Our Yorkshire Farms Amanda Owens lovely news as she announces new farm arrival
Our Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen has shared her sweet new arrival with her legions of fans online.
The mother of nine recently took to Twitter to inform her 188,300 Twitter followers that her family had welcomed a brand new calf for the New Year.
Sharing her exciting news, Amanda, 47, tweeted: "Buttercup the house cow has calved.
"She’s a quiet, docile and very greedy dairy shorthorn that will provide enough milk for her calf and her household," followed by milk emojis.
The shepherdess also attached photos to the tweet to provide her followers with a glimpse into the calving process.
In the sweet snap, two of the Owen children could be seen wrapped up warm in their hats and coats to help Amanda deliver the newborn calf.
Thrilled with Amanda's news, several of her fans took to the comment section to share their thoughts on her happy news.
One fan wrote: "That's lovely news well done Buttercup."
Another chimed: "That’s wonderful. The girls look so thrilled."
A third penned: "Beautiful, I really love your little helpers. Your children have the most wonderful idyllic childhood to grow up on your farm with the animals & farm adore your series & I can't wait until the next series."
While a fourth suggested that the Owen family should also embark on a YouTube channel and commented: "Aww u really need to do us a YouTube Chanel Amanda pleeeeeease xx."
Channel 5's series Our Yorkshire Farm is one of the most-watched factual shows on the channel, with almost four million viewers tuning in to watch the family each week.
The docu-series follows the humble lives of Amanda and her husband Clive Owen, 67, as they showcase the everyday realities of farm living in a modern society.
The lovely farming couple also share nine children in total, including Raven, 20, Reuben, 18, Miles, 15, Edith, 12, Violet, 10, Sidney, nine, Anna, seven, Clemmy, six, and Nancy, four.
In the last series, the Owen's youngest daughter Nancy headed to school for the very first time, which lead Amanda to admit that she felt "strange".
During the last episode which aired on Channel 5 in November, Amanda was left alone at Ravenseat for the first time in 20 years which she confessed was quite peculiar.
However, husband Clive reassured her and said: "I don't think it's a sad thing, I think it's an achievement. I'm very proud of them but it does feel strange without them."
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