- Amy Roloff and Chris Marek of the TLC show Little People Big World have been dating since 2016.
- Amy recently posted new photos of her and Chris on Instagram, prompting some LPBW fans to think that the two were getting married soon.
- Amy and Chris have spoken about the possibility of tying the knot before.
Amy Roloff and her boyfriend, Chris Marek, of Little People, Big Worldare well on their way to getting married — at least that's what their fans on Instagram think after seeing their latest photos together.
In a rather sentimental post celebrating the couple's shared love of riding motorcycles, Amy posted a photo series of the two looking as happy as ever while taking a trip around the Oregon coast. At the time Amy was posting the photo, she and Chris were on the second day of their journey.
"I love riding w/ this guy. Having a blast 😎❤️," Amy wrote.
Apparently, the photos were enough to prompt some of Amy's followers to start asking her if she and Chris were ready to tie the knot. The couple began dating in late 2016, a little over a year after Amy and her ex-husband, Matt, filed for divorce.
"Enjoy when is the wedding 👰🏻," one fan wrote. "R u 2 going 2 get married," another asked. Several more made comments along the same lines, including,"She keeps saying how long they have been together all the time....A little hidden hint to Chris," and "Put a ring on it Chris 😍❤️."
While it's a bit, um, bold to ask such a personal question, Amy and Chris haven't exactly shied away from talking about marriage. In the latest season ofLittle People, Big World, the topic came up and both Chris and Amy made it clear that it's definitely on the table.
“I’ve seen a lot of failed marriages, a lot of divorces, in my family. All my siblings, my mother,” Chris said. “I mean, I saw a lot of examples of people that loved each other but could not live with each other. But I’m certainly not against marriage — I never thought I’d be this age and still single.”
Amy said in reply that she was "glad" he wasn't against marriage "because that would be a problem."
“Even though I’m divorced, I still value and will hold up high the whole concept, the reason, the purpose that marriage is here,” Amy told the Little People, Big World producers. “And if by chance I get to do that again, I would still put everything that I can, as best as I can, to make it work.”
She continued: “I’m not here to push him, I’m not here for him to do something that he is nowhere [near] ready for. But if marriage is meant to happen for me again, the second time, then I would sing ‘Hallelujah.'”
By the looks of it, Amy's fans would gladly join in and sing right along with her.
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