Did Tori Roloff really just go there?
Did the Little People, Big World star really just go on the passive aggressive attack against her sister-in-law, Audrey?
Early last week, Audrey and Jeremy Roloff hosted a podcast in which they tried to give listeners some advice amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and related shelter-at-home orders across the country.
They likely meant well by doing so.
But the famous couple was quickly dragged by many observers afterward because they came across as super privileged, seemingly unaware that most folks out there aren’t as rich as they are.
There’s just something tone deaf after anyone with lots of property — and no concern about job or financial loss — offering any words of wisdom to folks who live a very different life, you know?
Later, Audrey was once again slammed for apparently not social distancing on Easter.
So, where does Tori fit into this recent onslaught of criticism against her loved ones?
The mother of two took to her own Instagram page on Saturday and posted a pretty picture of herself and baby daughter Lilah.
“Today I was walking around the farm and stopped to feed Lilah girl in the gazebo where Zach and I got married,” wrote Tori, continuing as follows:
“Wow. It was in that moment I realized how blessed I am.
“In these crazy times of uncertainty it’s really made me slow down and appreciate every moment of every day.
Was Tori calling out Audrey with this message?
Was she emphasizing her good fortune and acknowledging how different she is from others because Audrey was recently trashed for not doing so?
Concluded the popular reality star:
I really pray that y’all are staying mentally healthy though. Even sitting out in your backyard for a picnic can have such a positive influence on your day.
We’re all in this together people!! Praying your healthy right now!
In her comments section, meanwhile, a follower remarked that she was really struggling these days, to which Tori replied:
Pretty great, right?
Zach Roloff recently opened up about how close his son is to Audrey’s daughter, so the odds of Tori purposely hurling shade at her sister-in-law here seem pretty low.
But the contrast between the women and their outlook on life, along with their self-awareness levels, is rather stark, don’t you think?
Audrey could learn some things from Tori.