‘Little People, Big World’ Fans Don’t Think Audrey and Jeremy Roloff Should Be Giving Marriage Advice
We can’t believe we’ve been watching Little People, Big World for 14 years, as a ton has changed for the Roloff family since the very beginning. Nowadays, we’re keeping up with Matt and Amy Roloff post-divorce as they try to figure out what to do with the Roloff Farms property. And fan favorites Zach and Tori Roloff are keeping fans in the loop with updates on baby Jackson and their move. There are quite a few key family members that are no longer part of the show, however — and Jeremy and Audrey Roloff are top of mind.
Instead of taking part in Little People, Big World, Audrey and Jeremy Roloff have decided to promote their highly-religious marriage and write about their love story in a book. Unfortunately, fans aren’t necessarily buying their advice. Here’s why.
Audrey and Jeremy Roloff heavily promote their covenant marriage
Many fans may not have realized that the Roloffs are a religious bunch — and Jeremy seems to be the most Christian of them all. He and his wife, Audrey, are in a covenant marriage that’s deeply rooted in their faith, and they even have an entire company titled Beating 50 Percent that’s committed to helping other couples get closer to God for the good of their marriage. As they state on their website, “Mission: To inspire covenant marriages to beat average, to encourage husbands and wives to give more than 50% to their spouse, and to revive marriages that are indispensable – marked by fixing instead of throwing away.”
While Audrey and Jeremy seem generally harmless and wholesome, some of their beliefs have come under fire by fans, too. The couple doesn’t seem to support same-sex marriage, and Audrey’s pastor made it known that he doesn’t believe in marriage equality. Not only that, but Audrey has also said a few inflammatory comments about motherhood, and it seems the very open-minded Jacob Roloff isn’t a fan of hers, either.
They released a book with marital advice, though they just tied the knot in 2014
If you’ve seen Jeremy and Audrey around more recently, it’s because they’re promoting their book, A Love Letter Life. “If you want a love story that is creative, intentional, and faithful, then grab your copy of A Love Letter Life today!” Audrey wrote on her Instagram “We cannot wait to hear how it inspires, empower, and equips you to live a love story that you would want to have read back to you one day. To prepare for, pursue, and protect your own love letter life.”
It seems Jeremy and Audrey are sparing no details in their book, too, as they seem to have all the answers for how to make a marriage work. Good Housekeeping notes the two go into how Jeremy had to cut off his friendship with another woman in order to be closer with Audrey, and he even had an issue with looking at provocative images that seriously threatened his relationship. It sounds like Jeremy and Audrey have certainly been through a lot — but fans are quick to remember that they tied the knot just a few years ago in 2014. Parts of their recent wedding were even taped for Little People, Big World.
Fans have trouble taking the couple seriously
It seems like A Love Letter Life is selling quite well for Jeremy and Audrey, though fans who’ve been following the Roloffs for years seem to have different opinions on the couple. Not only have fans said Jeremy and Audrey are way too in-your-face with their religious ways, but they also doubt their relationship is as perfect as it seems. As one Reddit user said, “Don’t people say that the people who post super lovey dovey things about their relationship on social media are the ones who have terrible relationships? Like they’re hiding something?”
Many others don’t think Jeremy and Audrey should be giving advice because of how young their marriage really is. One Reddit user sarcastically stated, “They’ve been married for like 2 years now, right? They’re basically experts at this point.” And another fan commented on an interview of Jeremy and Audrey, “I’ve been married 31 years and as far as I see not everything works for everyone. They certainly haven’t put in the time or years to give advice.”
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