Our Yorkshire Farm’s Amanda Owen reunites with ex Clive for photo

Our Yorkshire Farm’s Amanda Owen reunites with ex Clive for photo

Our Yorkshire Farm’s Amanda Owen split up with her ex-husband Clive Owen last year after the pair jointly decided parting ways was “the right choice for their family”.

However, the former couple was reunited in a sentimental family snap shared by daughter Raven – one of their nine children – last weekend.

Amanda threw her head back, grinning broadly, while Clive looked more pensive, and three of their children shared the candid snap with them.

Clive, 58, had recently revealed his enormous regret over their painful split and attributed it to his “ranting and raving” and excessive “jealousy”.

Reflecting on his marriage to 48-year-old Amanda, he told Lorraine Kelly on her ITV show that he “massively” blames himself.

“I sadly made a right mess of things basically. I had a massive part to play in the relationship ending,” he cringed.

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“I was ranting and raving and drinking and carrying on. Jealousy… seemed to eat away at me and I handled it badly.”

Explaining that he’d “behaved badly towards” his wife and was unsupportive during her tough times, he made it clear he didn’t want her to take the blame.

“I should have been supportive [and] I just feel I can’t sit back. I have to say something in her defence,” he insisted.

“She’s a remarkable woman. We just got to the point where we couldn’t be together anymore.”

Amanda has since been linked with web designer Robert Davies, whom she’d hired to launch an eye-catching site for her, yorkshireshepherdess.com, back in 2018.

According to his website, the 71-year-old has four decades of marketing experience taking care of some of the nation’s biggest brands.

However, no matter what the status of their friendship, it hasn’t prevented Amanda and Clive from remaining involved co-parents.

While it’s Clive who remains on the farm, his much-loved ex lives just half a mile down the road – and she even continues to cook for him and the rest of the family.

“On a day-to-day basis, we work together, we farm together, we look after the kids together,” he told Lorraine.

“She feeds us all, somehow she looks after two houses instead of one.”

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