‘Little People, Big World’: Amy Roloff Looks Forward to ‘Spectacular’ 60s

Little People, Big World‘s Amy Roloff said she only has a year and a half until she is 60. But she said that her 60s would be called the “Spectacular” 60s and maybe even the S*xy 60s.

Little People, Big World: Amy Roloff Looks Forward to Aging

Amy Roloff of Little People, Big World said that the 60s would be great years. She had had a lot of good times throughout her life, but said that doesn’t mean she isn’t planning something big for the next chapter of her life.

LPBW celeb Amy said that the next decade would be full of good things. She and Chris Marek will marry in 2021, and having a new partner will make a big difference. Fans said they look forward to seeing Amy and Chris living out the rest of their lives together.

Amy Roloff said that age doesn’t have to slow you down. In fact, it seems like she is doing more now than ever. She said that Little People, Big World dad Matt Roloff didn’t like to go have adventures, but it seems that is right up Chris Marek’s alley.

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Amy Prepares for Her Wedding Day

Little People, Big World celeb Amy Roloff said she has a lot to do before her wedding. One of the things she says she needs to work on is getting her weight under control. Amy said she cooks a lot and hasn’t been as active due to COVID lockdowns.

Now she tries to get out and explore the outdoors more. She usually has her dog, Felix, with her or her and Chris go together. She wants to make sure she can fit into the dress she wants, but she hasn’t picked it yet.

Fans of Little People, Big World can’t wait to see Amy Roloff’s wedding. And it sounds like they will put it on TLC but that it will be smaller than normal. Due to the pandemic, the wedding guest list can’t be as long as she would have liked it to be.

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Little People, Big World: Excited for Valentine’s Day

Amy Roloff of Little People, Big World said she is ready for Valentine’s Day. She’s been putting together a lot of items from her store, including delicious fudge. Amy said her cooking doesn’t help with her weight loss goal.

Little People, Big World favorite Amy Roloff said that making your own Valentine’s Day gift is also special. And a big part of making gifts special is putting a personalized message in. Viewers laughed about Amy telling her friend Lisa Dixon that Chris better get her a card.

Lisa said, “Whoa. He better get you a card?” and didn’t seem to approve of her tone. Amy from Little People, Big World said that he always gets her a card, so it would be ok.

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