“Little People, Big World” reality stars Matt and Amy Roloff have been able to overcome a lot of obstacles, but the couple wasn’t able to save their marriage. In the season finale of the hit TLC show, the duo talked about their divorce and possibly dating other people.
The stars were married for 27 years but made the decision to divorce in June. When the topic of “playing the field” post-divorce arose during an interview with NBC News correspondent Andrea Canning, the Roloffs had a similar response in a sneak-peek clip, which was produced by NBC News' Peacock Productions and obtained by People magazine Tuesday.
"Right now, I'm just getting to know myself and working on my health and taking care of the businesses and working on the farm," Matt, 50, said. "Let's see how time goes." It’s "not on the radar right now," he added.
"That ain't happenin’,” Amy agreed. She said she will “never” date again because, "I don't think anyone would be really interested." As for Matt potentially getting into another relationship, he is “on the market; he's got people,” she said. Amy alluded to Matt potentially talking to other women.
Even though their marriage wasn’t able to work out, the two are apparently working well together as business partners on their farm in Helvetia, Oregon. In regard to moving forward with his life, Matt said: "I'm actually enjoying working with Amy right now, so I'm just happy with where I'm at."
TLC has chronicled the Roloff’s life on “Little People, Big World” since 2006. Viewers have watched the family carry on with their day-to-day lives as they raised their five children Jeremy and Zack; Molly; and Jacob. Four of the children are average height, but Zack has dwarfism like his parents.
The couple first announced they would separate in March 2014 and then move forward with their divorce in June. "After 27 years of marriage, it is with great sadness that we have come to the difficult decision to file for divorce," the couple told Us Weekly at the time. "We are proud of what we have accomplished together, including raising four wonderful children who have grown to become remarkable adults and building our strong and ongoing successful business."
The “Little People, Big World” season finale airs Tuesday at 8 p.m. EDT on TLC.
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