Our Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen flooded with messages after post about 'taking a pause'
OUR Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen has been flooded with messages after telling her following she was "taking a pause".
The Channel 4 star took to Twitter to reveal she was taking some "downtime" alongside her kids as she posed for photos.
Amanda, 47, shared a number of photos of her sheepdog Kate and youngest daughter Clemmy as they enjoyed some quality time together.
Clemmy and the sweet dog could be seen cuddling up to one another as they sat in the sunshine alongside the shepherdess' herd of sheep.
A second snap showed off the stunning rolling hills surrounding Ravenseat Farm in the Yorkshire Dales as the sunset behind them.
While a third snap saw her standing beside her daughter and the pooch as she bent over to stoke Kate, who lay sleepily on her back.
"Nothing wrong with taking a pause," she captioned the post, alongside paw emojis. "Work and play for Kate."
Fans immediately flooded the comments section to encourage the TV star and her hard-working dog to take a break.
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"So lovely to see a working dog having a bit of downtime and a cuddle," one said, as a second agreed: "Bless Kate, she works so hard."
"Should always be time for work, rest & play," a third encouraged, as a fourth said: "It’s very hard work being a shepherdess!"
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It comes shortly after Amanda hit out that her “peace was shattered” after a fighter jet soared over her farm in February.
The mum-of-nine was "going about our business" at her Ravenseat before three fighter jets flew overhead at the weekend.
Amanda took to Instagram and said it gave her the thought of being "under attack" in the wake of the Russian war in Ukraine.
She posted a story and penned: “Taking stock. Quietly going about our business when the peace was shattered by three fighter jets overhead.
“A sobering moment, when the people of the Ukraine were, just like us all, only days ago simply going about their daily lives and are now under attack.”
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