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Our Yorkshire Farm’s Amanda Owen finally addresses ‘tough’ split from hubby Clive
Our Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen has opened up on her “tough” split from husband Clive.The couple shared the news of their separation back in June, with the 48-year-old appearing on ITV’s Lorraine this week to chat about her experience.The Channel 5 farmer said life has to “carry on” with as many as 1,000 sheep and 40 cows to tend to, as well as her nine children. READ MORE: Our Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen accused of hogging limelight as fans rush to defence Christine Lampard, filling in for Lorraine Kelly, asked how dealing with such a public break-up went down, with Christine commenting: “Life has carried on as normal, certainly in terms of family and the farm.”Amanda said: “It does, that is the reality.“It's really tough and it's a really difficult aspect of it to get across, but when you do reality [TV], it has to be just that.”She added: “That means it covers the ups and downs and that can be on any level."So life carries on, on the farm, obviously there is a whole [range] of things to do."I have nine children, a whole heap of animals, and we are just working away the same as before because, at the end of the day, our priority remains to keep everything going."There you go, that's how it is, I felt it needed to be put out there."Amanda and Clive initially met back in 1997, when Amanda was just 21 and Clive was 42.For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here. Amanda had knocked on his door asking if she could borrow a ram as a trainee shepherdess.Amanda initially announced their separation back in June, posting a statement to her Instagram page which read: “Clive and I are sad to confirm that we have made the difficult decision to separate."This hasn't
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Piers Morgan's wife says she will be ready for a marriage sabbatical in the new year
Piers Morgan's wife Celia appeared on ITV's Lorraine, hosted by Christine Lampard, to discuss her "marriage sabbatical" from her husband.Christine welcomed Celia, who was in France, to the studio and the pair began discussing her decision after Christine noticed that she was "still on her own".The couple had decided to take a short break from each other and Celia admitted that they hadn't spoken to each other much, "only texted".READ MORE: Lorraine fans concerned for Darren Day as conversation turns to addictionChristine wondered who had been looking after their daughter, to which Celia told her that the mother and daughter had been spending time together throughout the break.Their daughter had spoken to Piers over video chat but had Celia maintained her distance.Fans took to Twitter to discuss the unusual move and had their own thoughts on the matter.One viewer tweeted that the whole thing sounded "very weird," while another wondered if they had problems in the bedroom.A brutal fan cheekily wrote: "Most of us would need a marriage sabbatical, a permanent one, if we were married to Piers Morgan."Christine told viewers that Celia had said the break "worked wonders for their relationship".Journalist Celia wrote a piece about their experience and told viewers about her findings.She said: "I described it in the piece as kind of like rebooting your computer. Sometimes, it's not that there's anything in particular that is wrong, just comes to a bit of a halt and you reboot it.
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Lorraine viewers distracted by Married At First Sight UK star's outfit on ITV show
Lorraine viewers were left distracted by one guest's outfit choice during the latest instalment of the ITV talk show.Host Christine Lampard, who is filling in for Lorraine Kelly, chatted to Married At First Sight UK star April and Chanita ahead of the series debut on Monday (August 29) night. The brides, who were both sporting their wedding rings, opened up about their big days and shared why they signed up for the E4 social experience.READ MORE: MAFS UK stars clash over brutal sex jibe as fans 'can't wait' for explosive rowHowever, Chanita's glam pink silk blouse got fans at home talking online.Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "Why's one of them turned up in her night gown?"Another added: "Is she wearing a dressing gown?"A third person posted: "Did she arrive at the studio late? Why was she in a satin robe."While a fourth social media said: "Why is that woman in her dressing gown?"Chanita, 29, is a social worker from Derby who has said she’s more than ready to meet her life partner.Before single life, Chanita was in a 10-year relationship but she’s now looking for love and says an essential quality in a partner is someone set on family life in a loving home.It's set to be a drama-filled series this year, and a huge new concept borrowed from the Australia version has been introduced that will see new "intruder" couples thrown in mid-way through the show which expert Mel Schilling says will "really throw a spanner in the works".She explained: "The new couples thrown in confronts the other couples and shakes up the social dynamic.