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Our Yorkshire Farm shepherdess Amanda Owen sent her fans wild as she showed off her toned figure to her Twitter followers as she shared a stunning snap on the social media site.
Amanda, 47, flaunted her toned physique as she shared snaps of herself completing her farming duties with her daughters.
The Channel 5 star told her fans that she was tending to the sheep with her daughter Clemmie, striking a pose as she got the jobs done.
In one photo, Amanda was seen wearing a black figure-hugging top with matching leggings as she smiled up at the camera for a selfie.
Letting her brown hair fall around her shoulders, Amanda showed off her natural beauty as she smiled for the camera after ditching her make-up for the hard work.
Amanda was quickly inundated with compliments from her stunned followers as she showed off her washboard stomach and toned physique.
As she captioned the pictures: "Sorting up more woollen wanderers with added bonus of a Clemmy’s wall top wisecracks."," fans quickly rushed to tell the shepherdesses how beautiful she was.
One posted: "You look incredible."
Another added: "Great picture Amanda."
A third chipped in: "Amanda you look beautiful."
Meanwhile, Amanda recently revealed why she and her large family were "laying low" after they all fell ill.
Sharing a short clip of her daughter Nancy skipping through a field, she wrote: "Making great strides. *We’re fine but a few of us have been laid low with a dose of the [virus emoji]* #yorkshire #ill #recovery #COVID."
However, she did not reveal which of her family members had fallen ill with the virus in the post.
She was quickly sent messages from her fans to wish a speedy recovery, as one said: "Oh dear I hope the worst of the dreaded has passed, look after each other."
Another said: "Wishing you all a very speedy recovery from coronavirus."
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