We won’t know the real cause until the couple would self-disclose about it. Family and friends including many members of the cast and crew were invited to their wedding near High River, Alberta a romantic place for ceremony and reception. that she couldn't have imagined marrying anywhere else but High River, where the show is also filmed, and her cherished ranch was the obvious venue.
The couple who met at a horse show is the animal lovers and even their wedding ceremony was held at a ranch. Amber said her favorite to the occasion was arriving on horseback to meet her groom.
"We were our own wedding planners, and it wasn't stressful for me," says the native of London, Ontario.
With supportive loved ones willing to pitch in, the big day was filled with personal touches, like the altar, which was hand-crafted by Shawn himself.
Marshall often keeps her personal life away from media.
She has hidden her planning about baby behind a thick covering. Marshall and her husband, photographer Shawn turner married in 2013.
We don’t think this career oriented lady does have any children as there is no any news about Amber and her three years long husband having a baby.
She has also had roles in other television productions such as Super Rupert, Dark Oracle, Doc and a TV Movie with Rob Lowe titled The Christmas Shoes.
Wanting to be a veterinarian from a young age, Amber began her work at fourteen in a local vet clinic near her parents house.
“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.