AMY Roloff has shown off an eye-catching look in a new post from the farm.
The Little People, Big World star posted on Instagram on Monday, showing off her look from the first weekend of Roloff Farms’ pumpkin season.
In the post, Amy, 61, posed on the family’s 106-acre farm.
The TLC star stood in front of a bench surrounded by pumpkins, with a “Roloff Farms 2023” sign behind her.
Amy ditched her usual clothes for a black, red, and white cheerleading costume, along with metallic black and red pom poms.
The reality television personality explained her costume in her caption, writing: “Opening weekend for Pumpkin Season went fantastic. Warm, lots of people and had a great time meeting so many of you. I started off by cheering us on for a wonderful season because y’all will be there.”
She also noted that she and her husband Chris Marek would be making more appearances, promising: “Chris and I will be there all weekend (Friday-Sunday) and we hope to see more of you this weekend.”
After nearly 30 years of marriage, Amy and her ex-husband Matt, 61, announced their decision to divorce in 2015.
Amy and Chris met at a single’s mixer at Vine Gogh Artist Bar & Studio in Portland.
After three years of dating, they got engaged and then tied the knot in August 2021 after postponing the wedding due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Amy’s fun post from the weekend came after she admitted that her future appearances at the event weren’t as certain.
On Sunday, she posted a photo to Instagram with Chris and wrote: “We’re getting ready for Opening Day Pumpkin Season at Roloff Farms.
“We’ll be here every day (open Friday-Sunday) and we hope to see you here. Woohoo!”
One fan asked in the comments: “Will you be there on Saturday as well?”
Amy confirmed she would before admitting that she wasn’t sure if she’d be able to joinweekend.
She wrote: “Next weekend may be iffy for me as to when (I’ll be watching grandkids) but I’ll make it for a little bit.”
While Amy admitted that her attendance might be iffy, fans expressed their anger after Matt revealed that their son Zach, 33, wouldn’t take part in the tours of the farm at all
On Instagram, the farm’s account shared: “We have decided that private tours will not be offered this year. But good! You get to see so much of the farm on our wagon tours, and you’ll have a high chance of meeting Matt or Amy during the day at our pumpkin festival.”
One fan asked: “Is Zach giving tours this year?”
The account replied: “No but other family members are.”
In response, one critic slammed: “Not the same without Zach doing tours!”
Another stated: “If Zach’s not there I’m not going.”
The news came after The U.S. Sun exclusively revealed that Zach and his wife Tori, 32, are not expected to return to LPBW next season.