LITTLE People, Big World star Amy Roloff went make-up free and admitted she was “worn out” while drinking wine with her new husband Chris.
The 57-year-old gave fans a look into the couple’s recent date on Instagram.
While taking to her Instagram Story on Tuesday, the Little People, Big World star smiled for a selfie as she and Chris sat a table outdoors.
A large bucket, a cup of nuts and a bottle of wine sat in between the couple, who got married in late August.
Alongside the selfie, Amy wrote: “After a long day at Pumpkin Patch stopped by one of our favorite local wineries.”
She added at the bottom of the post: “We look worn out.”
Amy then shared a close up of the wine they were drinking in a following slide, writing: “We love this local winery Scotch Church Road Winery.”
The couple have been busy celebrating Roloff Farms’ pumpkin season opening weekend, while Amy shared clips and snaps from the festivities all weekend on social media.
After becoming engaged in August 2019, Amy and Chris finally exchanged their wedding vows at their fairytale ceremony with about 150 of their loved ones at Roloff Farms in Hillsboro, Oregon.
Their nuptials marked Chris’ first time getting married, while Amy was famously wed to ex Matt for nearly 30 years before they divorced in 2016.
All of Amy’s children and their partners attended the wedding, including Jeremy and Audrey, Zach and Tori, Jacob and Isabel, and even Molly and Joel.
The TLC star’s four grandchildren- Jackson, 4, Ember, 3, Lilah, 1, and Bode, 1- were also there.
NO EXES ALLOWED
Despite remaining amicable after their divorce, Amy’s ex-husband and his girlfriend Caryn Chandler were not invited to the festivities.
While Matt wasn’t included on the guestlist, he did contribute to the wedding by constructing a new chapel for the ceremony and offering up the farm for her wedding.
When asked why Matt would not be in attendance, Amy explained in July: “No, just too much history, and I wouldn’t want my ex at the wedding with his longtime girlfriend.”
CHARITY CHAPTER CLOSES
Amy shared her sweet post with Chris shortly after The Sun exclusively revealed she shut down her children’s charity.
The Little People, Big World star launched the Amy Roloff Charity Foundation in 2009 to “assist children including youth at risk, people with disabilities, single parents and families.”
The Amy Roloff Foundation website is no longer active and a Facebook account for the non-profit shows the most recent activity was December 29, 2018.
Amy’s website currently reads: “Amy recently made the very hard and tough decision to end her Charity Foundation in 2020. However, helping and giving to others is still at her core and she very much continues to attend and make appearances to support and advocate for charities and foundations that truly make a difference to enrich the lives of children, youth and families as much as she can.
“Thank you ALL that have given to ARCF over the years. Together we made a BIG difference and will continue to do so.”