Tori and Zach Roloff just hit a new relationship milestone!
The longtime couple, best known for showcasing their lives on the TLC reality TV series “Little People, Big World,” recently marked their 7th wedding anniversary.
In honor of the special occasion, Tori reflected on her fairytale romance with her adoring husband and dedicated an emotional tribute to the 32-year-old Oregon native.
Tori Roloff Showers Husband Zach With Praises In Sweet Anniversary Post
On Monday, July 25, the doting wife updated her Instagram page with a series of pictures of herself and her husband on a romantic date, presumably for their 7th wedding anniversary celebration.
The first slide captured the adorable couple posing outside in a warm embrace, with the former Kindergarten teacher rocking a casual but endearing ensemble that consisted of a flowy white dress.
Tori completed the comfy knee-length outfit with several bracelets, a smartwatch, an eye-catching pendant, and black sandals. Zach followed the same theme by donning a collared shirt with black trousers and matching black sneakers.
The second slide showed the reality TV star gazing out a restaurant window, while the last image featured a picturesque scene where the spouses posed in front of the ocean and a beautiful sunset.
If these heartwarming pictures were not enough to show the couple’s love for each other, Tori proved she had eyes for no other man by gushing about her husband in the caption. The 31-year-old wrote:
“11 years of knowing you. 7 years of marriage. 3 kids (+1). 3 houses. 1 incredible ride. I love you more this year than I did last and fall more in love with you every single day.”
The “+1” in the mother’s message may refer to the miscarriage she had in 2021. Before this unfortunate incident, the spouses were blessed with two children, 5-year-old son Jackson and 2-year-old daughter Lilah.
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In April 2022, the dynamic duo welcomed their third child, a son named Josiah. Like his father and siblings, the baby was born with achondroplasia, a form of short-limbed dwarfism.
Tori continued her anniversary tribute by lauding Zach with the highest praises. The TLC star described the 32-year-old as everything she could want in a life partner, given his outstanding husbandly and fatherly skills.
Following Tori’s love confession, the couple’s fans flooded the post with numerous congratulatory messages, including sweet comments from stars like fellow TV personalities Carlin Stewart and Jill Duggar Dillard.
This anniversary post was one of the many touching social media tributes the mother-of-three has dedicated to her “Little People, Big World” co-star.
As previously shared by The Blast, the 31-year-old glorified Zach’s parental skills on her Instagram Story by sharing a picture of the Oregon native with their daughter, Lilah.
In the image, the father and daughter looked as comfortable as two peas in a pod as they slept side-by-side on the toddler’s bed. Tori explained in the post’s accompanying caption that Lilah’s bedtime troubles caused the adorable situation.
According to the mother-of-three, the couple’s daughter got upset about sleeping at an unspecified time, and Zach came to the rescue by laying down on the bed until the pair fell asleep.
The Professional Photographer Teased Her Husband Following A Minor Injury
Last month, The Blast reported that Tori’s husband had suffered a minor hand injury after falling from an unspecified height.
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The 31-year-old shared the news on Instagram, where she uploaded two pictures of Zach alongside a lengthy caption about the shocking situation.
The photographer explained that her husband had been rushed to the emergency room after a nasty fall, noting that the pair believed the 32-year-old had broken his hand.
Fortunately, the TV personality did not experience any broken bones, but his thumb paid the price as the accident dislocated the finger, causing Zach to need a removable hand cast.
This injury meant that the famous “Hand Man,” who got the moniker for always holding and inspecting the hands of his wife and kids, would not be able to live up to the nickname until his thumb had healed.
Tori confessed that she was worried about Zach’s inability to hold her hand and embrace their children. However, the injured man’s first thought was not about his family but about not being allowed to play bocce ball.