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Little People, Big World’s Amy Roloff breaks down in tears when she moves off farm she shared with ex Matt for 30 years

LITTLE People, Big World's Amy Roloff broke down in tears in a new preview clip for the show when she discussed moving off the farm she shared with her ex, Matt Roloff, for 30 years.

Amy 56, is stunned when Matt offered a major suggestion in the preview clip from the show's premiere.

Matt said: "We think you should give up the farm."

Amy, who is now engaged to Chris Marek, 59, appeared to be speechless as she mumbled, "Really?"

Chris may be "open to that" but Amy side-eyes her fiancée at first.

Amy may slowly come around to making that decision though.

The TLC star said in the footage: "Saying goodbye was hard.

"I get so teary-eyed when I hear that. But it's not the end-all." 

The clip also teased Amy wearing a white wedding dress.

After dating for about three years, Amy and Chris have been engaged since September back in 2019.

The engaged couple postponed their wedding plans last year due to the pandemic.

Amy and Chris bounced around between dates, either late August or early September of 2021, as they planned their wedding.

The Little People star shared details about of her nuptials back in April in an Instagram Story.

Amy wrote: “Wow! The BIG day is getting closer. 

“I can’t believe in about 4 1/2 months I’ll be married to this man — my friend and partner and love for the rest of my life.”

Amy’s ex, Matt, has moved on with his new girlfriend, Caryn, who worked as his assistant for the last 10 years.

Amy and Matt married in 1987 and separated in 2014.

Sharing four children, Matt and Amy finalized their divorce back in 2016 after spending 27 years together.

Matt and Caryn have not received a wedding invitation from his ex.

Even though the pair have not been officially invited, they are planning to attend. 

An insider exclusively told The Sun: "Matt and Caryn haven't received an invite, but they were expecting to and would attend.

"Caryn is not a fan of Amy and doesn't want to go, but she'd support Matt, and all of the children and grandchildren will be there.

"They feel their wedding might end up being a small affair because of COVID, so it's likely they'll be left off the list altogether.

"They've been told very little about the wedding, they're basically in the dark, they aren't even aware of the venue, Amy is keeping her cards close to her chest."

The season premiere of Little People, Big World airs tonight on TLC at 9/8c.

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