Amy and Matt Roloff's relationship is quite an unorthodox one but they make it work perfectly, let's find out how.
Amy and Matt Roloff share a working place and live in close proximity of each other, figuratively, 100 yards away. The pair meet each other every other day and also are constantly inquired about each other.
The pair is however nearly divorced while being involved in very serious relationships with other people. Yet they manage to remain amicable and supportive of each other.
Amy and Matt enjoy an out of the box relationship.SOURCE: Soap Dirt
The question 'How do they make this arrangement successful?' is sure frequent for the duo. Amy answered the question in a recent interview with Access, explaining even if they are not husband and wife they are always responsible parents of four.
“We want to remain respectful.”
She further added,
“For the sake of our kids. … We did have a long life together … it didn’t work out, we’ve moved on, but for the sake of the kids, you know,"
A significant number of episodes of Little People, Big World this season revolved around the feud between Amy and Matt. To add up, Amy seemingly wants to sell the family farm, while Matt seems quite hesitant on the idea.
On a recent episode, Matt also took it a step too far when he accused Amy of holding his life hostage. However, the obstacle just didn't succeed to put a dent on the former couple's long-term relationship.
Matt told Us Weekly a few days ago, echoing his ex-wife's sentiment,
“We can drive each other crazy, but then we respect each other as well,”
He even went on to reveal that the pair often spent some quality time together with their respective girlfriend (Caryn Chandler) and boyfriend (Chris Marek).
“We ran an event just the other day - I was there with Caryn and [she was] there with Chris, and Amy and I and Chris and Caryn all had conversation. There was no tension in the room; it was all very easy.”
The TLC costars parents twins Jeremy and Zach Roloff, 28, son Jacob Roloff, 22, and daughter Molly Roloff, 25 and they exchanged their vows back in 1987. They announced their split in June of 2015.
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They maintained in a statement at the time, "After 27 years of marriage, it is with great sadness that we have come to the difficult decision to file for divorce.”
While concluding, "We are proud of what we have accomplished together."
The duo lives in the same Oregon farm in different houses, which they still run as a team. Nonetheless, it's highly doubted that the case will last for long.