Now that autumn is officially here, the “Little People, Big World” star is back at the place where she made so many beautiful memories before moving on to a new chapter of her life.
56-year-old reality-TV personality Amy Roloff recently moved away from the Roloff Farm after having spent decades living there, but there is no way she is going to miss the biggest family tradition: pumpkin season.
In a recent Instagram post, Amy posed by her new home’s front door, already decorated with motives related to fall, to celebrate the arrival of the season and to remind everyone that not only Roloff Farms will be open this year but that also she will be a part of the fun this year.
Amy Roloff visiting Hollywood Today Live at W Hollywood in Hollywood, California in December 2016. I Image: Getty Images.
Even though the COVID-19 pandemic forced many activities to be canceled or drastically reinvented for the last six months, the Roloff’s have adapted to the circumstance and announced they are going to be open for business this fall.
“It’ll still be a fun family time, just a different kind of fun because of the challenging times we are in,” Amy wrote in the post’s caption, inviting her fans to meet her there “in a mask and say hi.”
“I’ll be there in costume helping out in the fall pumpkin season festivities,” the mother-of-four shared with her many followers.
It is good to know that despite having left the Roloff Farm to start a new life with her fiancé Chris Marek following her divorce from her husband of nearly 30 years Matt Roloff, Amy is still going to be part of this year’s pumpkin season.
Amy’s ex Matt recently shared what the post-COVID-19 reality at the farm for this year’s pumpkin season.
FUTURE OF THE SERIES
On September 29, TLC’s long-running series “Little People, Big World” returned to the screens for their 21st season, after a delay in the production of the show due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as Amy recently explained in a social media post.
“When it was safe we went back to filming to finish [the remaining episodes] up. I think this is awesome we’re airing them now instead of waiting til later,” Amy wrote on September 22.
On the same Instagram post, Amy also revealed that they have returned to filming for the upcoming season of the show, always putting the safety of the “crew and family and friends” above anything else.
CHANGES AT THE FAMILY FARM
Both the reality-TV series and the welcoming of visitors at the Roloff Farms have been forced to undergo big changes in order to resume activities in the context of the pandemic, and Amy’s ex Matt recently shared what the post-COVID-19 reality at the farm for this year’s pumpkin season.
In the video, Matt announced that after giving it much thought along with the rest of his family, they have figured out how to still welcome visitors to pick up pumpkins at the family’s farm as they have done in the last 20 years, but with some changes.
“It's going to be our COVID version of the pumpkin festival,” Matt said in the clip, also sharing that those who have been at the farm for pumpkin season before will find things very different this time, but he is positive that it will be “just as good.”