Our Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen, 46, has detailed her ascent to stardom, which came from a chance meeting on her Yorkshire farm, Ravenseat. The mum-of-four revealed that after sharing cups of tea with walkers who passed by the farm, she met "amazing, bright intellectuals from all over the world," including TV presenter Julia Bradbury and soon became good friends.
All I really want is for my children to be happy and my animals to be happy
The traditional Yorkshire Dales farm is located in the middle of the famous, coast to coast, Alfred Wainwright walk.
As a result, nearly 20,000 walkers pass the famous farm each year and it was after chatting to a hiker that Amanda started her ascent to fame.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Following on from chance meetings on her land, Amanda ended up filming with Julia before securing multiple book deals with Macmillian.
Despite her bestselling author status, the star said she feels "guilty" for thinking of herself as a writer.
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Amanda Owen has detailed her ascent to fame (Image: Channel 5/ Instagram)
Amanda Owen owns Ravenseat farm in the Yorkshire Dales (Image: Instagram)
Speaking to Town and Country magazine, she said: "It is what it is, I suppose.
"All I really want is for my children to be happy and my animals to be happy. Anything else is a bonus. I’m just doing my thing."
After releasing her first book The Yorkshire Shepherdess in 2014, she promptly penned A Year in the Life of the Yorkshire Shepherdess which was released in 2016 and three years later Adventures of the Yorkshire Shepherdess.
Her fourth book Tales From The Farm was released earlier this year.
Amanda Owen runs her working farm and brings up her nine children (Image: