It sounds like Matt Roloff and his girlfriend, Caryn Chandler, are pretty darn serious. Just how serious, do you ask? Well, she commented on Audrey Roloff‘s photo of Ember offering to babysit, and we’re sure the Little People, Big World star, 27, wouldn’t leave her daughter with someone she didn’t trust!
“My little sunshine girl,” Auj captioned several sweet shots of her only child. “Cute aggression is at an all-time max.” In response, Caryn, 51, wrote, “Sooooo adorbs! Need to bbsit [sic] her ASAP.” Aww.
The TLC patriarch, 57, and his ladylove have been dating for years, and although we think they’re cute as heck, not everyone agrees. Most recently, Matt clapped back after fans claimed he treats Caryn better than his ex-wife, Amy.
“Had you treated Amy the way you treat Caryn, maybe your marriage wouldn’t have hit the rocks,” someone wrote on a new photo of the couple with Molly and her husband, Joel. But Matt wasn’t impressed. In response, he simply wrote back, “If only you knew! Unfortunately, I’m not one to talk negative [sic] about anyone … especially the mother of my children … but if you had more facts that are missing, you would see an entirely different thing.” Mic. Drop!
There was also that time people accused Caryn of being a golddigger. Back in February 2018, Matt shared a selfie with his girlfriend, but all people seemed to be talking about were her intentions.
“She is only a gold digger. You need to wake [up], Matt. Can’t stomach Caryn.” Ouch. Another agreed, “She is a money grabber! Tramp not worth being with.” A third chimed in, “Same old, same old. Older man and younger woman. It’s always for the money. When will these men wise up? And why do all the women stick up for a man that left his wife for another woman? No haters, please. We women have to stick together.”
Sigh. We think they’re freaking adorable. Can’t wait for selfies with Ember when they babysit!
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