Our Yorkshire Farm’s Amanda Owen in a ‘ruinous state’ before trip back to her ‘roots’

Amanda Owen helps out struggling lamb on her farm

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Our Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen, 46, has revealed that she’s in a “ruinous state”, after tending to her flock of sheep on her holding in the Yorkshire Dales. The shepherdess spoke out as she went back to her “roots” to appear on Channel 4’s Steph’s Packed Lunch, with hands that had been stained by iodine despite her best efforts at scrubbing them clean.

Tidied up but hands are in a ruinous state

Amanda Owen

Addressing her 276,000 Instagram followers, Amanda teased them with the news of her impending TV appearance.

Alongside a picture of herself tending to a sheep, she captioned the picture: “Back to my roots today.

“From the very top of the Yorkshire Dales back to Leeds to be on @packedlunchc4.”

She ended the post by admitting that despite having cleaned up, her iodine stained hands were in a “ruinous state”.

“*Tidied up but hands are in a ruinous state (shredded tights) & iodine stains deemed immovable*” she added.

The TV favourite is from Huddersfield, 20 miles outside of Leeds, but lives on remote farm, Ravenseat in Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales.

She also included a stunning snap of a sunset from the “very top” in her Instagram post.

Wanting to give her fans a sneak peak of what to expect on Steph’s Packed Lunch, the mother-of-nine also featured a glamorous selfie in the picture carousel.

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