‘Little People’ star Matt Roloff slams ex-wife Amy as he compares her with new beau

Monica Otayza
May 07, 2018
12:52 P.M.
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Matt Roloff is sure that his new girlfriend is 'the one', and this has led him to think about moving out of their family farm. 


Radar Online shared details of the current situation in the Roloff farm, which includes details of the faltering relationship between Matt and ex-wife Amy.

In the latest episode of 'Little People, Big World', Amy Roloff and Chris Marek celebrated their one-year anniversary. 

Speaking about their relationship, Amy shares how this relationship is different from her marriage. 

"I think the biggest difference in this relationship versus my marriage is that Chris brings out the adventurous side of me that has been on hold for me for many years. As an example: to celebrate our one-year anniversary, we are going skydiving!"


The matriarch of the Roloff family shares that her ex-husband Matt was always so focused on doing projects or work, that they never got to go on any adventure. 

While Amy seems to be happy with her relationship, her ex-husband Matt is also trying to make things work with his girlfriend Caryn Chandler. 

"Sometimes on a Monday after working all weekend long, I realize I haven't had normal body rest. This time of year, there is project after project after project lined up for me, that needs my attention heading into pumpkin season."


Acknowledging how much of a work-a-holic her beau was, Caryn agreed to what Matt was saying. 

"Work is in Matt's DNA, it always will be. I actually love that drive in him. He can get carried away, anyone can get carried away. But he loves to work - it's kind of his hobby."

While Caryn knows that work is something Matt loves to do, she makes sure to give her and Matt some quality time together at the beach, which is a gesture that is widely appreciated by Matt. 


"I really like and appreciate the fact that she wants to spend personal time with me. It really warms my heart. Amy and I had some compatibility when the kids were born. But looking back after the kids were gone, we realized we don't really have a lot in common and we are different people. We are very different people. So it feels good to be in a situation where you feel compatible on many levels."

Matt acknowledges that he has let his passion for working get in the way of his personal life and his happiness many times, and he doesn't want to make the same mistakes he did with Amy. 

"Caryn soothes me tremendously in that she knows how to balance me."