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“Little People, Big World” star Amy Roloff is opening up about her recent wedding and sharing some of the important lessons she learned from her previous marriage to ex Matt Roloff.

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Amy and her now-husband Chris Marek recently spoke with Entertainment Tonight, months after they tied the knot. Following five years of dating, the couple held their wedding in August at her ex-husband’s Roloff Farms in Hillsboro, Oregon, which Amy revealed had initially been their “plan B” venue.

According to the reality star, it was Marek who ultimately convinced her that getting married for the second time at the farm was meaningful.

“I mean, I’ve raised my kids there. I’ve been on that farm for many, many years, but it’s also where we met. It’s also where our relationship grew and became what it was. So to solidify it, and start our married life with our wedding there, and then going off into the sunset, makes sense,” Amy told ET.

Amy also shared that it was Matt who brought up to her and Marek the idea of holding their nuptials on the farm.

She went on to reveal that her divorce from Matt gave her some valuable lessons that she’s taking with her into her second marriage.

“I think the one thing that I was very happy and very proud of and definitely hung onto, well, two things maybe. Number one was my faith, but number two was so many women can look down upon themselves that they’re not worthy,” Amy explained.

She continued, “They’re not good enough. Something must have been wrong, or whatever the reason may be, and I came out of it. It’s something that broke. It’s something that didn’t work out, but I’m still good. I’m a good person. I have a heart. Something got lost along the way, but to end a relationship like that in the public eye and still come out. I’m OK with just me. If I never have that opportunity to find someone, I’m good with me. I like being with me.”

Amy, 57, and Matt, 60, were previously married for 27 years before filing for divorce in June 2015. They share twins Zach and Jeremy, 31, daughter Molly, 27, and son Jacob, 24. Amy met Marek in 2016, and they got engaged in 2019.

For his part, Marek was happy that the big, extended Roloff family has welcomed into the fold. According to him, he enjoys being a part of the family and is grateful for their acceptance. Marek also shared that he is looking forward to getting closer and growing together with them.

Amy admitted that she was initially worried that her kids and grandchildren would not like Marek. But her family loving and accepting her husband was the “cherry on the cake” for her.

“My heart is just overflowing with such thankfulness and love that over the five years that we’ve been dating and knowing each other, the kids have been able to get to know Chris and know Mom’s going to be OK. She picked a great guy,” Amy added.

The reality star said having their acceptance and support was important because “family and my kids are everything to me.”

Amy and Marek’s special, “Little People, Big World: Amy & Chris’s Happily Ever After,” premiered Tuesday at 9 p.m. EST on TLC.

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