Amanda Owen of Our Yorkshire Farm admits to having “panic attacks” due to family issues.

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Amanda Owen of Our Yorkshire Farm admits to having “panic attacks” due to family issues.

Amanda Owen, star of OUR YORKSHIRE FARM, has revealed that she has been dealing with “problems and concerns” at Ravenseat in recent months, which have resulted in “panic attacks.”

Amanda Owen, 46, has spoken openly about the difficulties she faced on her farm during the coronavirus outbreak. “There’s been a feeling in the air that things aren’t right” at Ravenseat, where she lives with her husband Clive Owen and their nine children, according to the star of Our Yorkshire Farm.

During multiple nationwide lockdowns, the actress confessed she had “panic attacks” over ensuring her huge family had enough food to eat.

The Yorkshire shepherdess, on the other hand, tried to see the bright side of the difficult circumstance, stating that she has appreciated the opportunity to spend more quality time with her family.

In an interview with Welcome To Yorkshire, Amanda described the “tough and pleasant elements” of lockdown, saying: “This year has been a really odd year, of course, with lockdown.”

“I’ve missed the people coming back – even though we live remotely and, I suppose, as isolated as it gets, it really seemed… there’s been a feeling in the air that things aren’t right,” she said. “During lambing season, everything continued as normal because your focus is entirely on the sheep.”

The star revealed that the family’s business suffered as a result of the lack of tourists and visitors to the farm.

“However, after we got past lambing season and into May, that’s generally when the tourists, the visitors, come back, and they didn’t this year,” she explained.

“So it presented its own set of problems and issues,” Amanda explained. “Of course, having nine children at home was one of the first ones, and how much they actually consumed – I’d be having a panic attack every time I heard the fridge door go.” Fortunately for Amanda, the family’s resilience meant that they were able to put food on the table.

“But we’ve gotten into the swing of things, and we’re combating all the typical things we’d be battling, like the elements, the rain, the sun, you name it,” Amanda continued.

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