Our Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen sparks concern after her youngest daughter suffers accident

OUR Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen has revealed her youngest daughter Nancy suffered a Christmas Day mishap.

She revealed that the youngster, four, had swallowed a biro – explaining that she was left "spitting ink".

The family have nine children, who are familiar to Channel 5 viewers and Amanda's many social media followers.

Posting an update to fans on Christmas Day she opened up about the mishaps that had taken place at 10am.

She wrote on Twitter: "The usual. Skidsteer won’t start 🚜 Reubs dismantling carburettor in kitchen 🔧.

"Sid abandoned on loft as he knocked ladder away with straw bale 🪜Clem, Annas & Tony 🐴 are sharing mineral lick (for Tony) in living room & Nancy’s swallowed a biro 🖊."

She added: "*She’s fine; just spitting ink* 🤮."

One fan asked: "A biro? That’s scary! Did she bite it or something?! Hopefully she’s still okay bless her."

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Another wrote: "I hope Nancy is alright. Sounds eventful but fun" while a third, referring to her husband, said: "Hope you and Clive are sitting down to a well-deserved enjoyable glass of wine or two."

The couple share children Raven, 20, Reuben, 18, Miles, 15, Edith, 12, Violet, 10, Sidney, nine, Annas, seven, Clemmy, six, and Nancy, four.

They are well known for the popular reality farming show Our Yorkshire Farm, which began in 2018.

It shows them taking on the often gruelling tasks involved in running Ravenseat Farm, in North Yorkshire.

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