Little People's Matt Roloff & Caryn Chandler 'have NOT received a wedding invite from Amy & Chris' ahead of big day

LITTLE People, Big World star Matt Roloff and his girlfriend, Caryn Chandler, have NOT received a wedding invite from his ex-wife Amy, but would attend, a source has exclusively told The Sun.

The TLC stars, who got together after Matt's split from Amy, are not yet included on the guest list for her big day with fiance Chris Marek, which she confirmed will take place this summer.


A source exclusively told The Sun: "Matt and Caryn haven't received an invite, but they were expecting to and would attend.

"Caryn is not a fan of Amy and doesn't want to go, but she'd support Matt, and all of the children and grandchildren will be there.

"They feel their wedding might end up being a small affair because of COVID, so it's likely they'll be left off the list altogether.

"They've been told very little about the wedding, they're basically in the dark, they aren't even aware of the venue, Amy is keeping her cards close to her chest."

The source added: "Even if it is an intimate wedding they feel it will be televised as part of the show.

"The family dynamics could make for interesting viewing of the preparations and big day."

The Sun has reached out to TLC for comment.

Amy, who has been engaged since 2019, shared a rare update on her future wedding to Chris, 56, recently, after they postponed tying the knot.

In a post on Instagram, she previously revealed their wedding will take place in late August or early September.

"Wow! The BIG day is getting closer," she wrote, alongside a photo of her and Chris.


"I can't believe in about 4 1/2 months I'll be married to this man – my friend and partner and love for the rest of my life."

The reality TV star, 56, added that she never believed she'd meet someone else she wanted to marry after her split from Matt, 59, in 2016 after almost three decades together.

She told fans: "The second time around [and last] is quite different in a [number] of good ways.

"Yes, we're different in many ways but also very together in others.

"Those difference[s] and togetherness encourages us to be our best, give and serve each other, support each other, appreciate our individuality and in it all, love each other so much.

"I'm very much looking forward to marrying this man. I'm thankful, grateful, faithful, and full of love. I pray and thank the Lord every day. What a blessing."

The loved-up pair planned to get married last year, but the coronavirus pandemic forced the couple to postpone their nuptials, according to Amy’s son Zach Roloff.

He told Us Weekly that they couldn't find any venues that were accepting new wedding dates.

Along with their son Zach, Amy also shares Jeremy, Molly, and Jacob with ex-husband Matt, while Caryn has two children of her own, Connor and Brittany.

Amy didn’t leave the family farm in Oregon until last year when she received a payout of $667,000 from Matt for her portion of the house.

Now, her and Chris are updating the quaint suburban home she purchased in October 2019, which is just a short 15-minute drive from the popular tourist attraction.

During the pandemic, the mother of four and her real estate agent fiance have been working on renovations to their home together.

Meanwhile, Matt and Caryn are rumored to be getting engaged soon, although they are yet to make it official.

A source previously told The Sun they would likely have an extravagant wedding which would be filmed for the TLC show.

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