Little People Big World matriarch star Amy Roloff is flying high in love with her husband, Chris. The two share a fantastic bond. It seems Amy is having a beautiful relationship with Chris, unlike Matt, with whom she did not move at a smooth pace.
The two were married for long 29 years but could not keep up with the marriage and decided to divorce in 2016. Amy shares four children with Matt, namely twins Zach and Jeremy, daughter Molly, and son Jacob.
Recently, Amy took wedding vows with her lover Chris. And as InTouchWeekly reported, greetings are still rushing through their doors as they finish the first month of their marriage. Paradoxical to happiness, Matt Roloff is facing a farm disaster. Let us know what’s going on with their lives.
Little People Big World: Amy Shares Post On Her First Month Wedding Anniversary, Overjoyed With Love!
Amy Roloff took to her Instagram handle on Tuesday, September 28. She shared a cute picture with her husband Chris and captioned it “married one month already.” This seems to show how the two are thanking each day of togetherness.
In the picture, the two held each other with love and had a smile of satisfaction. It feels like life gave Amy another amazing chance to start off with joy. The two met in 2017 and married this year on August 28 with almost 146 close relatives and friends.
Amy had dressed to the nines in her lacy white gown. Complimenting her, Chris was seen equally well dressed, putting on a nice black wedding suit. It is good to know that the two are going on the same path in life and are content with their relationship.
Matt Roloff Woke Up To Farm Disaster, Shares Pictures!
Meanwhile, on September 19, Matt Roloff took on his Instagram and shared a heartbreaking post for his fans. His farm got all jumbled up, and he faced quite some loss. Matt informed that just the night before the disaster, he had an excellent dinner time with Chris and Amy. This is good to know that the exes are still good friends and do not grudge against each other.
Before sleeping, he wished Amy and Molly jolly birthdays but woke up with a bad morning. Matt saw that his farm was shattered. Joking to the loss, he says, this was the first hello from the first winter storm. He informed that they lose one tent every year.
still are in touch. One top comment says, “ It’s great how you all come together & celebrate special days, setting aside your differences!! It’s very admirable!! Not many can do that!! You & Amy raised a great bunch of kids!! You both should be very proud!!! You’re very blessed!!Sorry about your tent!”
We hope that this neutral and sensible bond between Amy and Matt stays strong. We wish Amy and Chris all the good vibes for their years to come.