Jacob Roloff's Wife Isabel Celebrates 24th Birthday with Selfie & Photo of the Ocean
Isabel Rock celebrated her birthday with a few cool pictures that got fans talking.
The “Little People, Big World” family has had all sorts of significant milestones in recent times, and Isabel Rock isn’t left out of the celebrations.
The photographer recently turned 24, and she took to Instagram to share a couple of pictures of how she celebrated it.
"...Jacob has a book titled “Out to See,” and it was his wife that did its cover art."
While the first image was a selfie of the celebrant with the mountain behind her, the second was the view of the beach which looked peaceful. The image, which she shared almost two days ago, was captioned:
“Welcome 24. Thank you for all the birthday wishes everyone!! Feeling so loved!”
Isabel’s birthday comes months after People announced that she had gotten married to her LPBW beau, Jacob Roloff.
The site reported that the event took place in September 2019 in a rustic, farmhouse ceremony, which included selected family and friends.
Jeremy Roloff and his pregnant wife, Audrey, had shared photos and videos from the wedding, which had been moved to the outdoors for a party under a canopy of twinkly lights.
While Jeremy had stated that he was happy for his brother and his new wife, Audrey shared a video of their 2-year-old daughter Ember Jean and 2-year-old nephew Jackson — son of Tori and Zach Roloff.
The adorable children were seen carrying signs that read “Just” and “Married” as the couple went out of the farmhouse for the first time as husband and wife.
As regards Isabel’s birthday, Jacob also took to Instagram to share an image of his wife as he claimed that she was a wonderful wife to him.
The former reality TV star also shared a picture of himself that he mentioned was shot by the celebrant.
Although fans loved the image, Jacob and his wife had gotten used to sharing their artistic works on Rock + Roloff website, per an InTouch Weekly report.
Although nobody can state how the couple met, some people claim that it was their love for the arts – her in the visual, and him in the written – that brought them together.