Little People, Big World star Matt Roloff seems to have big plans for his future. He’s also looking forward to a happy life with his girlfriend Caryn Chandler. Moving on to the next step, they may soon be taking a bribe.
Along with that, Matt Roloff now wants his son to take over the business. Does this mean the star is planning to retire?
Matt recently took to Instagram to show fans what he’s up to. The star was seen cutting down an old cedar tree to make a wooden bench. Well, the comments under his post filled Matt Roloff with joy. But one comment took his heart, and it was from his girlfriend Caryn Chandler. She commented. Cutting logs in the morning… a road trip in the afternoon.” It seems that Matt finds his life with Caryn a happy one.
He also immediately responded that his busy life equals a happy life, and especially with Caryn. Caryn Chandler and Matt Roloff have been in a relationship for almost five years. Matt’s girlfriend used to work for him as an assistant. 59-year-old Matt Roloff was previously married to 56-year-old Amy Roloff from 1987 to 2016. They even have four children together. Although their marriage has ended, Amy continues to be involved in the family business.
LPBW: Matt And Caryn To Soon Get Married
Caryn has become the Vitamin D of Matt’s life. These two look simply gorgeous in pictures and in real life. Matt Roloff has been seen posting beautiful pictures of them on Instagram. The star also flaunted her chemistry on Caryn Chandler’s birthday, Christmas, Easter and even random days. And fans often pour lovely comments on the couple’s photos.
One fan asked Matt Roloff to marry Caryn Chandler. And to that, Matt Roloff immediately replied: “Maybe I will! You will have to wait and see.” This made viewers speculate whether they are already engaged.
Although it seems that Matt has found his perfect match. And fans are just waiting impatiently for the next couple to make their move. And, the next step is nothing but marriage.
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