In an exclusive sneak peek at Tuesday’s Little People, Big World, the grandma-to-be decides to drop some pretty juicy news while she juggles with idea of her daughter Molly staying in Washington after graduating college.
“I’m having a good time,” Roloff, 52, tells Molly of her recent single life. “You know, I had a couple of pool parties. I had, like, 40 people here. No, I probably had, like, 50 people here. Then this guy Chris that I met, he came to the party too. We got to talking and he invited me to go on a motorcycle ride. Oh, I’m having a ball!”
In 2015, Amy and her then-husband, Matt, filed for divorce after 27 years of marriage; their split was finalized in May 2016.
“I think we all worried a little bit about our parents going through a divorce like that and especially coming right as we’re all moving out,” admits Molly, 23, in the clip. “That’s already hard for parents. I’m glad my mom is getting out. I think that’s good because it would be really easy to just kind of get stuck.”
Though Amy continues to live on the farm with her ex-husband, she’s looking forward to the next chapter in her life.
“I find the single life at my stage right now all brand-new,” Amy previously said. “I feel like I’m in high school again.”
Little People, Big World airs Tuesdays (8 p.m. ET) on TLC.