Amanda Owen of our Yorkshire Farm creates a stir in a skin-tight suit for a ‘freezing’ swim.


Amanda Owen of Our Yorkshire Farm creates a stir in a skin-tight suit for a “freezing” swim.

Amanda Owen of OUR YORKSHIRE FARM sparked a reaction from her fans with her latest update from the farm.

Amanda Owen shared a photo of a very snowy Ravenseat on Twitter earlier today.

The Our Yorkshire Farm star wore a skin-tight swimming wetsuit as she braved the cold water with her daughter Violet.

Amanda’s antics elicited a mixed response from her fans, who were divided on her brave move.

This morning, the Yorkshire Shepherdess shared four images with her 188,000 Instagram followers.

Her daughter was seen in the first two photos assessing the water, which was surrounded by ice.

She also posed with Violet in a sunrise selfie while wearing a swimming wetsuit.


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The pair waded into the water for the final snap.

“Preparation, steely determination, and then wades in,” she wrote alongside the photographs.

“(hashtag)yorkshire (hashtag)swim (hashtag)iceswim (hashtag)outdoorswimming (hashtag)freeze (hashtag)cold,” she concluded her tweet with the hashtags.

“Brrr you must be insane, beautiful though it looks, I’m sure the wet suits won’t keep you that warm,” said user BastockJill in response to her post.

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“It’s a good thing you brought a flask of hot chocolate!”

“You’re very brave,” said fan Kimnicolls16.

“Way to go, both of you, as that water appears to be quite icy.

By the way, those are some really nice photos.”

“Is that how you keep so young looking Amanda and well done to Violet,” @JanetMc31231375 wrote.

“My toes have turned to icicles just looking at the photos!” replied @clueless_nana.

“Way to go, but you’re both nuts.”

“Wow! You could build a small sauna hut at the edge of the tarn!” wrote @grandmar11143.

In a recent television appearance, Amanda discussed her fondness for cold water swimming.

She went into the waters in Snowdonia for Channel 5’s Winter at the Farm in December.

“I love swimming with my family in the wilds of Yorkshire,” she said, “but today I’m going to Snowdonia National Park.”

“They claim that the rush is better on colder days because the water clears the head, strengthens the immune system, and lowers blood pressure.”

“I feel achingly cold but alive,” she said after swimming.


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