Tori Roloff has hinted that she and her husband, Zach Roloff, will be leaving “Little People, Big World”.
Tori, 31, held a Q&A with her Instagram followers on Wednesday when a fan asked how much longer they “plan on being on TV”.
“I think our time is definitely coming to an end, but we’re trying to enjoy it while he’s here!” she replied on a blank story.
The mother-of-three also wrote that their decision was influenced because of “all the misconceptions people have about us and our family because they only see what TLC shows them.”
This isn’t the first time Tori has hinted at their reality TV exit. In November, she told her fans she would be “walking away from filming” during a Q&A session.
Neither they nor TLC addressed the possibility of a release and did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
Zach, 32, has been on the hit show since 2006 and is Roloff’s only remaining child.
Her sister, Molly, and her brothers, Jacob and Jeremy Roloff, were on the show at first – but they’ve all since gone.
Tori and Zack – whose parents are Amy and Matt – have shared many ups and downs in their marriage, family relationships and health over the years.
Most recently, Tori and Zach ventured out on their first date since welcoming their third child together in April.
The couple married in July 2015 and announced the following year that Tori was pregnant with their first child, Jackson. They also share a 4-year-old daughter, Lilah.
The 24th season currently airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on TLC.