'LPBW' Amy Roloff flies to hometown to surprise mother on her 86th birthday
Amy Roloff flew to her native Michigan to celebrate her mother's birthday.
Amy Roloff took to her Instagram account to share some photos in which she revealed that she had been to Michigan to surprise her mom for her 86th birthday.
The "Little People, Big World" star has shown the world that she is a loving and dedicated daughter.
A SURPRISE FOR HER MOM
The photos showed Amy on the plane, visibly excited, and sporting a huge smile.
Another photo showed the tiny reality star bundled up against the cold, and standing in the snow.
Roloff went to Michigan without boyfriend of 2 years Chris Marek.
ANOTHER SURPRISE FOR DAD
Back in the summer of 2018, Amy and her children flew to Michigan for another surprise birthday party. That one was for her father who was turning 90. The birthday celebration coincided with her father-in-law's who was turning 80.
A TRIP WITHOUT HER SWEETHEART
Roloff went to Michigan without boyfriend of 2 years Chris Marek. Fans who have been rooting for an engagement were disappointed that Marek passed up a golden opportunity to meet the in-laws.
A WEDDING IN THE CARDS?
A rumor started in December 2018 that Amy and Marek had tied the knot in secret.
The speculation started when the reality star posted a photo of the loved-up couple sitting on the porch of the chapel on the Roloff farm.
This is the same chapel where Jeremy and Audrey Roloff got married in 2014, and eager fans immediately presumed the couple was making an announcement.
Amy denied the marriage had taken place, but followers keep hoping it will be soon.
AMY ROLOFF - A REALITY TV SUCCESS STORY
"Little People, Big World" star Amy Roloff is doing extremely well for herself.
Amy has turned her work on reality TV into big money, and she is estimated to be worth over $4.5 million.
For every episode of "LPBW" the family gets 10% of the production costs, and with 278 episodes and counting, the money just piles up.
That is not counting with Amy's other activities, including her "Little Kitchen" which sells specialty bread to order - such as Zucchini bread and Pumpkin bread - and has proved to be a runaway success.
In a related story, Tori Roloff opens up about how her husband Zack's dwarfism affects their marriage.