‘Little People, Big World’ Star Audrey Roloff Reveals Rocky Marriage Secrets, Per ‘Radar’

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Audrey Roloff, one of the stars of TLC’s Little People, Big World, revealed rocky marriage secrets during the latest episode of the podcast she shares with husband Jeremy titled Behind the Scenes, according to a report by Radar Online.

The couple’s young marriage reportedly got off to a rocky start after they said “I do” in September of 2014.

The couple moved to Los Angeles shortly after their wedding at the Roloff Farm in Hillsboro, OR. Their relationship started as a long-distance friendship for two years before becoming romantic, and then it was a long-distance relationship for three more years. Roloff was studying at Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, California, at the time.

“We wanted to move somewhere that could be ours,” Audrey, 27, said during the podcast of their move away from their families.

Radar reported that upon their arrival at their new home, things took an unfortunate turn.

“The first thing to unload was our giant mattress. We were on the second story of this apartment complex… we started carrying it in. I was walking backward so you would have all the weight when we were carrying it. So I didn’t really see where I was going and I rolled my ankle hard on this little curb pathway,” she revealed.

Upon a quick trip to a local medical center, it was found that she had fractured her leg in two places, revealed the Radar story.

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“I was supposed to start my job the next morning,” Audrey said. “So I had to call my employer and be like, ‘I broke my foot moving in’ and I needed to delay my start date. The doctors said it would take two-and-a-half months to heal.”

Apparently, that was the start of a sad situation for the couple, who soon found that none of their utilities were working in their new home.