Little People fans shocked after they spot VERY private family member in the background of new clip in rare appearance

A ROLOFF family member has appeared on Little People, Big World, as fans spot them in the background of a scene from the latest episode.

Several siblings have opted not to appear on the long-running TLC show.

However, eagle-eyed viewers noticed Jacob Roloff's wife, Isabel, make a brief cameo in the latest episode.

Isabel was seen standing near the barn in the background as the family matriarch, Amy Roloff, 57, greeted friends during the farm's final day of pumpkin season.

The red-headed beauty looked discreet, donning a jacket and a hat while celebrating the event with her extended family.

Viewers were shocked at the Isabel sighting as she and her husband primarily shy away from the cameras.

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Comments flooded in on Instagram as fans pointed out her appearance on the show.

One person wrote: "You were on LPBW today! Pumpkin season."

Isabel jokingly commented: "yikes lol probably look like a pumpkin myself," referring to her pregnant belly as she was expecting her now 5-month-old son, Mateo.

The 26-year-old hasn't completely stayed away from the drama that's ensued this season, as she commented on the bitter feud between patriarch Matt Roloff and her brother-in-law, Zach Roloff.

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Earlier this month, Isabel shared an Instagram post about letting people see the consequences of their actions.

She went on to say that her mother warned her, but she didn't listen.

Many of her followers reposted it, and it got a lot of attention.

Then, the mother of one shared someone else's quote to her story with the caption, "Add this to my last post."

"Having compassion and empathy for why someone behaves the way they do based on their experiences, never means you have to tolerate the behavior or hold the space for it," it read.

"You can absolutely have compassion and set a boundary. This is what it means to also have compassion for yourself," the post ended.

A few days before, Isabel posted a cryptic meme on her stories.

It was from the Will Ferrell movie, The Campaign, and read, "Bring your brooms… cause it's a mess."

Isabel has not publicly come out and said it is about the family's feud or whose side she is on.


Zach and Matt were at odds over who would take over the farm, which has played out in the show's current season.

Matt recently announced that he was putting the Roloff farm up for sale after failing to come to an agreement with Zach, 32, and his twin brother Jeremy, who both expressed interest in buying the property.

Sources revealed to the Sun that Matt might soon retire and spend more time at his vacation home in Arizona with girlfriend Caryn Chandler.


Matt had hoped that his youngest son, Jacob, 25, would take over despite his decision to put the farm on the market.

A source close to the 60-year-old told The Sun: "Matt would prefer Jacob and wife Isabel to take over the farm but he's not sure they are on board at the moment." 

"Matt is on good terms with all his sons…but the situation of who will take over the farm is still an issue yet to be resolved."

The insider continued: "He is the youngest son but Matt knows Jacob has potential, they are on the farm a lot, and Matt thinks this is a good way to teach him a lot of things he needs to learn.

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"Zach has also mentioned taking over the farm, and Jeremy has said in the past he would like it, so Matt is still kind of stuck on what the next steps are, but he would prefer Jacob."

The source concluded: "Matt is on good terms with all his sons…but the situation of who will take over the farm is still an issue yet to be resolved."

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