“She might not realize it at first, and might want to carry on with life as she knew it, yet everyone around her has grown and so has she.” Playing Amy for almost a decade — practical, outdoorsy, animal-focused — has been as comfortable for Marshall as slipping into a pair of faded Levi’s. w=680&h=453" alt="Amber Marshall " width="680" height="453" srcset=" I put one picture up (on social media) where you could see one part of my hand in the photo, and they all instantly started commenting, ‘Did you get your nails done? She began riding horses at a young age, and furry creatures always had a place in her family home. I did everything with Tal — I took him to the agility and obedience courses.
In real life, the 26-year-old is a former veterinary assistant who lives on a ranch outside Calgary with her husband, photographer Shawn Turner, and assorted four-legged friends. That was my first responsibility.” After training at an arts school, Marshall starred in a TV movie about the 2002 abduction of Elizabeth Smart. w=1024&h=683 1024w" sizes="(max-width: 680px) 100vw, 680px" / At home, Marshall’s menagerie of farm animals sandwich her days and she finds solace in the cacophony of critters.
Heartland fans, it seems, are forever chasing Amy Fleming.
They follow her — or rather, the actress who plays her, Amber Marshall — to the Calgary Stampede, on TV as she hosts the Canadian Country Music Association Awards and even online (Marshall’s official Twitter account now has 35,500 followers).
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As the CBC family drama opens, Amy is in full-on bombshell mode in Paris, there to work the World Equestrian Games with Prince Ahmed.
"The altar was the most beautiful memento of our day," says Amber.
It also set the stage for her favourite part of the occasion - arriving on horseback to meet her groom. "I thought I'd be more nervous but it was a lot of fun." Following their first kiss as husband and wife, the bride and groom saddled up and galloped away - if not quite into the sunset, at least toward the reception. " CLICK THE IMAGE FOR THE GALLERY: Kicking up their heels as husband and wife That evening, under big white tends, guests sat down to toast the newlyweds.
Wearing a strapless gown by Private Label by G and carrying a lilac bouquet arranged by her grandmother, Amber made a stunning entrance on her horse, Hawk, riding sidesaddle as her father - who only learned to work with the horse moments before the ceremony - held the reigns. "The applause made the horses a little nervous," recalls Amber. After tucking into a meal prepared by the same caterers who work on , Amber's off- and on-set families mingled.
Saying "I do" at the altar Shawn built The television actress is used to being in the spotlight, but exchanging vows with her groom in front of 150 of their loved ones presented an entirely new thrill. Having co-workers like Michelle Morgan and Chris Potter there was especially meaningful to Amber because in the six years that the show has aired, they've become family to her as well.