Matt and Amy Roloff, stars of the popular TLC series "Little People, Big World," filed for divorce in June 2015, after one year of legal separation. The two have four children and were married for 27 years.
"Little People, Big World" first premiered in 2006. The show chronicles the daily life of Matt and Amy Roloff, who have dwarfism. The couple have four adult children: Jeremy, Zack, Molly and Jacob. In March 2014, the couple said in a statement that they were living separately while trying to sort out their marital problems. Matt and Amy Roloff appeared together at their son Jeremy's wedding in September 2014, but ultimately the couple filed for divorce less than one year later, citing irreconcilable differences.
Matt and Amy Roloff were married on September 12, 1987, in Redford, Michigan. Since 1990, the two have owned and operated Roloff Farm, which spreads across 34 acres and is used as a event center and a tourist attraction during pumpkin season.
In a joint statement made in June 2015, the Roloffs stated that they would continue to co-parent and work together to run their business, Roloff Farm. They also stated that their children would remain their top priority.