Little People, Big World’s Zach Roloff Is Engaged — Six Weeks After Twin Jeremy!
Credit: Zach Roloff on Facebook    

Reality Gossip

Little People, Big World’s Zach Roloff Is Engaged — Six Weeks After Twin Jeremy!

When you’re a twin, you grow up pretty much doing everything together — sharing clothes, friends, birthdays, and so on. So why wouldn’t you want to share your wedding day? That’s what Little People, Big World stars (and twins) Jeremy and Zach Roloff may be planning on doing!

Zach, 23, just announced this week that he proposed to girlfriend Tori Patton, 22, revealing the wonderful news in a Facebook status update.

"She said yes!" Zach proclaimed. "It's been a brilliant 24 hours and totally excited for what the future holds."

If that weren’t exciting enough already, this is actually the second Roloff brother to get engaged this spring! Just six weeks ago, Zach’s brother Jeremy announced his own plans to wed girlfriend Audrey Mirabella — and through Instagram, no less! These boys love their social media!

But back to Zach. The TLC star apparently proposed in a gorgeous open field — a romantic move he pulled off with the help of his bros.

"Thanks to my brothers Jeremy James Roloff and Jacob for capturing," Zach wrote next to the pics capturing the magic moment.

So cute! Hopefully these two might consider a double wedding — so fun! Plus, just think of the load off on their parents! And speaking of their parents...

"I couldn't be more proud or more overjoyed w/ my two sons Jeremy and Zachary," Amy Roloff posted to her own Facebook this week. "They've chosen a wonderful woman…I'm excited to have Tori and Audrey a part of the family – Love Love."

Mazel tov! So much love is in the air!

Send your best wishes and congrats to the boys in the comments below!

Source: People

Samantha Lear is an Assistant Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!

05.1.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Samantha Lear
Related: Reality Gossip, Celebrity Weddings & Engagements, News, TV Stars

Share on Facebook0Share on Google+0Tweet about this on Twitter0