Zach Roloff has opened up about his unpleasant reaction to his mother's news about her engagement.
Barely a month after his less-than-desirable reaction to his mother's news of her engagement, Zach Roloff has opened up about why he reacted that way.
Amy Roloff at Hollywood Today studio on December 13, 2016 in Hollywood, California | Photo: Getty Images
According to People, during a recent episode of "Little People, Big World" his mom, Amy revealed to him and his wife, Tori Roloff, that her boyfriend Chris Marek had popped the question on their third anniversary. Before she told the couple she was engaged, the 55-year-old stated:
"Besides a house and all that other stuff happening in my life, there's other news I gotta tell you about."
While the news elicited a burst of joy from Tori, it did nothing for Zach who maintained a stony wall of silence. When Tori noticed that her husband was yet to say a word about his mother's engagement news, she asked him if he was okay.
"Little People, Big World" fans have adapted to the new plan, and they cannot wait to see the mother-of-four walk down the aisle in 2021.
During a confessional, Zach revealed that he had previously asked his parents to keep news regarding their relationships away from the cameras. E! News noted that the reality TV star made it known that:
"If that relationship goes anywhere else beyond what it is right now, I don't want to be surprised by any news of those relationships on camera."
The reality star stated that the occurrence surprised her as she didn't think that she would ever walk down the aisle again.
A nervous Chris had popped the question a day after his woman's birthday at the restaurant where the couple has patronized since their first anniversary. Despite their excitement, Amy has made it clear that she and Chris would not be getting married until 2021.
While pointing out that she wanted to experience having a wedding and reception with her man, Amy added that the reason for their decision has something to do with how busy she is.
Amy's calendar is reportedly filled with getting settled in and attending to projects that have to do with her new house. "Little People, Big World" fans have adapted to the new plan, and they cannot wait to see the mother-of-four walk down the aisle in 2021.