Just a few days ago, we posed a simple, albeit intriguing, question:
This seemed like a natural inquiry to toss out to the Internet, considering Amy and Chris have been dating for several months and are clearly very smitten with each other.
They spend holidays together, they go on vacations together, they are very much...together.
So now, as a follow-up to that aforementioned question, we now pose another:
Is Amy Roloff engaged to Chris Malek?
Instagram is abuzz with this possibility on the heels of Amy's latest shared photo, which you can take a close look at above.
See that rock on her right hand? It's definitely new.
And it may be an engagement ring!
"I am super excited to ring in the wintry season with my new @fabfitfun winter box!" wrote Roloff as a caption to the photo, adding:
"I can’t wait to use my new Ponte Studio Aloe Infused Socks! I definitely recommend you head over to www.fabfitfun.com and use my code ROLOFF for $10 off your first box!
"The box also raises awareness to The American Heart Association so be sure to show your support and snag a box of your own!!"
Look past the promotion of socks and the savings you can earn at that website and read that caption again.
Notice the sixth word in Amy's caption?
Is she trying to tell us something? To point our attention to a certain piece of jewelry on her finger?
Amy and Matt Roloff filed for divorce two years ago.
Both have moved on and are now in serious relationships, with Little People, Big World viewers a tad critical of each.
Matt is dating Caryn Chandler, who served for awhile as his family's farm manager, which means she knows Amy pretty well and was close to the stars back when they were married.
It's less clear why anyone has taken issue with Amy and Chris.
They seem like a regular, perfectly content pair... and yet they've faced their fair share of criticism over the Internet.
Take this Instagram user's recent comment, for example:
"Big mistake, believe me, Amy can do better [than Chris]. He's just in it for the game [and] getting his face out there."
There's really no evidence to back this accusation up.
There's no reason to think that Malek is using Amy for fame or money at all.
"Try not to make quick assumptions about anyone from what you see on an edited show," Amy wrote in response to this critique, sort of slamming her reality series in the process.
Good for Amy for standing up for her man, right?
Or for her fiance, perhaps we should write?
We'll be keeping a close eye on her Instagram and Facebook pages to see if she confirms this rumor or not in the coming days.