Little People, Big World's Audrey Roloff reveals she's leaving social media amid feud with sister-in-law Tori

LITTLE People, Big World's Audrey Roloff revealed she would be leaving social media amid her ongoing feud with sister-in-law, Tori.

With a farewell emoji, Audrey, 29, announced her break from social media on Instagram. 

Each time she had gone on break, she said the hiatus had been "so healthy and life-giving."

The TLC star promised to return and be more "inspired" while feeling "refreshed."

The Little People, Big World alum shared a black-and-white snapshot of herself and her husband, Jeremy Roloff, 31, for all to see. 

In the snap, Jeremy kissed his wife's head as the two embraced each other. 

In the caption of the photo, Audrey jokingly wrote: "If Instagram had away messages like AIM back in the day (90’s kid here) this would be mine…"

Audrey also added a verse from the Bible, quotes from Benjamin Franklin and Ann Voskamp in her lengthy post. 

The reality star mentioned she would be deleting the app and would not be checking in on her direct messages in the meantime. 

In her Instagram Story, Audrey shared the same black-and-white snapshot and wrote: "Signing off for a while."

Recently,  Zach, 31, and Tori, 30, celebrated the birthday of her 4-year-old son, Jackson, at the beginning of May.

Tori wrote: "These last 4 years have gone by too fast. Watching Jackson grow each year is such a blessing. We are so grateful to everyone who came to spoil and celebrate our baby J!"

Isabel Roloff, 22, attended the birthday celebration party and shared a short video of her husband, Jacob Roloff, 24, in an Instagram Story.

In the video, Jacob sat on the floor as he watched Jackson play around with his toys.

Missing from the festivities, Jeremy and Audrey did not post any pictures or Stories from the birthday party. 

Back in February, Audrey reportedly dissed her sister-in-law for being “annoying.” 

When a fan asked what her “Instagram pet peeves” were, Audrey responded: “I can’t say I haven’t done it, but when someone starts their story with ‘hey friends’ or ‘happy whatever-day-it-is.”

Tori started off her videos on her Instagram Stories by saying: “Hey friends.” 

Before offering suggestions for presents, Zach’s wife said: “Hey friends! I am here to share the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for your special someone.”

An LPBW fan on Reddit noted the "direct shade" and chimed in: “It annoys Audrey when people say “Hey Friends!” because she knows she’s not included in that greeting.”

Audrey and Tori have not acknowledged each other on social media in months, nor have they responded to each other's latest posts.

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