Our Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen welcomes new arrival at Ravenseat as daughter Clemmie 'plays nursemaid' | The Sun

OUR Yorkshire Farm’s Amanda Owen has shared a photo of the newest arrival on her farm, wowing fans with the big news.

The reality TV star uploaded a picture of a mother cow and her newborn calf with the caption "Ciara and Shakira".

Daughter Clemmie was seen in another photo watching over the calf and the mum.

The Yorkshire Shepherdess shared the snaps with her 209k Twitter followers.

Fans were quick to congratulate the Owen's on their new arrival and praised Clemmie for doing her "nursemaid duties".

One wrote: "Aww well done Ciara and baby Shakira."

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Another wrote: " Huge congratulations!! this is great news."

A third commented: "Aww she's here! Another beautiful girl with a fabulous name to add to the family. I see Clemmie is doing her nursemaid duties (can you please tell her to stop growing)."

A fourth commented: "Congratulations! Well done mummy Ciara you have a beautiful baby."

A fifth commented: "She's a little baby, I see Clemmie is keeping a watchful eye on them both."

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The news of the arrivals comes after it was announced that Amanda and her family have bagged themselves a new show with Channel 5 – Amanda Owen's Extraordinary Farming Lives.

Amanda will visit farms around the country that have had to adapt to modern ways of farming and investigate how they balance tradition with innovation.

The star will cover the impacts of the pandemic and different challenges that the farms have had to deal with in order to make ends meet.

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