LPBW's Amy Roloff Reacts to Beau Chris Marek Bonding with Ex Matt

Amy Roloff on the last episode of "Little People, Big World" revealed what she thought about the time her ex-husband, Matt Roloff, spent bonding with her boyfriend, Chris Marek.

On Tuesday's episode of "Little People, Big World," Amy Roloff was thrown off when her ex-husband, Matt Roloff, and boyfriend, Chris Marek, said they were going off to bond.

Amy found out about the "Secret" meeting at the end of her son, Zach Roloff, and his wife, Tori's, housewarming party. The men informed the reality star that they were going to spend the day driving tractors and have some time alone.

The mother-of-four during her time in front of the camera said she was concerned that the men didn't know what to expect from each other, and Marek said he could cancel if it made her uncomfortable.

The reality star responded that she was not uneasy, but it struck her as odd. She revealed her primary concern was Matt, adding that he had a habit of keeping things in mind and surprising people.

Amy also said she would have loved to become invisible and accompany them to the tractor to listen in on the conversation. Marek, on his part, said the time he spent with Matt was to help the family and farm move forward, as things will work better if everyone got along with no bad feelings and awkward moments.

Matt said his ex's man is a likable person and he is happy the mother of his children found someone that makes her happy. The episode equally showed that the two men did not discuss the woman they have in common.

As happy as the father-of-four is for his ex, back in 2017, when she found out he was dating their farm manager and Matt's assistant, Caryn Chandler, the reality star was not too happy about it.

She said at the time that it hurt her that he would start dating someone that close to them, but Amy has since changed her opinion, and on Tuesday's episode, the television personality said the farm is big enough for everyone to get around and not bump into each other.

Amy is equally happy with her man, and she told "US Weekly" that she doesn't mind getting married again. Last year during their second anniversary, she said that she is looking forward to all the beautiful adventures and special moments they'll spend together, and to all the days ahead.