OUR Yorkshire Farm’s Amanda Owen has taken to social media to rant about a surprising discovery she found at home on Christmas Day.
Amanda took to Twitter to share her concerns in view of her 187,000 followers – and her fans quickly went into meltdown.
The 47-year-old penned: "After a year of intermittent lockdowns, isolations, a week cut off with no electricity, water and consuming peasant food cooked over an open fire, we have found the giant Toblerone that we got for Christmas last year.”
Amanda attached the words alongside a picture of the giant milk chocolate and almond nougat hidden inside a large clock.
Many social media users took to the comments to laugh at the discovery.
One fan said: "Fun fact. Best before are only a rough guide. Usually, if it looks ok and smells ok, it should taste fine."
Another person added: "Wow! Hope you can enjoy it now. How on earth did you all forget about it?
A third penned: “I bought one for Christmas and then, one desperate evening, ate it and had to buy my husband another one."
On the same day, Amanda left her fans concerned as she detailed an accident her daughter Nancy had on Christmas Day.
The shepherdess revealed that the four-year-old had, unfortunately, "swallowed a biro".
She revealed that the youngster had swallowed a pen – explaining that she was left "spitting ink".
Although Amanda was quick to clarify that her daughter was fine, many of her fans were quick to express their concerns for the youngster.
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Amanda shares nine children with her husband Clive, who are familiar to Channel 5 viewers.
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.
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