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Elizabeth Hurley Lost One Of Her Sheep, Epic Chase Ensued

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We’ve told you about Elizabeth Hurley‘s farm in Gloucestershire, England, and her love of shearing the sheep she keeps there, but it seems that those sheep are starting to fight back, as one managed to escape from her farm over the weekend.

The 45-year-old actress was enjoying a typical day with her young son, Damian, and even tweeted about their adventures. “Just finished my new lego-not such a butch one this time. A Barbie house & I couldn’t have enjoyed it more. My son looked on with disdain,” she wrote. “To make it up to him we had a nerf gun battle. I had the machine gun and he had the semi automatic. Tee hee, I won.”

Then it appears that their mother-son bonding was interrupted by the activities on the farm. “We’ve also chased escapee sheep,” she tweeted, “nursed a sick piglet and made pancakes.”

Hurley isn’t the only celeb who has taken to farm living, and the actress has admitted to keeping pigs, sheep, dogs, cows, and a parrot named ‘Ping Pong’ at her home. Clearly an animal lover here, but we could do without the shearing!

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