- Jeremy and Audrey Roloff formerly of Little People, Big World have reportedly started a new business on Roloff Farms.
- This comes just one week after Jeremy and Audrey made it clear that they wish to co-own a farm together one day.
Just last week, Jeremy Roloff expressed interest in owning a farm with his wife, Audrey, unknowingly making Little People Big World fans upset when he said he couldn't "afford" to buy Roloff Farms from his dad, Matt. But now, RadarOnline.com is reporting that the couple may have already taken a giant step to achieving their goal.
The outlet claims it has records confirming that Jeremy and Audrey registered a new business in March under the name "The Roloff Company." According to Radar, Jeremy is listed as the company's president, while Audrey is secretary. What's more, their business has the same address as Roloff Farms. In terms of what their new business venture is all about, however, is not yet clear.
Jeremy's parents, Matt and Amy Roloff, who filed for divorce in 2015, had previously co-owned Roloff Farms together since 1990. Though, as fans of the TLC series learned in the season 19 finale this spring, Amy recently accepted a buyout and agreed to no longer live on the farm or deal with the property's businesses.
Even though Amy has little to do with the farm anymore, both she and Matt discussed on Little People Big World the possibility of their kids – Jeremy, Zach, Molly, and Jacob — keeping the family business going. Maybe, this is a sign that the changing of the guard is beginning to happen right now.
"Growing up on a farm, the passion for land has never left me. Auj and I have been working very hard to be able to acquire one someday," Jeremy explained recently on an Instagram post.
While we all wait to hear more about Jeremy and Audrey's newest venture, the two continue to dominate with their other projects. Together, the pair co-authored A Love Letter Life, which is now officially a New York Times best-seller. On top of that, they run their Behind the Scenes podcast and Beating 50 Percent marriage blog together.
How they can take on even more given their already-packed schedule is beyond us, but we sure are rooting for them.
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