Matt and Amy Roloff: It's Over!

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Move over, Bruce and Kris Jenner. You have company.

Another long-term marriage between two reality stars has come to an end, with Matt and Amy Roloff announcing their separation today after 26 years as Man and Wife.

Known for their roles on TLC's Little People, Big World, the couple told People in a statement

"Though we have weathered many storms together, we recently made the tough decision to engage in a trial separation.

"Matt remains living on the farm in our guest house and we work together everyday on the farm, on our business endeavors and most importantly, raising our amazing children."

The Roloffs and their four kids – twins Jeremy and Zack, 23, Molly, 20, and Jacob, 17 – star in the aforementioned reality program, which tracs the daily lives of the six-member family, three of whom have been diagnosed with dwarfism. 

They will appear in a new special that airs March 25 at 9 p.m. EST.

"We sincerely appreciate the unwavering support, understanding and prayers from our family, friends and many fans. May God bless you," Matt and Amy concluded.

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Certainly unfortunate. I can't help but think that reality television adds a slice of stress to a relationship which is often laced with too much drama for a relationship to survive. Boring relationships don't make for good television....if it bleeds, it leads. Just a month ago I wound up at a table next to the family at Bugatti's in Hillsboro, Oregon. With the exception of their fame (or is that infamy?) from being on reality television they appeared the same as every other family in the restaurant. Certainly they masked any public signs of the internal challenges.


good thing, he didn't fit the mold anyway.