, asking why she no longer visits.

"It feels like my childhood disappeared, my childhood home has been completely taken away from me," said Rosie.

Clive now resides with Amanda and their nine children, aged four to 20, while Rosie and her brother moved to a new home less than half an hour away in 1995 when her parent's marriage ended.

While Amanda and Clive are preparing for new episodes of Our Yorkshire Farm, Rosie claims that it is too much for her to tune in and ended up in tears when she first watched the show.

She added: "They are living this wonderful life with all this success and I'm here with scars that run deep."

The mum-of-two also claimed that her daughters, 13, and 16, do not call Clive 'grandad' and instead call him by his first name.

Amanda and Clive first met in 1995 when the former model was working as a contracted shepherdess close to Ravenseat.

The Huddersfield-born star arrived at the farm, asking about using one of Clive's rams for sheep breeding.

Rosie who was just nine at the time and her brother, who was 11, moved to Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria, with their mother which is just a 30-minute drive from the Yorkshire fam.

Daily Star has approached Amanda and Clive's representatives for comment.

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