Despite their decision to separate, the former couple stated they would continue to work and co-parent together.
Clarkson's battle to save Diddly Squat restaurant as councillors say he has gone to war with them
Speaking about Jeremy Clarkson, Local Conservative councillor Dean Temple said: 'I think he was after the confrontation because it would be good for his ratings'.The TV personality opened the farm restaurant in July last year, after the success of his TV series Clarkson's Farm, but has been forced to close it following complaints from 'jealous locals' who he branded the 'red trouser brigade'.
Amanda opened up about the end of her 22-year of marriage on ITV's Lorraine last month.
Speaking to presenter Christine Lampard, she explained that while it had been a "tough experience," the proud parents are focused on keeping things running on their farm.
Asked whether life carried on in terms of family and work, Amanda responded: "It does. That is reality. [...] It's really tough and it is a really difficult aspect of it to get across.
"But when you do reality it has to be just that. That means it covers the ups and downs and that can be on any level. So y'know life carries on on the farm," she continued.
Amanda added that there are a "whole raft of things to do" when it came to raising their nine children as well as looking after all the animals on their farm in North Yorkshire.
The reality TV star - who is known as the Yorkshire Shepherdess - concluded her and Clive's priority remains "to keep everything going".
Our Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen 'won't appear in new spin-off' after Clive split .
Amanda and Clive announced their split this year.The TV personality and ex-husband Clive Owen found fame on the hit reality show, which follows them and their family navigating life at Ravensear, near Richmond in North Yorkshire.