LITTLE People’s Matt Roloff and his crew complete the construction of their family farm’s wedding chapel DAYS before his ex Amy’s nuptials.
The structure will serve as the venue for the ceremony which will take place this weekend.
Matt pulled out all the stops for his ex-wife’s special day as the reality star posted the finished product on Instagram.
The TV star shared a series of exterior shots of the wooden building, including a distanced shot overlooking part of the Oregon-family farm.
He also posted a photo of himself and four crew members posing in front of the building, along with a heartfelt caption.
The star wrote: “That feeling you get when you make beautiful buildings together.. thanks Loranger brothers (Rick, Ray, Dan & Rocky). for another amazing build and helping me chase my vision ….
“These guys have been doing my building gymnastics for almost 20 years. Now let’s let Ray go fishing!”
RACE AGAINST THE CLOCK
Earlier this month, the TV personality shared photos of the progress of the construction as it was nearing completion.
He captured the large barn door-like front entryway and huge windows in the snap admitting they were racing against the clock to finish in time.
Matt captioned his post: “Racing at full speed to get the new building finished before the Big day @amyjroloff and Chris wedding day!
“Pulling out all the stops …16 days and counting! @rolofffarms is looking good… a huge thank-you to the team at @jeldwenusa windows,” he gushed.
“Not only a fantastic product (I’m a new friend for life). But they delivered on budget and ahead of schedule.
Matt continued as he mentioned the proximity of the wedding date: “Go JeldWen ! Now we’re just hoping the @ccandlroofingpdx can get the new metal roof on so we can button this up before the wedding.
“Good news is … I’ll keep sharing photos so you can all see the progress. Best builders in the world The Lorangers Construction brothers and their entire network of subs!” the TV star closed.
ROLOFF FARM WEDDING
The Sun revealed that the couple would be hosting their big day at the Roloff Farms in Hillsboro after struggling to find a venue during the Covid-19 pandemic.
An insider said at the time: “Amy and Chris are now planning to have the wedding at the farm, and it will be in three months, things are coming together.
“It was Matt’s idea initially and Caryn [Candor] went along with it because they are trying to keep things cordial between them all.
“The reason Amy didn’t want to have it at the farm at first is because of the emotional history there, and she didn’t know if everyone was on the same page yet.
Amy and her new love also decided not to invite her ex and his girlfriend, despite their final choice in the wedding venue.
An insider revealed Matt, 59, and Caryn, 53, couldn’t be happier about the decision after talking it through with the couple.
The source explained: “They are more than pleased to not be going to the wedding, and plan to go to Arizona for a romantic break where they have a vacation home.
“They got Amy and Chris a little gift to show their appreciation as they’re on much better terms, but they’re glad they won’t be attending, it would be too weird for everyone.
“Matt and Caryn just want them to be able to do their own thing and feel it will be over before they know it.
“Amy and Chris are able to use the farm for free, but they are of course paying for their own wedding.”
The insider added that although the couples haven’t always seen eye-to-eye they are now “in a good place” for the sake of the children and grandchildren.
The Sun has reached out to TLC for comment, but did not hear back.
Matt and Caryn purchased their Arizona home from her parents in June 2018 for $375,000 following his divorce.