Did Little People, Big World stars Zach and Tori Roloff ice out Matt and Caryn Chandler on Thanksgiving this year? It seems possible, based on what was shared on social media on the holiday. Wondering how Zach and Tori snubbed Matt and Caryn? Keep reading for all of the details.
If you’ve been watching Little People, Big World, you know that there is ongoing drama between Zach and Tori and Matt and Caryn. It all really began when they negotiated over Roloff Farms. Ultimately, it was decided that Zach and Tori wouldn’t be purchasing the farm, so they went ahead and found a different piece of land for their family to enjoy.
As shown on TLC, there is still some distance between Matt and Caryn and Zach and Tori Roloff. Fans saw that Zach and Tori weren’t allowing Caryn to meet their newest child Josiah. Things don’t seem to be improving much.
Now, it looks like Tori and Zach couldn’t put their differences aside, even during the holiday season.
Did Zach & Tori Roloff ice out Matt & Caryn Chandler on Thanksgiving?
On Thanksgiving, Tori gave Amy Roloff a couple of shoutouts via social media but didn’t say anything about Matt and Caryn. On her Instagram Stories, Tori Roloff shared a photo of Zach with their three kids, Jackson, 5, Lilah, 3, and Josiah, 6 months. She said, “I am so grateful for my husband and mother-in-law. They both pulled through to make sure our kids got a turkey dinner.”
In an Instagram post, Tori explained how her Thanksgiving went, revealing that she was sick at home. She said, “He’s taken such great care of all us the last two days. He also took our kids to my MILs to have a real thanksgiving dinner and be with family!”
Then, she tagged Amy and said she wouldn’t be upset to receive some leftover pie.
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Now, it is possible that Zach and the kids chose to spend time with Amy for a different reason this year. But there’s also a chance it has something to do with the ongoing feud with Matt and Caryn.
So, do you think that Zach and Tori Roloff purposely iced out Matt and Caryn on Thanksgiving? Or do you think it simply worked out that way? Sound off in the comments section below, and come back to TV Shows Ace for more news about the Roloff family. Plus, don’t miss new episodes of LPBW on Tuesdays on TLC and discovery+.
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