AMY Roloff has given fans an update on her latest side gig shortly after learning her son and his wife would not be returning to the show.
The Little People, Big World star took to Instagram on Monday to reveal the new cover of her cookbook, Eat, Love, Gather.
Amy, 60, had previously presented her followers with three options for the cover, which she asked them to vote on over the weekend.
Each cover had a different photo of the TLC star holding up a plate of food or glass of wine as she stood at her kitchen counter.
Amy’s newest video showed her wearing a casual outfit, consisting of a black top, jeans, and a patterned scarf, as she addressed the poll.
The LPBW star said “Cover A” was the winner, which showed Amy smiling for the camera as she held up a plate of pesto pasta.
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The ex of Matt Roloff also said that she expects her cookbook to be released in mid-October.
ZACH & TORI’S DEPARTURE
Amy’s newest gig comes after The U.S. Sun exclusively revealed that her son Zach Roloff, 33, and his wife Tori Roloff, 32, are not expected to appear on LPBW next season.
Matt’s other sons, Jeremy and Jacob, along with his daughter Molly, have also stopped appearing on LPBW.
Matt’s wife Caryn Chandler’s son Connor confirmed that cameras are currently rolling on the upcoming season of the TLC show, and Zach and Tori are not set to appear.
Connor revealed: “Based on what I know, maybe [they visit] twice a year.
“You know, they moved, obviously, they moved away and just with all the indifferences, they’re kind of doing their own thing.”
He continued: “I did hear through the grapevine that they do not want to be on another season if they show were to continue and they just want to do their own thing.
“I do believe no matter whether there’s a continuance or not, Zach and Tori probably will not be seen on the next season.”
Matt recently held his annual pumpkin festival at the family’s Oregon farm, which typically draws in hundreds, sometimes thousands, of attendees.
Zach, however, has opted not to participate in the festivities this year.
Matt previously revealed that the farm wonuldn’t be offering private tours this year.
Roloff Farms’ Instagram account posted the following announcement: “We have decided that private tours will not be offered this year.
“But good news! 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.”
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The news was further solidified when one fan inquired in the comments: “Is Zach giving tours this year?”
The account replied: “No but other family members are.”