Little People’s Audrey Roloff slammed for ‘oversharing’ after she posts about kids’ bathroom habits during Amy’s wedding

LITTLE People, Big World star Audrey Roloff was slammed for “oversharing” after she posted about her kids’ bathroom habits during her mother-in-law Amy’s wedding.

Amy tied the knot with Chris Marek on August 29 on the Roloff Farms, in a ceremony all of her kids and their partners attended.

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Little People, Big World’s Audrey Roloff was slammed for ‘oversharing’Credit: Instagram/Audrey Roloff
The former reality star shared with fans the number of 'poops' her son Bode had taken during her mother-in-law Amy's wedding

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The former reality star shared with fans the number of ‘poops’ her son Bode had taken during her mother-in-law Amy’s wedding

Audrey, 30, took to her Instagram Stories to share a short clip of her husband, Jeremy Roloff, changing their 1-year-old son Bode’s dirty diaper during Amy’s reception.

In the video, Jeremy, 31, changes Bode on the grass, as Audrey interjects and says, “Hey.. before you use that wipe on his-“

The ex TV star, who is also a mom to 3-year-old daughter Ember, wrote over the clip: “1/3 poops during the wedding.”

However, fans weren’t laughing at all, as they took to Reddit to quickly react, with one person simply calling the clip, “So gross.”

Another added: “Why would you even contemplate sharing such content? No one needs to see nor know this about your kid,” as a third chimed in, “Even for Aud, this is so odd.”

One even accused Audrey of making Amy’s special day about herself, as they wrote: “Her whole story is only about her kids. She maybe has 1 or 2 pics congratulating Amy.

“The rest is making it all about her and her kids. She probably didn’t want to be there.”

A FAMILY AFFAIR

Amy, 56, and Chris, 59, were joined by 100 of their close family and friends for the ceremony, which also included the reality star’s father, Gordon Knight, who she originally believed was not going to make it to the event.

Aside from Audrey, who is expecting her third child, and Jeremy, all of Amy’s children and their partners were able to make it, including Zach and Tori, Jacob and Isabel – and finally Molly and Joel.

The TV star’s four grandchildren, Ember, Bode, Jackson, four, and Lilah, one, were also there.

According to Audrey, Ember and Jackson, who is Tori and Zach’s eldest child, “didn’t leave each other” at the wedding.

She also mentioned her only daughter was the “flower girl” and Jackson was the “ring bearer.”

LONG-RUNNING FEUD

Tori and Zach were expected to come face-to-face with Audrey and Jeremy at the ceremony, despite a long-running feud.

The two couples had barely spoken to each other during the past year due to brothers Zach and Jeremy falling out.

A family insider previously exclusively told The Sun: “Both brothers Zach and Jeremy are invited to Amy and Chris’ wedding later this month with their wives, and they will definitely be attending.

“Everyone knows they haven’t seen eye-to-eye in a long while, but there was never any question to invite one couple over the other.”

While plenty of family and friends attended the special event, Amy’s ex-husband Matt and his fiancée Caryn Chandler, were not invited, despite the father of four offering up the farm for her wedding.

The Little People, Big World stars were married for 30 years and they share four children, but divorced in 2016.

Audrey and her husband, Jeremy Roloff, attended the special event

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Audrey and her husband, Jeremy Roloff, attended the special event
Audrey's 3-year-old daughter, Ember, even bonded with her cousin Jackson, four

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Audrey’s 3-year-old daughter, Ember, even bonded with her cousin Jackson, fourCredit: Instagram/Audrey Roloff
Amy tied the knot with Chris Marek on August 29 on the Roloff Farms

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Amy tied the knot with Chris Marek on August 29 on the Roloff FarmsCredit: Coleman-Rayner/Backgrid for The US Sun
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