OUR Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen had fans worried after she was spotted with a black eye after a nasty injury.
Viewers of the popular Channel 5 show, which follows the shepherdess, her husband Clive and their nine children, took to social media with concern.
Amanda, 47, left viewers concerned after her eye was spotted looking bruised in the latest episode of Our Yorkshire Farm.
The reality TV star could be seen getting stuck in during the new episode wrangling sheep and shearing them as they attempted to escape.
She was joined by husband Clive, 66, and their children as she rounded up sheep to be sheared and collect their wool ahead of the summer months.
As the pair begun shearing, a dark black bruise could be seen forming underneath Amanda's left eye after suffering a nasty injury.
She explained that she had been head butted by one of the animals as they attempted to escape her grips and the shears.
And husband Clive didn't get away without an injury either, as he revealed how his arm was left bruised after a sheep bit him during its haircut.
Concerned fans took to social media to check in that Amanda was OK after spotting the black eye throughout the episode.
"Clive with a chewed arm and Amanda with a black eye. OUCH!" one wrote, as a second responded: "How did Amanda get that black eye?!"
A third helpfully pointed out: "Headbutt by a sheep!" as other viewers gushed over their difficult yet "idyllic lifestyle" on the farm.
It comes after Amanda and her husband Clive put on a united front as they posed alongside their nine children.
The couple were recently forced to defend their 21 year relationship amid marriage struggles, but Amanda put the drama behind her to celebrate her book – The Yorkshire Shepherdess – reaching number three in the best sellers list.
Amanda and Clive are parents to Raven, 20, Reuben, 18, Miles, 15, Edith, 13, Violet, 11, Sidney, nine, Anna, seven, Clemmy, six, and five-year-old Nancy.
The happy news comes after the couple released a joint statement admitting they “never said their marriage was perfect” after it emerged they hadn’t been living together.
They said: "With the TV show and the books we've always aimed to show the reality of life on the farm, and just like any marriage we have our stresses and strains, coupled with all the complexities of what we do on the farm and bringing up nine kids.
"We're a normal family and we've never said our marriage is perfect.
"Unfortunately the constant intrusion into our lives from the media has amplified a rocky patch that we're going through.
"We ask that the media respect our privacy as we work through this."
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