“Little People, Big World” fans who follow Jeremy Roloff’s wife, Audrey, on Instagram know that she posts photos of her and her husband quite often.Instagram/Audrey Roloff
Audrey’s love of posting cute photos with Jeremy didn’t stop on sister-in-law Molly Roloff’s wedding day:
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Molly is married!!!! Yesterday I got to stand behind my sister-in-law while she exchanged the most beautiful vows and said "I do." Congrats @mollyjoroloff you and Joel have such a solid foundation and and Jeremy and I cannot wait to watch you both live out "I do" for the rest of your lives. Cheers oneness! Watch my stories for a glimpse of this glorious day! #beating50percent #stayingido #journeyofjerandauj
Molly is married! Yesterday, I got to stand behind my sister-in-law while she exchanged the most beautiful vows and said “I do.” Congrats @mollyjoroloff you and Joel have such a solid foundation and Jeremy and I cannot wait to watch you both live out “I do” for the rest of your lives. Cheers oneness! Watch my stories for a glimpse of this glorious day! #beating50percent #stayingido #journeyofjerandauj
Many who follow Audrey thought it was a bit distasteful that when congratulating Molly and her new husband on Instagram, Audrey didn’t post a photo of Molly and Joel, but instead posted a picture of her and Jeremy.
Some of the comments read:
In Audrey’s defense, she did post two photos of the bride and groom on her Instagram story and later on her public Facebook page:
Nonetheless, a lot of people still believed that she should have posted more of Molly and Joel and less of her and Jeremy:
There were some followers who did attempt to justify Audrey’s actions, saying that Audrey probably didn’t post photos out of respect for Molly.
As fans of the TLC show know, Molly, along with her younger brother Jacob, prefer to keep their private life separate from the show. Those additional comments read:
As a mother of five with four daughters, three of whom are married, it was awfully thoughtful of you to not post a bunch of photos of the newly married couple. I know my daughters wanted a chance to put photos up on their own pages first.
A lot of couples don’t want pictures of their wedding posted until they themselves post a picture. I was in a wedding where the bride asked us not to post anything until they got their professional photos back. Who knows! And honestly, is it that big of a deal?! Everyone is so worried about the photo she posted or didn’t post instead of the kind and loving words for her sister in law and new husband.
Neither Audrey nor Molly have responded to the criticism.