Amy Roloff Shares a Meaningful Easter Message for LPBW Fans
Amy Roloff celebrated Easter with nothing but positive attitude. The reality star took to Instagram to share a short but meaningful message with her fans on social media.
The TLC show “Little People, Big World” star posted a beautiful picture of an Easter Lily with the sweetest message on her Instagram account.
“Christ the Lord is Risen Today... Allelujah. Happy Easter,” she wrote.
It is good to see that she celebrated the festival in high spirits, especially since she went through a painful divorce with husband Matt Roloff.
The reality couple split after almost 30 years of marriage. They share four kids, Zachary, Jacob, Jeremy, and Molly Roloff.
“Ron and Beth are real good friends. They’ve known each other for several years but they actually started dating just a few months before we did,” Chris explained. “They’re trying to figure out what the future looks like. They’ve discussed marriage and living together, and they’re at that point where they’re trying to work that out.”
Chris jokingly revealed how he almost “lost his finger” from lack of circulation due to his wedding ring from a previous marriage.
Amy shared how she didn’t know how it was like to be in a relationship until Chris came along.
“I met Matt at a conference. I saw him four times, [then] we were married,” she says. “So dating Chris, I’m calling up my girlfriends and I’m like, ‘What is dating?! I don’t even know what the hell that is.’“
When Ron asked Chris about his take on marriage, he wrapped his arms around Amy before sharing his thoughts.
“I’ve seen a lot of failed marriages, a lot of divorces, in my family. All my siblings, my mother,” he says. “I mean, I saw a lot of examples of people that loved each other but could not live with each other. But I’m certainly not against marriage — I never thought I’d be this age and still single.”
Amy said how she was glad to see that her partner is not against marriage. Chris lovingly said he was enjoying their journey together, hinting at the possibility that the couple might get hitched in the future.