‘Little People, Big World’ News: Tori, Zach Roloff’s Future On the Show Revealed

Things are really changing up on Little People, Big World in the future. Audrey and Jeremy Roloff revealed that they have decided to leave the show. This left the fans wondering what the future holds for Tori and Zach Roloff. Luckily, the couple decided not to leave the fans hanging and they are sharing what is going on.

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Tori and Zach Roloff’s future on Little People, Big World

Us Weekly shared that Tori Roloff went ahead and shared what their future plans for the show are and that this is exciting news. Tori went to her Instagram story and said, “We’re not going anywhere!” She also replied to a fan letting them know that their son would stay on the show as well. Sometimes reality stars decide to not have their children on the show until they are old enough to make their own decision, but the Roloffs didn’t do it that way at all.

When a fan asked Tori why they were sticking around, she said: “Because we feel like we’re not done telling our story.” With Zach being a little person, they do show how a relationship can work between a little person and someone who isn’t one. These two make it all work perfectly.

Audrey and Jeremy are moving on

Audrey and Jeremy Roloff just recently shared that they are moving on and won’t be part of the show anymore. After having their daughter Ember, they were on the show for a while but then realized that they have other things they would rather work on. They just revealed that it was time to move on for them, but if they are at a family event they won’t make the cameras avoid filming them, so they could show up from time to time.

Don’t miss new episodes of Little People, Big World on TLC when it returns. TLC recently shared that the show will be back next year. Come back to Soap Dirt for all of the latest news!

Mandy Robinson

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