Little People fans shocked as Jeremy Roloff posts then DELETES 'unflattering' video of his wife Audrey on Hawaii trip

LITTLE People, Big World fans have been left shocked after Jeremy Roloff posted and deleted an “unflattering” video of his wife Audrey.

The pair are away on a Hawaii trip with their three kids after she won he pair are away on a Hawaii trip with their three kids, which she said she won by “achieving a certain rank” at her essential oils job.


On Wednesday, Jeremy shared a short video of Audrey sitting outside on their vacation patio.

She looked like she had just gotten up as she was wearing a sweatshirt and no makeup, with her hair in a messy bun.

The mother of three sat there eating as Jeremy took a video of her and the ocean and orange sky behind her.

He quickly deleted it but not before LPBW fans saw it and shared it to Reddit.

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The original poster asked: “Uh oh did Jeremy have to sneak this past Auj?”

They then added: “A glimpse into their real life, I like it though!”

Other social media users couldn’t believe that he had actually posted the clip, even for a short while, as it’s “unflattering” and the pair usually likes to maintain a certain appearance online.

One LPBW fan wrote: “This is hilarious!”

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Another joked: “Holy cow he is gonna be in so much trouble for this one!!!”

A third commented: “He deleted quickly. I laughed because he hadn’t posted anything in weeks. And this was his come back.”

Audrey recently revealed the reason for the Hawaii trip – which she's on with her husband and their kids Ember, Bodhi, and Radley – in an Instagram Story post. 

She snapped a pic of the sunset, writing over it: "So we are here because I won this trip by achieving a certain rank in @youngliving. 

"I have actually won quite a few of these trips but have never been able to go because of timing or babies or book launches or pandemics.

"So we were very excited to finally be able to come to this one – especially since Maui has such a soft spot in our hearts."

Audrey has been documenting the family fun since shortly after they touched down in Hawaii.

She filmed at the lobby and a waterfall inside it at the Westin Maui Resort and Spa in Maui.

She also shared a short clip of Radley playing with a necklace made of flowers, called a lei.

On Friday, Audrey shared a series of family photos snapped in the midst of fun and posted on her Instagram Story.

She posted one snap of herself and her family smiling in what appeared to be a pool.

The influencer wore a brown bikini, holding her youngest son Radley, 5 months, in her arms as she smiled alongside husband Jeremy, 31, and their other children. 

Fans were quick to note Audrey's tan, however, which many seemed to think wasn't a natural sun-kissed glow.

On Sunday, Audrey hit back at a troll who slammed her for having a messy hotel room, sharing a screengrab of her message.

The original message read: "Jeez, I just screamed! Want to clean that room so badly! At least throw away the empty coffee mugs…

"Jesus Christ, no one, I repeat NO ONE is busy to clean up for 5 minutes! 2 adults!? I would be ashamed if my hotel room looked like that! Do better."

It came after another message from a fan who had spotted Audrey and her family enjoying their vacation and been sheepish about saying hello.

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After telling the kind fan, and others like them, to "please come say hi!" she changed course for critics.

Audrey told the hater: "Maybe if you're this kinda person don't come say hi though…"


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