LPBW alum Jeremy Roloff and his wife Audrey Roloff often share their activities and updates with fans on social media. Even though they no longer appear on Little People, Big World, their followers continue to receive updates via their social media accounts and pages.
Recently, the couple decorated their newly bought house for Christmas and also brought their own Christmas tree. Audrey posted photos on her Instagram stories showing off her extravagant and spectacular Christmas decorations. After seeing the pictures, fans started criticising many things about it.
LPBW Star Audrey Roloff Is In The Holiday Spirit – See How She’s Getting Ready For Christmas
A post shared by LPBW alum Audrey Roloff highlighted the family’s huge Christmas tree, which was 16 feet tall. Her husband Jeremy was also in the photo. Surrounding the huge tree was a freshly built vintage toy train.
Finally, Audrey Roloff thanked Jeremy “big time” when she captioned the photo of her life partner standing in front of the tree. Her mother also mentioned that she was an example of the phrase “if there’s a will, there’s a way”.
Upon seeing the post, fans started frying them. In a Reddit thread, one commenter said that those who constantly brag about their partner are truly miserable. It’s like it’s all “digital”, another enthusiast noted. Another added that “and vintage”. Yet another said he had no idea how many insects and rodents were in that tree and didn’t want to see it.
After putting up a new post about her 16-foot tree, Little People, Big World fans also recently took Audrey to task for topping her Christmas tree. The former TLC star’s Christmas tree, which she named “Noel”, has received a lot of hate due to its massive size.
Last week, Audrey posted an Instagram story titled “Noel”. Their tree, which they “showing off” to channel out the freshest view of her massive tree. Jeremy and Audrey took a picture together while celebrating the holidays. She reunited with her sister Tori Roloff and Jeremy’s brother Zach Roloff while wearing a festive hat. The adults-only Christmas party was attended by the entire Christmas party.