Who is Our Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen's rumoured new partner?

Amanda Owen has been making headlines recently with rumours that she has moved on from her ex-husband Clive and is reportedly in a new relationship.

The mum-of-nine announced last year that she and her husband of 22 years had decided to go their separate ways. So, who is her new partner? Find out all we know about their rumoured romance here…

Amanda, 48, is thought to be dating web designer Robert Davies, 71. It has been reported that the pair have known each other for several years and that Amanda and Clive hired Robert to launch a website to promote the shepherdess' work after she found fame thanks to Channel 5's documentary programme Our Yorkshire Farm.

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Amanda and Clive issued a statement announcing their split in June 2022. Opening up about the decision in an interview with the MailOnline, she said: "There was nobody involved in the break-up with Clive and I don't understand why this is being suggested.

Amanda and Clive Owen
Amanda and Clive Owen

"I'm just getting on with my life as an independent woman, looking after the kids and my sheep."

The shepherdess continued: "We are co-parenting and the whole family is very happy… I was just with Clive this morning… There's absolutely no problem between us.

"It's been a very amicable split and we continue to work together. Everybody in the family is happy with the way things have turned out."

The TV star admitted that the separation had been "tough" in an interview with the Radio Times, but added she had to "just get on with it".

Amanda Owen at Ravenseat Farm in North Yorkshire
Amanda Owen at Ravenseat Farm in North Yorkshire

"Look, there are two simple facts: if he thought I was brilliant, and I thought he was brilliant, then we wouldn't have separated. It's a fact, isn't it?" she explained.

"But, you know what, that’s not unique, it’s just how things are, pressures, all the rest of it."