Roloff Divorce: Matt And Amy Roloff Of ‘Little People, Big World’ File For Divorce

The Roloff divorce is official.

After being separated since last March, Matt and Amy Roloff, of Little People, Big World, have taken the next step to officially file for divorce.

The couple issued a joint statement to People Magazine, revealing that they would moving ahead with the divorce process.

“After 27 years of marriage, it is with great sadness that we have come to the difficult decision to file for divorce,” they said. “We are proud of what we have accomplished together including raising four wonderful children who have grown to become remarkable adults and building our strong and ongoing successful businesses.”

“Our kids and our ever growing family, and the love and support we have for them, will be our priority,” the Roloff’s added. “We will continue to work together side by side in the daily responsibilities for our many current ventures. We would like to thank our family, friends and all our fans for their continued support and understanding during this difficult time.”

Yesterday, Matt took the opportunity to update his Facebook friends as to what was going on with the Roloff divorce.

“I wanted to personally update my Facebook friends on whats going on. Many of you may already know by now that Amy and I have formally filed for divorce. While its a sad and difficult time for us, we appreciate how kind, loving and supportive everyone has been. I personally wanted to thank each of you for continuing to be so warm to my family.

We are working together feverishly to prepare to celebrate Zach and Tori’s wedding this July.”

The couple and their four children, twins Jeremy and Zach, 25, Molly, 21, and Jacob, 18, all starred in the hit TLC reality series Little People, Big World. The show followed the Roloffs as they worked on their farm in Portland, Oregon, and how the couple and their son, Zach, who were all three diagnosed with dwarfism, live in a world much larger than them.

The couple said they tried to work out their issues, but they ultimately came to the decision to live apart.

“It’s not my choice for him to leave,” Amy said, according to Fox News. “I am saddened by it… We don’t have a plan for how we’re going to work this out, so it’s not going to be easy.”

“I never quite felt at home in my own home, so something needed to change,” Matt added.

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