Yorkshire shepherdess Amanda Owen has explained why she won’t share photos of her husband Clive on social media after fans asked why he was missing from New Year snaps
Amanda Owen has set her fans straight after there were questions as to why she never shares photos of her husband Clive on social media.
The 47-year-old star of Channel 5 show Our Yorkshire Farm is a frequent sharer of photos of her children and life at Ravenseat Farm on Instagram and Twitter but Clive, 67, is often missing from the snaps.
The Yorkshire shepherdess has taken to Twitter to explain her husband’s absence from Christmas and New Year pics after questions were raised about where he was.
Among the pics that Amanda shared in the past few days, there were some showing the family enjoying a dip in the water, as they went wild swimming in the plunging temperatures.
She captioned the photo: “Lots of wild things!”
Amanda added the hashtags: “#yorkshire #moorland #tarn #swim #NewYear2022 #wildswimming #outdoorswimming #bigskies.”
After the slew of pics being shared, one fan on Twitter asked: “Can we have a photo with Clive on please?”
Amanda replied by confirming that she doesn’t post pics of Clive on social media and gave her reason for this unofficial ban.
The shepherdess said: “Not if he doesn’t wish to be on social media.”
Amanda had previously said about Clive’s absence from family pics by saying that he “hates” social media.
The Channel 5 star explained: “He hates social media & the online news stuff and doesn’t want to be on it. That’s his choice.”
On Christmas Day, Amanda showed them feeding the sheep while on Boxing Day, 6ft 6in son Reuben is seen taking the family’s horse Hazel for a walk across the farmland.
In the most recent pics, Amanda is seen “rugby tackling” a lamb so that she can treat and tend to it.
She captioned the snaps: “I see ewe. A few cases of blind illness amongst the sheep needing treatment.
“Wind, snow and hay seeds make for irritation and infection.
“Only need one treatment and they are cured but they are fiendishly difficult to catch when their vision is limited.”
She continued: “The shepherds crook comes into play in times such as these.”
Her actions certainly impressed her followers, who were full of praise for her handling of the sheep.
One commented: “Superwoman, you could play rugby for England.”
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