A few scenes later, she’s back at Heartland ranch in Alberta awaiting a blissful family reunion. “This year, as part of the changes for my character, they wanted me to have beautiful nails and that’s something I have never ever had.But Paris has a way of putting some glamour in a girl’s gait, and she struggles to adjust to life back at home. For my wedding, I didn’t even paint my nails or even carve the dirt out from underneath them,” she says.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.She slicks on some lipstick, brushes her cheeks with rouge, affixes an earring and descends a staircase, Mae West style, in a slinky white dress. w=1024&h=683 1024w" sizes="(max-width: 680px) 100vw, 680px" / But adjusting to Amy’s new grooming habits this season has been a learning curve for the London, Ont., native — and her fans are quick to notice.Growing up in London, Ontario she trained with The Original Kids Theatre Company and attended L. Amber was honoured with the inaugural Canada's Screen Star Award - voted by fans - at the 2013 Canadian Screen Awards and in the past was nominated for the Los Angeles based ' Young Artist Award,' for her work as the title character in The Elizabeth Smart Story.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.
These include horses, cattle, dogs, cats, rabbits and chickens.cast and crew - gathered at the couple's ranch near High River, Alberta, for a romantic ceremony and reception.Fittingly - given that the animal lovers first met at a horse show - their loyal steeds played a starring role in the day.She has been riding since a very young age and says that the two things she loves the most - acting and horses - have come together to create this dream role of Amy on the Heartland series.Ever since Heartland's premiere seven years ago, Amber fit right into the lifestyle of the west.