AMANDA Owens confirmed a new season of Our Yorkshire Farm is only a few months away.
Amanda, 47, revealed the Channel 5 show which follows her family's life on their Ravenseat farm in Yorkshire will be back on air "in the autumn".
The shepherdess lives on the farm with her husband Clive, 67, and their nine children, who all feature on the popular series.
But it was dramatically pulled off air earlier this year by Channel 5, who put the Anne Boleyn drama series in its place instead of the show's finale.
Amanda has now allayed fans' fears, confirming the show will be back soon.
"There is a new series coming. It will be in the autumn. I don't know exactly when as I am the last person to know," she told Yorkshire Live.
"I do know that those episodes are done and there is more filming going on at Ravenseat."
Amanda's confirmation comes after she revealed the mind-blowing side effect of having nine children.
Her many labours have included giving birth in her car on the way to the hospital and welcoming one of her children by herself with the dog as a birthing partner.
However, one thing remains the same throughout all of her pregnancies; she doesn't have contractions.
Writing in her new book, The Yorkshire Shepherdess, Amanda said: "I just don't have contractions.
"The only way I know that I am in labour is because I start feeling a bit off, grotty, queasy, not quite right."
She added: "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 previously revealed all about giving birth alone during an interview on This Morning.
She said: "I put the kettle on, stoked up the fire and basically had her in front of the fire with just a terrier as a birthing partner, which is perfect."
She added that Clive wasn't too fussed about being at the birth as he had already been present for the previous seven labours.
She said: "The point of the matter is he had been at seven births previously and we spend our whole lives dealing with birthing things, so it wasn’t exactly something that I was particularly bothered about.
"I did it myself and I’m very happy and pleased that I did."
Our Yorkshire Farm airs on Channel 5.
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