Small people, big world star Matt Roloff and his girlfriend, Karyn Chandlerhave revealed their big summer plans in a new teaser video from the episode airing on Tuesday, August 10th.
In a short video received Us weekly Monday, August 9, newlyweds Amy Roloff and Chris Marek sat down to talk to her ex-husband Matt, as well as Karin, asking the couple about what they have in store for the coming months.
“We’re going to be doing a couple of trips to Arizona,” Matt, 59, said, explaining to Chris that he and Karin planned to split their time between Portland, Oregon and Copper State in the future.
Karin also shared her thoughts in confession and said that they are going to “stay loyal, stay in love, go to Arizona and spend a lot of time together.” A former Roloff Farms employee commented, “When we are here in Portland, we will live individually and see each other often.”
Matt later expressed his excitement about creating his “dream House“ on the farm and told the cameras “We have the best of the worlds right now.”
When the producer asked if he and Karin were going to tie the knot, the father of four joked that they were not going to get married until 2022.
“He didn’t ask me, so we definitely haven’t yet,” Karin explained, prompting Matt to intervene. “Bye.” Karin blushed and playfully replied, “Take your time.”
Matt and Karin have been strong for four years now. Before going public in 2017, Despite the high odds The author was married to 56-year-old Amy for almost 30 years from 1987 to 2016. The exes share children: Zach, 31, Jeremy, 31, Molly, 27, and Jacob, 24.
In just a few weeks, Amy will officially do it with Chris at no other Roloff farm. Their wedding will take place on August 28 in a barn under construction.
“The BIG day is almost here,” she gushed into her Instagram caption in late July. “In 28 days I will marry my love, my friend, my partner. The one with which I will begin and end my day. Hold hands, kiss and hug. Someone with whom I can drink coffee, talk and have those conversations that are easy and difficult, with whom I travel and travel, share my faith, hopes and dreams and live together. After 28 days, [I’ll be] blessed to be able to say, “I do.”