Amy Roloff shares sweet photo with her boyfriend and it sparks engagement rumors
A new romantic photo shoot by Amy Roloff and Chris Marek is causing fans of Little People, Big World to speculate that the couple may have been secretly engaged.
In the images of a photo shoot that Roloff clarified that had been taken last fall, the couple appears seated in the steps of the entrance of a small chapel in Roloff Farms, looking at each other in the eyes.
"Well here’s a glimpse - a little photo shoot I wanted to do and did with Chris this past Fall. We had a blast!” she subtitled the photo, adding the hashtags #aftertwoyears, #photoshootamyandchris, #amyssecondactcontinues, and #sharingamoment.
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It is possible that due to the romantic nature of the photo shoot, or perhaps the fact that the chapel from which the photos were taken was the same one in which Audrey and Jeremy Roloff were married in 2014, now the followers of the couple thought that both had engaged, or at least were planning to do so.
"No (two people) make 'just a photo session' in front of an old church (which is adorable) just for the fun of it," commented one fan. "I think there could be a commitment that she keeps private."
"You're engaged, are not you ?! ??? !!" another follower commented in the gallery.
"I hear wedding bells!" a third added.
It is worth remembering that the couple celebrated their two year anniversary in September after starting dating in 2016, after the termination of Amy's divorce from ex-husband Matt Roloff.
Of course, this is not the first time that Roloff fans jump to conclusions and speculate the couple might have gotten secretly engaged.
Back in August, after Amy posted a nice photo of a meeting with certain friends that she attended with Chris, some fans sparked the rumor that the couple has engaged in marriage due to a ring they noticed in the hand of the matriarch of the Roloff family.
However, the fans were wrong again in their quick conclusions. Amy and Chris are very happy and enjoying all they can from their courtship but there are still no real signs that they are thinking of getting married soon.
Meanwhile, the Roloff patriarch took to social media last week to share his latest "big exciting project:" building a new home.
The 57-year-old shared an Instagram video of himself and a few members of a work crew clearing out a recently-purchased piece of property so that they could start to build fresh on it.