‘Little People, Big World’ Couple Splits

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Matt and Amy Roloff, the star couple in TLC’s “Little People, Big World,” have announced that they’re separating, according to TMZ.

The couple has been married for about 26 years, according to TMZ. So far, there has been no announcement about a divorce.

The Roloffs have four children who also appear on the show.

The couple released a statement that says:

“Though we have weathered many storms together, we recently made the decision to engage in a trial separation.”

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  • Andrea

    After 26 years of marriage! What happened to for better or for worse, until death do us part? How sad for their children.

  • Shannon

    When are we going to stop watching these shows? Haven’t there been enough examples of the pressures they place on marriages and families?

  • kathie

    That is sad, they’re both such nice people. I hope they can work things out.

    Shannon, you have a good point there — I hadn’t thought of that. Too much pressure on a relationship.

  • Kevin B.

    After seeing the show a few times and how they act towards each other I’m not surprised one bit. i predicted them separating / divorcing to my wife a few seasons ago. i started calling it tongue in cheek ” little people big ego’s”.. i do hope they put their pet projects aside and work on whats important… their relationship.

  • cheri

    I have been married for 27 years. It’s hard to keep a relationship going if both people don’t contribute to the marriage. Yes, we all have a days but I think that Amy and Matt are so rapped up in the TV show they don’t give themselves time for themselves. I think that they should try to work on the relationship and change some things. They both seem like they do care, but I think Amy wants to have more time with Matt then the show. Good Luck to both of you. I hope things work out.

  • Colleen. Thompson

    I have been married for62yrs I think MAtt needs to stop being a builder and start being a husband and take his wife on a honeymoon.

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