Amanda Owen reveals how Christmas was 'blighted' after 'vicious' ordeal | The Sun

AMANDA Owen revealed snaps of her white Christmas and losing power the day before the festive holiday.

The Yorkshire Shepherdess, 47, kept her followers up to date on her family Christmas in Ravenseat via her social media.

On boxing day, Amanda shared photos of her farm land covered in snow.

She tweeted: "Snow arrived a day late for it to be an official white Christmas.

"Super cold but a rather more pleasant than the vicious wind and driving rain that blighted us on Christmas Day."

However, the festivities didn't run smoothly for the Owens as the family suffered a power cut on Christmas eve.

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Taking to Twitter, Amanda wrote: "It just wouldn’t be Christmas without there being either no water or no electricity.

"*Cue everyone to stare despondently into a hole in the ground. * Apart from Reuben who is in his element."

The mum-of-nine posted snaps of her children digging using spades and a tractor.

Fans went straight to the comment section and were quick to offer messages of support.

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One said: "Goodness me, you really do have a challenging life. Glad Ruben is able to help."

Another wrote: "Hope things improve soon."

A third penned: "Bless Reuben – every family needs one."

A fourth commented: "Hope you get it sorted so you can cook Christmas dinner tomorrow."

This comes after the news that Clive's new show replaced Our Yorkshire Farm.

Channel 5 announced earlier this year they wouldn't be renewing the much-loved farming documentary series.

Amanda and Clive announced that they had made the decision to separate.

Clive and son Reuben now have their own TV show together, called Beyond the Farm.

It follows them as they embark on a digging business together.

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The first episode saw the father and son duo take on their first job – which involved digging a series of pools in Cumbria.

Throughout the series viewers will get to see how the teenager’s unique childhood has prepared him for adult life and starting a business alongside his dad, best mate Tom, and girlfriend Sarah.

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