LITTLE People, Big World stars Matt and Amy Roloff are on 'much better terms' as the exes are hanging out with each other's spouses, with the possibility of one day working together again.
Fans of the TLC show were left stunned to see the former couple, along with Matt's girlfriend Caryn Chandler and Amy's husband Chris Marek, vacationing together in Arizona recently.
And a source has now exclusively told The Sun that the foursome have grown a lot closer recently after years of tension, and are likely to go on further trips together.
The insider spilled: "They are all getting on so well, things have certainly changed course after viewers saw how awkward it has been in the past between them.
"The Arizona visit went very well, I wouldn't say they are incredibly close yet but they will probably be back at Matt and Caryn's vacation home again in the near future.
"A lot of the tension was between Caryn and Amy but they are making a real effort to get along, and each couple is trying to involve the other more in their lives."
The source went on: "I think it's important for them to be close because it's about being mature, but also realizing boundaries.
"The foursome also thinks there could be business opportunities between them, they see they can make each other a lot of money in the future if they are all on the same side."
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Fans noticed last month both Amy, 57, and Matt, 60, posted pictures with their significant others from the same location.
In both photos shared on Instagram, the couples smiled as they stood on a giant red rock in Sedona, Arizona.
Matt posted a photo dump of the weekend, including pictures of him and Caryn out exploring Sedona and on the airplane.
He captioned it: "These five photos a small slice of life these past few weeks."
Although there was absolutely no indication that he and Caryn were traveling with Amy and Chris, The Sun's source has confirmed they vacationed together.
"The trip will feature in the next series of Little People and fans will see how their relationships have evolved," they said.
SECRET ARIZONA TRIP
Amy posted a photo of herself standing in front of Chris, his hands on her shoulders, in front of a beautiful and scenic Arizona background.
She captioned her post: "Took a few days to travel to Arizona. Sedona was absolutely beautiful. A little chilly [for AZ?] but who cares.
"We still had a great time. I think we'll be back to see the gorgeous sights again and visit with family and friends."
Noticing the similarities, someone in Amy's comments posted: "Did you visit Matt and Caryn?"
A second fan replied: "I think they all went together as both of them posted from the same spot."
Matt and Amy, who share children Molly, Jacob, Jeremy, and Zachary, divorced in 2016 after 27 years of marriage.
In her memoir, A Little Me, Amy alleged her ex was involved with Caryn while the pair were still married and she was a long-time employee at Roloff Farms in Hillsboro, Oregon.
"Matt was spending more and more time at the tavern he often frequented in the evenings after filming and working on the farm, and our farm manager seemed to be around more and more often as well. What, if anything, was going on?" Amy writes in her book.
"Then it dawned on me. Matt and our farm manager, who had been working for us a number of years by then, seemed to have more than just a working relationship or friendship.
"I saw messages, pictures, and other things that should not have been shared between people who just worked together and were still married to other people," she writes. "I was devastated."
But after the couple split and Matt made it official with Caryn, 54, Amy ended up being the one to marry next, tying the knot with real estate agent Chris, 59.
The couple said 'I do' during an intimate ceremony at Roloff Farms back in August last year, with The Sun revealing photographs from their happy day.
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