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Our Yorkshire Farm's breakout star Amanda Owen has revealed one surprising side effect of having nine children.
Thanks to her large brood with 67 year old husband Clive, Amanda, who recently defended wearing bodycon dresses and high heels in her glamorous snaps, says she "doesn't have contractions" during labour.
The 46 year old explained in her new book The Yorkshire Shepherdess: "The only way I know that I am in labour is because I start feeling a bit off, grotty, queasy, not quite right."
She gave further context, adding: "Because I spend my time calving cows and lambing sheep, it seemed to me that having a baby was going to be the most natural thing in the world.
"I am no earth mother, hippy type, but I am a great believer in nature."
Amanda has previously revealed that she once gave birth by herself with only her dog at her side, and on another occasion gave birth while in the car on the way to the hospital.
Despite her glam looks, Amanda recently insisted she's still 'all about the farm'.
Speaking to Simon Armitage on the next episode of BBC Radio 4 podcast The Poet Laureate Has Gone to His Shed, she said: "Anybody who wishes to say, 'Well you're not a shepherd anymore because you've got a pair of stilettos on and a bodycon dress'.
"I will say, 'Oh yes I am', because it's still all about the farm and all about the sheep at the end of the day."
Amanda has been thrust into the spotlight following the massive success of the show.
She confirmed to fans that the family were moving out of their gigantic farmhouse Ravenseat.
The family and their beautiful stone home have featured regularly in the Channel 5 reality series Our Yorkshire Farm.
However, they have decided it's time to buy their own after renting the farmhouse for years.
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