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Amanda Owen, who announced her split from husband Clive Owen in June, both bought a remote farmhouse in 2020 and were granted planning permission to renovate the property. But it appears things are currently hanging in the balance after the Yorkshire Farm star shared an update.
It comes after she took to Twitter and was quizzed about the home project by a fan.
Taking to the micro-blogging site on November 1, Amanda shared a series of photos of her children playing on the Yorkshire moors.
She captioned the photo: “Under or over? Under, through the smout-hole en route to the horses.”
The shepherdess added the hashtags: “#yorkshire #countryside #outdoors #space #drystonewalls.”
The following day, @GeriAkerman asked: “How is your restoration of the other house going?”
But the Channel 5 star admitted work has been delayed when she replied: “Not even started yet!”
The social media user responded: “Oh no! Miss seeing you all on TV.”
The shepherdess has not been on our screens since the end of November 2021 as she takes a break from filming Our Yorkshire Farm following the latest season.
During the last series of the hugely popular Channel 5 docu-series that follows the lives of the Owen clan, it was revealed that Amanda and Clive plan to up and move their large brood to a new location after they purchased a remote farmhouse in 2020.
The family purchased a brand new home – a farmhouse and land just a mile away from their current home in Ravenseat.
However, the property was in a rundown state and is in need of a major renovation before it will be fit for the family to move in.
The 18th-century barn, which was made a Grade II listed building in 1986, has been sitting empty for the past 60 years.
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In an interview last month, Amanda revealed she does not regret inviting cameras into the family home as it has provided them with financial security.
Despite being unable to confirm a new series of Our Yorkshire Farm – Channel 5 sources reportedly say “the future is uncertain” – new projects are in the works for the Owen family.
Amanda told The Telegraph: “Because let’s be brutal about it: you’re not going to get rich off farming. We’ve got a big family to support and we live on a farm that doesn’t belong to us.
“People see the farm and say, ‘You have all this.’ Yes, we have all this, but never the security.”
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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