As it turns out, contrary to various opinions over the years, Caryn Chandler is NOT using Matt Roloff for his money.
If anything, the Little People, Big World star just joked about on social media?
It’s the other way around!
Earlier this week, Matt shared a photo of himself, Caryn, his ex-wife, Amy, her second husband, Chris, and two long-time pals.
Wrote a follower in response to the snapshot:
“So when you say friends of 30+ years, you mean friends of [yours] and Amy. Hope you’re getting a prenup Matt.”
What a random remark to make, huh?
For one important thing, Roloff and Chandler are not engaged. Not yet, at least.
The father of four has hinted on numerous occasions that he will most definitely propose to Caryn, likely before the year is over.
The couple often quips about getting married one day on episodes of the aforementioned TLC program, too.
But no question has been popped just yet, making it odd for anyone to reference a prenuptial agreement.
But then there’s the question of why Roloff would require such a legal document.
Is he really worth that much more than Caryn?
Should he be legitimately afraid of losing a fortune if the two were ever to get married and then divorced?
According to Matt himself…. no and no!
“since she has a net worth 3x my worth. I hope she lets me sneak by, Caryn’s net wealth will surprise you,” wrote Matt in a surprising and candid response to the comment above.
“I need her to try [to] keep up.”
Oh, wow. Well… okay then!
Based on some research, Matt Roloff’s net worth is approximately $6 million.
Doing some quick and simple math, this would mean that Chandler has $18 million in the bank — which seems like a whopping sum for someone who, as far as we know, has only worked as a farm manager over the last few years.
Perhaps she has family money? Another well-paying gig?
Maybe Roloff is also just way off here?
Matt, meanwhile, may soon see his bottom line increase because he recently put 16 acres of his farm up for sale… for $4 million.
“Well the cats out of the bag. I want to make sure You all hear the big news directly from me,” Roloff said via Instagram on May 12.
“All of @rolofffarms has brought me and our family great joy for the past 30+ years!
“Today 16 acres of the farms 109 acres go up for sale including our original family home and bright red barn.
“It’s a tiny bit scary but mostly exciting. ….its time to move toward the next season of life.”
Since this announcement, Matt has come under some heat from his own family members, prompting a follow-up post in which defended his decision NOT to sell to either of his twin sons.
“My ultimate hope was that the entire Roloff Farms property would stay in our family for generations to come,” he wrote on May 15.
“Keeping that dream alive at this point in time was just not meant to be. Unfortunately, Roloff Farm farm cannot be legally divided into multiple parcels.
“My twin boys decided not to consider working together toward a possible joint sale.”
He then concluded:
“Both of them (along with their growing families) had moved on to other interests and investments…. and even tho a substantial family discount and a “gift of equity” was offered by both Amy and I….(and I still owe Amy a bundle of money) ..they decided individually that the timing was not right for them to purchase a part of the farm at this time.”
“Based on that, turning the big 60 in my cranky old body, the continuing maintenance/demands of the farm- the difficult decision was made so I could take steps toward my retirement goals.”
“The GOOD news….. you never know what the future might hold for the “93” un-charted & pristine acres that do remain in the Roloff Family for all to enjoy!”