LITTLE People, Big World's Audret Roloff has clapped back at fans who were surprised to see her and her husband Jeremy Roloff smoking cigarettes.
The LPBW alum's photos were from her 31st birthday party.
Audrey, 31, and Jeremy, 32 held a birthday bash at their new abode to celebrate the mom-of-three's recent birthday.
Jeremy is the brother of Molly, 28, Zach, 32, and Jacob, 24 and the son of Matt and Amy Roloff who brought their life to the small screen in 2006.
The bash was belated since Audrey's birthday was in May – and her man didn't wish her a happy birthday on Instagram, which some called odd.
But apparently, also odd was the fact that Audrey was "smoking" at her belated backyard bash – as was Jeremy.
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The couple posed on theme for their "Redneck party," as Audrey captioned one photo in her cloud of party snaps and videos on Sunday, July 24th.
Jeremy wore a red robe, his wife donning a jean overall number with a John Deere trucker-style cap and heavy eyeliner.
She also had her hair in pigtails and wore a red lip.
With a huge group of 12+ they played a "Waterballoon shootin'" game and seemingly, flip cup.
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'SINCE YOU HAD TO ASH…'
After the first few party posts, she felt the need to explain the cigarettes.
"I really hope ya'll know us well enough to know the answer to this…"
A fan had asked if she was really smoking on Instagram.
"All cigarettes were props to fit our costumes," Audrey then wrote over an all-black window, adding, "#smokingkills."
The Sun exclusively earlier revealed they had sold their old four-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom Portland, Oregon home.
Since then, the family has been settling into their new $1million farm, where the party appeared to be held.
Jeremy initially vied to take over his family's farm amid his father's retirement, but the plans fell through.
His twin brother, Zach, also put in an offer but ultimately couldn't agree with Roloff patriarch, Matt, 60, who decided to instead put a 16-acre plot of the family's land up for sale.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Matt is asking for about $4million with the sale of the "original family home and bright red barn."
Audrey and Jeremy opted to find their own dream farm to create memories with their three children: Ember, four; Bode, two; and newborn baby Radley.
They purchased the 1979-built two-story farmhouse in Hillsboro, Oregon, for an estimated $1.5 million two months ago.
Inside boasts four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a vast living room with exposed brick and wood paneling.
Outside, an expansive patio offers an incredible view of the trestle bridge, where Jeremy and Audrey got engaged back in 2015.
The photos were also surprising since Audrey and Jeremy follow a strict Christian lifestyle and promote conservative viewpoints.
Brother Zach and his wife Tori were not at the party and the two couples aren't exactly close.
In June 2020, Tori hinted that her youngest child Lilah had yet met her cousin, Jeremy, and Audrey's son, Bode.
Aubrey has said that's because they live "out of state"; in Washington.
Fans speculated that the Roloff farm was at the center of the feud, as Jeremy had been open about wanting to run it after his father retired and stepped down.
As was Zach fans have discovered this season of the show.
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Dad Matt and his other son Zach were recently at the same Little People of America conference together but seemingly avoided each other at all costs.
The conference took place in Washington where Zach who has three sweet kids of his own, now lives.
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