There’s something very different about Audrey Roloff!

In addition to sporting a baby bump in recent days, fans have also been speculating that the Little People, Big World star may have gone under the knife to get a rhinoplasty — better known as a nose job — so we spoke to some plastic surgeons to see what they thought about Mrs. Jeremy Roloff’s changing looks in recent years!

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Audrey in 2013 (left) vs. 2017 (right).

“It does look like she had a rhinoplasty,” Dr. Vartan Mardirossian — a board-certified plastic surgeon who has never treated the reality star — tells In Touch exclusively. “The tip and the straight part (aka dorsum) of her nose look more refined, more straight, and less prominent on her photos of 2016/2017 when compared to 2013. Her result is really good, so she must have gone to an expert surgeon.”

While Dr. Mardirossian praised what he believes to be the work of another skilled surgeon, fellow board-certified surgeon Dr. Andrew Miller, who also has not seen or treated Auj, tells In Touch he’s not convinced.

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Audrey in 2013 (left) vs. 2016 (right).

“Based on these photos, I would say no,” Dr. Miller explains, exclusively. “Her smile is different in the photos and that can make the nose look different.”

These days, Audrey is used to her changing body — though it’s not the result of plastic surgery, but rather, her pregnancy! She and her husband are expecting their first child, a girl, due in early September.

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Earlier this year, she and her husband decided to relocate back to their native Portland, OR, to be closer to their families when it’s time for their little girl to make her big debut.

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Last night was out last night in our beloved Bend home… The decision to leave Bend was not made without MANY long, intense, and tearful conversations. Ultimately, Jeremy lead us in the decision to move back to Portland to be close to our families and the farm with baby girl on the way – eliminating the copious amounts of back and forth we've been doing over the past two years…. Moving is always hard. Not just physically, but emotionally – and not just because I'm 6 months pregnant. I have a tough time leaving places that hold so many sweet memories. I think Bend will always feel like home to us. I'm brimming with thankfulness as I reflect back on all of the ways that the Lord has provided for us, refined us, grown us, blessed us, and worked through/in us during our time in Bend. The hardest part about moving is hands down leaving our community. Our house church family in Bend is truly the most honest, generous, vulnerable, encouraging, accountable, God-fearing, spirit-lead, and Jesus loving group of people I've ever been given the privilege to do life with. To say our faith has been stretched and strengthened these past few years is a staggering understatement. I am torn between excitement and sadness – to be expected with such transitional times in life. Nevertheless, Jeremy and I topped off a full day of packing with some pizza on our empty bedroom floor, a tearful (on my end) illumination of the past two years, and a prayer for all that lies on the road ahead. #alwaysmore #journeyofjerandauj #beating50percent #stayingido Since we begun the packing process, I've been living in this maternity robe from @shoppinkblush plus I'm a sucker for all things floral💗 #shoppinkblush #6monthspregnant #26weekspregnant

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“The decision to leave Bend was not made without MANY long, intense, and tearful conversations. Ultimately, Jeremy lead us in the decision to move back to Portland to be close to our family and the farm with baby girl on the way — eliminating the copious amounts of back and forth we’ve been doing over the past two years… Moving is always hard. Not just physically, but emotionally — and not just because I’m six months pregnant,” she wrote on Instagram. “I have a tough time leaving places that hold so many sweet memories. I think Bend will always feel like home to us. I’m brimming with thankfulness as I reflect back on all of the ways that the Lord has provided for us, refined us, grown up, blessed us, and worked through/in us during our time in Bend.”

We can’t wait to see what the next chapter looks like for Jer and Auj!