‘When there are floods,’ says the narrator. Amanda Owen is overcome with emotion as she reveals that filming Our Yorkshire Farm was a difficult task.

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AMANDA OWEN has admitted that filming the latest episode of Our Yorkshire Farm was “a tough ask” for her and the Owens, as she opened up on the emotional impact of working on the Channel 5 show.

Amanda Owen, 47, took to Twitter ahead of the latest episode of her Channel 5 show, Our Yorkshire Farm, this evening to admit that she’ll “feel quite emotional” while reflecting on the “tough” filming process.

The Yorkshire Shepherdess shared a video of water tumbling down the hills of Ravenseat in a waterfall.

The mum-of-nine captioned the clip: “In floods,” before opening up on her inevitably tearful state.

She went on to reveal that filming the episode was “a tough ask” for herself and her family due to the harsh wintry conditions on the farm at the time.

Amanda added: “*Actually think that I’ll feel quite emotional watching tonight’s opening episode of #ouryorkshirefarm as it was such a tough ask to make a programme during such difficult conditions*

“@channel5_tv 9pm #ouryorkshirefarm #yorkshire #tv #shepherdess #nervous.”

Fans rushed to the comments section of Amanda’s candid insight.

Janet McDowell penned: “We will all be watching it with you Amanda and hope knowing so many people love your family will make it easier to watch love to all the family can’t wait to see you all x.”

xfloral_jessx added: “I definitely will be emotional but just because I love your family so much.”

Sonia Stephenson commented: “I can remember seeing your photos on here and wondering how on Earth you coped with all that snow and the blizzards. Every respect to you and your wonderful family.”

Shellby71388084 replied: “I am really looking forward to watching it, it seems such a long time since series 4. That flood looks lethal.”

Terry Wright commented: “Good to have you back. Shows how tough it is for hill farmers particularly during the winter months.”

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