LITTLE People, Big World stars Tori and Zach Roloff marked their fifth wedding anniversary with a luxury child-free holiday.
The couple were without their kids – Jackson, three and eight-month-old Lilah – as they enjoyed some time alone at a stunning Oregon resort.
Traveling together to their destination, an excited Tori teased her husband as he drove.
Focusing the camera on Zach, she said: "Look at my date for the weekend!
"Anniversary weekend here we come – get it, send it!"
She captioned the video and admitted: "I will be embarrassing him like this all weekend."
She then tried to film the 30-year-old using an Instagram filter which enhanced his blue eyes.
When he voiced his resistance and put a hand up to the camera, she insisted: "The filter makes you look so good – look how blue your eyes look.
"Wow, I married this guy – five years!"
The mum-of-two then went on to share a beach side view of their hotel, The Stephanie Inn, and captioned the idyllic snap: "Vitamin sea".
Uploading a sunset shot of her husband as they played card games together outside, she described the moment as "perfection".
Recently Zach was slammed after a video showed him pushing Tori into a paddling pool while she was holding their son Jackson.
Tori uploaded the clip to her Instagram stories and wrote: "Dads are the worst."
One person said: "Anyone else find this really not funny on Zach’s part?"
Another added: "This is so unsafe and not cool at all.
"Jackson was obviously scared and Tori could have been hurt.
"It’s childish and I’m honestly surprised she posted it. I’m sure they’re going to take heat for it and they should."
The incident followed Tori, 29, was forced to defend herself against mom-shamers who wondered about Jackson's health after fans noticed his bent leg in a family photo.
She addressed the concerns and said: “I am not responsible for teaching the world anything about dwarfism or a pandemic or any other global issue.
"However, it is my privilege to have a platform where I can share information on things I find important like dwarfism or a pandemic or other global issues.
She went on: "I did not chose to be in the public eye. I fell in love and I chose my husband then and I choose him every day since.
"This all comes along with him and our family and I feel like I’ve done a damn good job of being the best I can be.
“I don’t owe you anything. You don’t own me. You can’t manipulate me.
"This is my Instagram and I can choose what I want to share.
"If this doesn’t sit well with you… I’m sorry. It’s not my job to change your mind.”
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