Isabel Rock has said very little over the years.
She hasn't really had to, of course, as she wasn't dating Jacob Roloff back when he was a prominent cast member on Little People, Big World
The couple mostly got serious after Jacob quit the show back in the summer of 2016.
But now, just over a month before she becomes Mrs. Jacob Roloff, Rock has felt a need to speak out.
That's what happens when strangers are all up in your personal business; heck, all up in your person itself, specifically your womb.
This is what we mean:
Earlier this week, Little People, Big World patriarch Matt Roloff shared a gallery of images to his Instagram account, including a snapshot featuring himself posing alongside his son and future daughter-in-law.
Matt did so because he and Jacob had just picked out the latter's suit for his September 7 wedding.
“Look who popped over for a visit ..they wanted to show me the final look of the New Man!” Matt wrote as a caption, adding:
“Working hard every day getting the farm shaped up for their big day.”
Indeed, Jacob and Isabel will be exchanging their vows on Roloff Farms, just as Tori and Zach Roloff did and just as Audrey and Jeremy Roloff did.
However, instead of focusing on these nuptials and/or on Jacob's fancy look... a bunch of social media honed in on Rock's stomach and wondered if there was a person growing inside of there.
Pretty inappropriate, right? And yet something that happens all the time online.
“Are they expecting?” one person asked.
“She looks pregnant,” another remarked.
“She sure does look pregnant to me that's for sure,” wrote a third individual.
But Rock didn't let this speculation linger for too long, jumping into the Comments section and writing simply:
“Definitely not pregnant,” she wrote. “Just a flowy dress."
Jacob and Isabel got engaged in December of 2018 while vacationing in Iceland, with Roloff dropping to one knee with a ring concealed in a handcrafted wooden box.
Wrote Rock on Instagram of the romantic gesture:
“My heart started beating so fast. He handed me my gift; a tiny black box, inside of it a tiny bag, with a stunning turquoise ring. I slowly pulled it out, and to my complete surprise, it was a ring we had seen earlier that day -- a handmade Icelandic ring that was my favorite color.
"But it was definitely not an engagement ring!
"Tripping over my words I said, 'Oh.. it’s.. it’s beautiful,' because it was, but I will admit I was completely thrown off!"
Concluded Rock at that time:
"Right then, Jacob spun me around and said, 'Alright, one more gift…' and that is the moment he got down on one knee and asked the question I’d been longing to hear...
"He asked with a ring box he had hand built out of real wood and my dream ring. I said 'YES!' and leapt into his arms to hug him and we both cried."