Our Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen addresses family setback amid 'uncertain' future


    She went on to share she does not feel “sorry for herself” and remains family-focused.

    “It’s all right to sit there and feel sorry for yourself,” she added. “But we have to provide for the children. That’s what we did it for. So how could I have regrets?”

    The Channel 5 star later shared she also resides at Ravenseat with her former husband and added they are both “committed to the farm and family”.

    “We speak every day about what’s going on,” she says. “Sometimes I’m there, sometimes he’s there, sometimes he’s working away, sometimes I’m working away. We just have to make it fit.”


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