Amanda Owen of Our Yorkshire Farm confesses that marrying her husband Clive was a “steep learning curve.”

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Amanda Owen of Our Yorkshire Farm confesses that marrying her husband Clive was a “steep learning curve.”

AMANDA OWEN has said that marrying Clive Owen was a “steep learning curve” for her.

Amanda Owen of Yorkshire Farm was a guest on James Martin’s Saturday Morning earlier today, when she discussed her marriage. The shepherdess talked about how marrying Clive Owen was a “steep learning curve” for her because she wasn’t acclimated to farm life.

When Amanda revealed their first meeting, James was inquiring about how they met.

“I was milking cows over in Cumbria and I was dispatched on a mission to go and go and borrow a tup,” she claimed on the ITV show this morning.

Amanda then mocked James about how, being a Yorkshireman, he would know what a tup is.

“It’s a ram,” the shepherdess continued.”

“I went to get a male sheep and met Clive, and that’s how it all started,” she explained.

“However, it must have been a steep learning curve because I ended up marrying a man who will give me with half a bullock as a gift at Ravenseat.”

“So you have to go from zero to hero in a hurry.”

On her show, Amanda has already discussed how she met Clive back in 1996.

She was a trainee shepherdess at the time, and she had been dispatched to his Ravenseat Farm to borrow a male sheep.

She stated in an episode of Our Yorkshire Farm that the couple didn’t fall in love at first sight.

She stated, ” “It was a slow process, but we eventually came to know each other.

“First we made friends, then we went out for a short time together.”

“We were kind of peas in a pod really, but we didn’t know it at the time,” she remarked, referring to their non-farming origins.

In the episode, Clive added: “I do recall a six-foot-plus woman knocking on the door.

“I was completely enamored with her. It’s impossible for you not to be.” Amanda spoke on James Martin’s show to promote The Yorkshire Shepherdess, her new book.

The new book includes photographs from the farm as well as recipes that she uses on a regular basis.

She took to social media to express her delight at meeting James, writing that it was a “treat” to talk to him.

“What a treat to be invited onto @jamesmartinchef Saturday Morning show on @ITV,” the shepherdess wrote.

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