Hooray!  Our Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen and her estranged husband Clive got back together this week after announcing they had split in June

Amanda Owen of our Yorkshire Farm and her estranged husband Clive get back together for the graduation of their daughter

Our Yorkshire Farm’s Amanda Owen and her estranged husband Clive got back together this week after announcing they had split in June.

The TV personality, 48, and her co-star, 67, came together to attend her daughter Raven’s, 21, graduation from York St. John University, where she majored in biomedicine.

Amanda – who previously said she and Clive would continue to co-parent their nine children – took to Instagram on Saturday to share a slew of snaps from the big day.

Hooray! Our Yorkshire Farm’s Amanda Owen and her estranged husband Clive got back together this week after announcing they had split in June

In her caption, she wrote, “A first class week for Raven. What an incredible achievement.

So proud to see her graduate from the glorious @york_minster_official @yorkstjohn. No rain could dampen our spirits.”

‘#yorkshire #degree #degree #biomedicine #top notch #proud #university #york #yorkminister.’

In one fell swoop, Amanda and Clive are under an arch along with Raven and their 19-year-old son, Reuben.

Exes: She met her husband in 1996 when he was already divorced and had two children after she arrived at his farm as a 21-year-old shepherdess-in-training (pictured in 2016)

Exes: She met her husband in 1996 when he was already divorced and had two children after she arrived at his farm as a 21-year-old shepherdess-in-training (pictured in 2016)

Another sees Raven posing in front of York Minster with her proud parents.

Amanda made her television debut alongside Clive in ITV’s The Dales in 2011 before landing her own Channel 5 show Our Yorkshire Farm in 2018.

However, in June, after months of rumors about the state of their marriage, Amanda and Clive released a joint statement on social media, saying they had “made the difficult decision to separate.”

woohoo!  The 48-year-old TV personality and her 67-year-old co-star got together to attend their 21-year-old daughter Raven (centre left)'s graduation from York St. John University

woohoo! The 48-year-old TV personality and her 67-year-old co-star got together to attend their 21-year-old daughter Raven (centre left)’s graduation from York St. John University

Proud mom: Amanda - who previously said she and Clive would continue to co-parent their nine children - took to Instagram on Saturday to share a slew of snaps from the big day

Proud mom: Amanda – who previously said she and Clive would continue to co-parent their nine children – took to Instagram on Saturday to share a slew of snaps from the big day

Deserved: In her caption, she wrote,

Deserved: In her caption, she wrote, “A first class week for Raven. What an incredible achievement’

She met her husband in 1996 when he was already divorced and had two children after she came to his farm as a 21-year-old trainee shepherdess.

It wasn’t long before the couple married, and five children quickly followed.

The couple first appeared on television as regulars in Adrian Edmondson’s ITV documentary series The Dales in 2011, alongside Reverend Ann Chapman, the vicar of four small churches, and a host of other people living in the Yorkshire Dales.

Audiences quickly fell in love with the pair and their offbeat love story, dubbing them the “Kardashians of the Countryside.”

Amanda’s rise from farmer’s wife to household name

2000 – Clive and Amanda are getting married

2011 – Clive and Amanda appear in The Dales

Amanda is more frequent in the media, providing interviews about farm births and motherhood in remote Yorkshire

2014 – Amanda publishes her first book The Yorkshire Shepherdess.

It reached the top 10 best sellers and the film rights were sold

2015 – The family appeared on an episode of New Lives In The Wild UK with Ben Fogle, a Channel 5 show

2017 – Amanda publishes A Year in the Life of the Yorkshire Shepherdess and promotes the book in the media.

She also appeared on BBC Radio 4’s The Museum of Curiosity

2018 – The couple land their own TV show, Our Yorkshire Farm.

It’s an instant hit, with over three million viewers watching each episode.

2019 – Amanda published a third book Adventures of the Yorkshire Shepherdess and was the subject of Radio 4’s On Your Farm.

She has since also appeared on the podcast Trees A Crowd with David Oakes.

2020 – Our Yorkshire Farm becomes a runaway hit during lockdown with millions watching every episode on Channel 5

Amanda begins solo appearances on a variety of television shows and becomes a regular guest on programs such as Lorraine and This Morning to provide commentary on parenting and life on the farm.

2021 – Channel 5 aired the first episode of series 14 of Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild which featured Fogle back at Ravenseat Farm

Meanwhile, Owen starred in the second season of BBC Four’s Winter Walks as one of the four walkers involved in the BBC’s 360-degree camera.

She also directed some reports for Live: Winter on the Farm, which aired on Channel 5 from 6-9 December 2021, and appeared with Simon Armitage as a lead guest on Radio 4’s The Poet Laureate Has Gone To His Shed.

She also published two other books, Tales From the Farm and Celebrating The Seasons, both of which she heavily promoted.

November – Neighbors told MailOnline that Amanda and Clive have been living apart for months after she was “in the spotlight” on her Channel 5 programme.

June 2022 – Amanda and Clive announce their breakup

July – Amanda makes her first television appearance since the breakup

They began making more media appearances and offering interviews to the media about their family, with Amanda regularly speaking about life as a mother of nine.

In November 2015, the family appeared on an episode of New Lives In The Wild UK with Ben Fogle, a Channel 5 show produced by Warner Brothers’ Renegade Pictures.

It was at this point that Amanda was recording her own media appearances and publishing her first book, The Yorkshire Shepherdess.

In 2017 she published another tome, A Year in the Life of the Yorkshire Shepherdess, which appeared on BBC Radio 4’s The Museum of Curiosity.

The family’s popularity led to their own observational documentary series about life at Owens Farm on Channel 5 called Our Yorkshire Farm, which began in 2018.

It quickly became a hit and was one of the network’s most popular programs with over three million viewers watching each episode.

By 2019 Amanda published a third book Adventures of the Yorkshire Shepherdess and was the subject of Radio 4’s On Your Farm.

She has since also appeared on the podcast Trees A Crowd with David Oakes.

Meanwhile, Our Yorkshire Farm became an unlikely lockdown hit, proving to be the most-watched program in a 9pm slot for two consecutive weeks in August.

Back then, viewers said the show was the best TV series they’d seen in years, and many said they couldn’t wait for the next series.

The shepherdess began making solo appearances on a variety of television shows, becoming a regular guest on shows such as Lorraine and This Morning to provide commentary on parenting and life on the farm.

Meanwhile, Owen starred in the second season of BBC Four’s Winter Walks as one of the four walkers involved in the BBC’s 360 camera, with Owen’s episode showing a walk through Wensleydale and Raydale.

She also directed some reports for Live: Winter on the Farm, which aired on Channel 5 from 6-9 December 2021, and appeared with Simon Armitage as a lead guest on Radio 4’s The Poet Laureate Has Gone To His Shed.

She has since published two more books, Tales From the Farm and Celebrating The Seasons, both of which she has heavily promoted.

By November, neighbors told MailOnline the couple had been living apart for months after she was “in the spotlight” on her Channel 5 programme.

Amanda moved into her rental property down the road from Ravenseat Farm in Swaledale, where Mr Owen has lived in the farmhouse, villagers said.

Mr Owen was understood to be “desperate” to repair their relationship and “feared” their marriage would end in divorce.

Meanwhile, Amanda continued to give media interviews, saying she had “no regrets” inviting the public into her life through Our Yorkshire Farm – despite reports, her fame left her marriage on the rocks.

But earlier this year, the couple released a shocking statement confirming they had split.

The news left fans of the wholesome show dismayed, but it came as no surprise to friends of the Owens.

A source close to Clive and Amanda said: “It’s really sad for both of them that it has come to this, especially with such a large family and some of them so young.

“It has long been an open secret throughout the valley that they have issues and live apart.

“Amanda lived at her vacation rental, a cottage about a mile from Ravenseat, and Clive stayed at the farm he’s always stayed at.”

Locals speaking to The Sun claimed the split came after there had been “rumours for ages” that she had befriended a cameraman, although they said there was “no hint of an affair”.

Following the split, TV insiders said Amanda was planning to “go solo” after booking meetings with TV execs and even taking on a PR agency, explaining, “This is now her golden opportunity to go solo as well.” shine and make millions. both through brand endorsements and a new show.’

They said there was “absolutely no reason” why she couldn’t carry a series on her own, adding, “Amanda has everything going for her, sympathy, knowledge, beauty, PR nous and, crucially, her.” is a natural in front of the camera.”

End: The couple shared a joint statement on social media, confirming they had split in June

End: The couple shared a joint statement on social media, confirming they had split in June

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