Matt Roloff, Son Zach & Their Families Shared More Wonderful Pics from Their Disneyland Getaway

Rebelander Basilan
Feb 16, 2020
03:00 A.M.
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The "Little People, Big World" stars spent the weekend at Disneyland, and they took to their social media accounts to share photos from their trip.


In the photos he shared on Instagram, Matt Roloff can be seen enjoying at Disneyland with his girlfriend Caryn Chandler, son Zach and his wife Tori and two of his grandchildren, Jackson and Lilah.

Matt, who was born with Diastrophic dysplasia, a degenerative dwarfism that caused him to have fifteen operations as a child, captioned the adorable snaps, "Sometimes you can’t just pick one photo!"


Caryn also posted photos to her Instagram account and captioned "when life gives ya lemons ... take a trip to the" Happiest Place On Earth."

Meanwhile, Jackson and Lilah are super cute in the photo their father, Zach, shared on the popular photo and video-sharing social networking service.

Of course, Tori also made sure to share photos of Lilah's first Disneyland experience, as reported by Soap Dirt. Tori and Zach welcomed their second child on November 19, 2019.


Since March 2017, Matt has been in a relationship with Caryn. Their romance keeps on going to the next level with their affection getting stronger and stronger by the day. 

Clearly, the couple deeply cares about each other and seem to be devoted to making things work. Before they started dating, Caryn worked as the farm manager at Roloff Farms.

In 2018, Amy opened up about her divorce to one of her fans.


Matt was previously married to Amy Roloff. The two, who got married in September 1987, ended their relationship in March 2014. Two years later, their divorce was finalized.

The Roloff family matriarch is currently giving love another chance with his boyfriend, Chris Marek. The pair got engaged last year, as reported by Good House Keeping. 

Matt and Amy Roloff at the Frederick P. Rose Hall on April 23, 2008 in New York City. | Photo: Getty Images


"I was so surprised when Chris asked me to marry him. I said YES. I couldn't be happier and so looking forward to this new part of our life journey together," Amy announced on Instagram at the time.

According to PEOPLE, Chris popped the big question one day after Amy's 55th birthday. The sweet moment occurred at one of their preferred restaurants.


In 2018, Amy opened up about her divorce to one of her fans. She said that facing the hardship made her stronger and that she dealt with it much better than expected. She is likewise cheerful at this phase of her life.

The Roloff family shot to fame when they were picked to star in the hit American reality series, "Little People, Big World." The show premiered on March 4, 2006.