Little People Big World, Jeremy Roloff


Life is full of beginnings and endings—sometimes all in one family, all at once!

Jeremy Roloff, the co-eldest son (with twin brother Zach) of Little People Big World stars Matt and Amy Roloff, is engaged to his longtime girlfriend, Audrey Mirabella Botti.

There was a congratulatory message posted on the TLC show's Facebook page today and Jeremy wrote on Instagram about popping the question this past Saturday.

"January 16th, 2010 I met Audrey. January 17th, 2010, I was in love. August 15th, 2011 asked her out," the caption reads. "March 15th, 2014 I asked this beautiful girl to be mine, and she said yes. Drowning in grace. @aujb," the 23-year-old wrote along with a romantic photo of him lifting his fiancée into the air in a passionate embrace.

Little People Big World, Jeremy Roloff, Audrey Mirabella


Audrey shared the happy news on her Instagram as well, along with a pic of herself wearing an ecstatic smile—and a sparkly new diamond ring.

"The question: Audrey Mirabella Botti, will you marry me? The answer: YES!!!!!!!!!!!!" she wrote. "You're the one I want to team up with for life. Jeremy James Roloff, to say I'm I love you is an understatement. I'M GETTING MARRIED!!! #braidit #journeyofjerandauj #tresslelove."

So congratulations to them! Who wants to bet that Jeremy and Audrey will be partaking of the Roloff family's wedding-planning services very soon?

"Woah! @audreybotti and I are overwhelmed. Thanks for the love everyone, we appreciate you!" Jeremy tweeted after the well-wishes started pouring in.

Ironically, however, the couple's engagement comes on the heels of news that Matt and Amy have separated after 26 years of marriage.

"Though we have weathered many storms together, we recently made the tough decision to engage in a trial separation," the parents of four said in a statement last week. "Matt remains living on the farm in our guest house and we work together every day on the farm, on our business endeavors and most importantly, raising our amazing children."

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