Tori Roloff hints at when she and Zach will leave ‘Little People, Big World’

By Jackie Willis,

Tori Roloff discusses the future of her and husband Zach on TLC’s « Little People, Big World. » During an Instagram Q&A, the 31-year-old reality star was asked how much longer she plans to be on TV.

« I think our time is definitely coming to an end, but we’re trying to enjoy it while he’s here! » Tori posted. Giving a reason for their possible departure, the mother-of-three added that it would be because of « all the misconceptions people have about us and our family because they only see what TLC shows them. »

ET has contacted TLC about the couple’s possible exit.

Zach has been on « Little People, Big World » since 2006 and is the only child of Matt and Amy Roloff who is still on the show. Her sister, Molly, and her brothers, Jacob and Jeremy Roloff, were on the show when it started, but have since left.

In recent seasons, there have been tensions between Zach and Matt over the family farm. Earlier this year, ET spoke with the father-son duo about their relationship status.

« I would say the relationship status, if I had to sum it up, is on the right track, » Matt said. “We have had setbacks in recent years. We’ve shared all of this about the upcoming season and before. Our real life is always a bit ahead of the release of things. But we are definitely working.

Zach seemed less optimistic when asked about the nature of his relationship with his father.

« It’s still quite difficult, yes, it’s a difficult situation, » he admitted. « I think a lot has happened. It’s going to take a long time. I don’t think the blame has been taken, but, again, we’re just raising our family.

“Little People, Big World” airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on TLC.


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