LITTLE People, Big World's Matt Roloff showed off the layout for his new home on the farm as he got ready to wed his girlfriend Caryn Chandler.
Matt, 59, shared the snap of an empty plot of land on Instagram.
The Little People, Big World star explained he had about "one shot" to figure out the "exact positioning and layout" of his "new house."
Matt teased in the caption of the snap: "Not as easy as you might think."
Matt and his ex-wife Amy, 56, divorced in 2018.
Shortly after Amy had left the Roloff family farm last year, Matt showed the fans the inside of his “completed” luxury log cabin, which he had built for his new bride-to-be.
Along with an exterior shot of the cabin, the reality star provided a snap that showed his fiancée, Caryn, as she sat outside on a log.
During last month's season premiere of the TLC show, Matt insisted that Amy, who is now engaged to realtor Chris Marek, should consider the 110-acre farm as an alternative wedding venue.
A source exclusively told The Sun that Amy is fully on board and even called for a truce with Caryn.
The insider said: "Amy and Chris are now planning to have the wedding at the farm, and it will be in three months, things are coming together.
"It was Matt's idea initially and Caryn went along with it because they are trying to keep things cordial between them all.
"The reason Amy didn't want to have it at the farm at first is because of the emotional history there, and she didn't know if everyone was on the same page yet.
"Caryn isn't a huge fan of Amy, she feels they are more acquaintances than friends, but she just wants Matt and the family to be happy and for everyone to move on."
"Strict health and safety regulations" will take place as wedding guests will be tested for COVID-19 beforehand.
Recently, Jacob, 24, reunited with his father Matt and his four-year-old nephew Jackson, the child of Zachary Roloff, 31, and his wife Tori, 30, on the family farm.
After taking a selfie with Jackson, Jacob, who is married to Isabel Rock, 23, shared two videos of Matt operating a crane as he transported dirt and participated in “A1 excavator maneuvering.”
Jacob wrote: “Hauling earth and plantin seeds with @mattroloff, J, and Luna.”
Jacob's visit came after he claimed on Instagram he was “molested” and “groomed” by executive field producer Christopher Cardamone, 44.
Chris, who was arrested in 2008 for child sex crimes. had worked as a senior producer on the TLC program for 134 episodes between 2007-2010.
Jacob was between the ages of 10 to 13 years old when Chris had worked on the TLC show.
The reality star made it clear on social media that his parents, Matt and Amy, are not to blame for the alleged incident.
However, fans accused Matt of “downplaying” his son’s claims about the alleged abuse.
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