Amanda Owen of Our Yorkshire Farm, described as “unbearable to touch,” has sparked worry amid fears of “fracture.”


Amanda Owen of Our Yorkshire Farm, described as “unbearable to touch,” has sparked worry amid fears of “fracture.”

Amanda Owen, a shepherdess at OUR YORKSHIRE FARM, has spoken out about her anxieties after suffering a “fracture.”

Amanda Owen, the star of Our Yorkshire Farm, was recently head-butted in the face by a sheep, resulting in a horrific injury. The shepherdess has since caused more alarm after she resorted to Twitter to respond to a fan.

Following an altercation on her farm last week, the 46-year-old received a black eye.

The Channel 5 personality took to Twitter to respond to a fan who stated that her eye was still “sore.”

It comes as the Yorkshire shepherdess continues to share footage of herself and her family on social media, despite her eye impairment.

“That bruise looks sore,” the individual in question said. Amanda took the opportunity to respond, confessing that her eye was still quite painful and that she worried she had fractured a bone.

“Awww gosh I can’t tell you how awful it was,” she said, referring to her 173,000 followers.

The Yorkshire Farm star added an emoji with a bandage wrapped around its head, saying, “Did wonder whether I’d fractured anything, painful to touch.”

The mother-of-nine also posted a video to Instagram while on her farm, which clearly revealed the bruises around her eye.

“On the gather, we’re out in force. In light of her 382,000 followers, Amanda wrote, “There are some wily old yows out there, but we will ultimately catch up with all of them.”

Fans flocked to the comment section in droves, with one writing: “Oh your eye still looks painful. “I hope you get better soon,” one person said. “What happened to your eye?” another inquired. I hope you’re feeling better soon.” Piers Morgan slams Carol, saying she has “nothing to do” but “persecutes royals.” [LATEST] Ruth Langsford’s husband Eamonn Holmes dancing with crutch amid ordeal[VIDEO] Alex Jones “in tears” as BBC host marks family milestone[INSIGHT] While a third added, “Your eye looks very sore.”

The shepherdess announced on social media that she will be launching a new book in October.

She described her current endeavour as a “labor of love,” although she said that putting together a book of breathtaking images was “very difficult.”

“A picture perfect place,” Amanda wrote. It’s typically me, or occasionally the kids, behind the camera.

“It’s been tremendously tough to.” Brinkwire Summary News. “A back catalogue of 100 thousand images has made it incredibly difficult to.”


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