Amy Roloff, Star of ‘Little People, Big World,’ opens up about Divorce

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Little People, Big World star Amy Roloff got married to Chris Marek in August, six years following her divorce from her ex-husband, Matt Roloff. The reality star, who was married for 27 years to Matt, had their divorce on camera in 2015. A new interview with Matt. Us WeeklyRoloff talked about the importance transparency in her life. “It’s a part of our life,”She elaborated.

“It’s not a fun part of life, but I tried to limit that exposure as much as much as possible or as best I could because we’re doing a reality show, but I don’t think people need to know every little, personal intimate detail either,” Roloff continued. “You have to own it. You have to keep some of it to yourself. And to me, it was for the sake of the kids that we just [didn’t] plaster this all over the place either.”

Roloff said that she wanted to share her passion with people. “divorce is hard, especially this late in my life,”The desire to share this feeling led to the decision to keep the cameras rolling. Roloff is not proud of the amount of her family’s lives she chose to share. Little People, Big World. “I think there will always be moments of regrets, you know, here and there. I think when friends and other people become involved, or [are] willing to become involved, I think I go [into] ultra-careful mode and I sometimes forget this is TV,”Roloff spoke. “I think there will always be regrets, but I think there’s a huge amount of benefits [and] opportunity.”

Roloff did admit to some reservations about Marek’s inclusion on the show. He also discussed how this might impact their relationship. “I was really panicked about him,”She spoke. “I’m like, ‘Who in that heaven is going to date me being on this crazy show?’ Or he could have absolutely said, ‘Hey, I want to date you. I want to get to know you but I’m not going to be on this crazy show of yours.'”Roloff believes their relationship is still strong and has not been harmed by public displays. “benefits really have outweighed [thing] more than the negativity.”