They’ve Got Pipes! Former ‘Little People, Big World’ Star Molly Roloff and Husband Joel Sing in Front of Zach and Tori
Who knew?! Former Little People, Big World star Molly Roloff and her husband, Joel Silvius, had a little jam sesh on Monday, April 22, while their sister-in-law Tori Roloff documented it all on Instagram.
The cute couple — who have been married for nearly two years — were sitting on the front porch (of their new home!!) while Joel strummed the guitar and sang alongside his wife. Clearly, the 27-year-old was impressed because she got her phone out to record the action.
“I love my people!” Tor captioned a shot with the pair, her husband, Zach Roloff, and their son, Jackson. Aww.
The TLC alum and her hubby have been largely MIA in recent years. Not only does Molly have a private Instagram account (so we can’t stalk, er, see what she’s up to), but she’s also no longer a regular on her family’s hit show. She stopped appearing on LPBW around the same time she moved away from the farm in Hillsboro, Oregon to study in Spokane, Washington. After graduating, it seemed like Molly decided to stay in Spokane with Joel. The couple tied the knot in August 2017 in a “fairy-tale” rustic wedding, which was not featured on the series.
But Molly isn’t the only Roloff kid to distance themselves from the show. Back in 2014, her younger brother, Jacob Roloff, decided to quit as soon as he turned 18 years old. Then, in July 2018, Molly and Jacob’s older brother Jeremy Roloff and his wife, Audrey, announced they would be exiting as well.
That said, we *do* catch glimpses of Mol on social media every now and then. Most recently, the crew took a big family trip to Michigan. “I’ve been missing this place so much. What a beautiful place I never knew existed and I got to explore with some of the most important people in my life,” Tori wrote on August 14. “I get it @amyjroloff I understand why you love this place. What a magical place. I haven’t felt this way about a place since I walked through the gates of Disneyland. I can not wait to go back to this place. Michigan, you have taken a piece of my heart forever.”
Can’t wait for our invite!
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