The Yorkshire Shepherdess break up from husband of twenty-two years Clive Owen in 2022 after having 9 kids collectively and changing into TV stars with Channel 5’s Our Yorkshire Farm.
She was the stand-out star of the documentary collection about life at Ravenseat Farm and the tough climate circumstances she battled, typically together with her babies in tow.
However Owen has informed Mail Online that the tip of her marriage had nothing to do with anybody else and that she is quietly getting on with “taking care of the children and my sheep”.
She mentioned: “I’m getting on with my life as an impartial lady, taking care of the children and my sheep. There was no one concerned within the break up with Clive and I don’t perceive why that is being recommended.”
Speaking about her frustration at media hypothesis concerning the break up, she added: “I’m not Meghan (Markle), I’m not a wallflower and I’m not over-sensitive, however numerous issues mentioned about me are being taken out of context. I’m residing a unbelievable life doing what I actually love.”
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Owen mentioned that household life was working easily since their break-up, revealing that they’re co-parenting their 9 kids and that “the entire household could be very comfortable”.
She continued that she typically sees her ex-husband as he nonetheless lives on the farm alongside her and mentioned: “There’s completely no drawback between us. It’s been a really amicable break up and we proceed to work collectively. Everyone within the household is proud of the best way issues have turned out.”
Earlier this week, Owen was a visitor on Lorraine the place she mentioned that their co-parenting relationship was “not a big story”.
She mentioned of nonetheless each residing on the farm: “That is what now we have to do. It is not an enormous story. There’s so many individuals in comparable conditions.
“It is that actuality. We discuss actuality tv, however that’s the actuality. All of us need to get on.
” what, there’s loads to do. There’s the land to handle, the animals to handle, clearly childcare, every thing else. We simply need to get on with it.”