Little people, big world star Audrey Roloff revealed that she broke up with her husband, jeremy roloff“for about three months” before their marriage.
“I was overwhelmed, stressed and sick. I think I always had a feeling that we would get back together,” Audrey, 31, shared via Instagram Stories on Monday, May 15. “But I just couldn’t invest in our relationship, which I felt I deserved at the time. .”
The mother-of-three went on to say that she broke up with Jeremy, 33, over the phone during their long-distance relationship and three months later, he showed up to her 21st birthday party.
“My mom invited him. She had like three other guys that she had dated there as well and that was the first time she had seen him since we broke up,” she continued. “And also the first time I drank alcohol in my life. So it was wonderful.”
Their reunion was clearly meant to be, as the couple later tied the knot in 2014 and welcomed daughter Ember and sons Bode and Radley.
The hosts of the “Behind the Scenes” podcast recently sparked speculation that they are expecting baby number 4 after Audrey shared a photo of the supplements she took during a March Q&A via her Instagram Stories.
After being asked by a fan to detail the vitamins she takes on a daily basis, the Oregon native explained that she was taking “Beef Liver, Electrolyte Minerals, Vitamin C” while “just starting InspiraCell and Prenatal.” [sic].”
After the initial post, Audrey later took to her Instagram Stories to confirm that she wasn’t pregnant yet, but was “preparing” for baby four.
“Woahhhh, you can calm down. I’m not pregnant, I’m just taking a prenatal to prepare my body ahead of time,” Audrey responded via her Instagram Stories on March 28. “I’ve never been consistent taking it before I got pregnant, so I’m trying to get ahead of myself this time!”
While the couple is not currently expecting, the LPBW alum is open about her desire to add more children to her family. In October 2022, she admitted that she and Jeremy “never put a number” on how many children they wanted during a question-and-answer session. “But I don’t feel like we’re done.”