Our Yorkshire Farm fans all have the same question about Amanda Owen's latest picture | The Sun

OUR Yorkshire Farm fans have all been asking Amanda Owen's the same question after the latest pictures she posted online.

Amanda, 48, is best known for her and her family's appearance on Channel 5 documentary Our Yorkshire Farm.

The farmer, who goes by the nickname 'Yorkshire Shepherdess' regularly posts pictures of her working on the farm for fans.

But her latest post has people talking and asking the same question.

The mother-of-nine posted beautiful snaps of her daughter picking sloe berries against the backdrop of a sunset sky.

Replying to the snaps, fans asked the TV star if she was going to use the freshly picked berries for gin.

You can use sloe's to make a traditional sloe gin, with red liqueur.

"Lovely crop I hope you are making some gin with your Sloes," said one fan to Amanda.

Another said: "Yes I was doing the exact same thing – collecting sloe berries last week – do you use yours for slow gin?"

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"You cant beat home made Christmas cake and Sloe gin with Wensleydale Cheese on Christmas day. Just picked mine for this year," said another fan.

"Ooo !!!! you making Gin Count me in," another asked.

Amanda's stunning snaps was part of her own unique tribute to Her Majesty The Queen.

The monarch died "peacefully" last Thursday at Balmoral Castle, Buckingham Palace announced.

Over on Instagram, Amanda had shared images of a spectacular sunrise which was also in honour of The Queen.

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