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Little Couple's Dr Jen Arnold shares adorable pics of kids Will, 11, and Zoey, 9, together as fans fear show is canceled

LITTLE Couple's Dr. Jen Arnold shared adorable pics of her kids Will and Zoey together as fans fear that the show is canceled.

The TLC show has been on hiatus since its last episode aired in 2019 following 11 years on the network.


The reality star shared a TikTok video on Instagram of her two kids baking treats in the kitchen.

The clip shows her youngest child Zoey, nine, mixing ingredients in a large bowl with a whisk while wearing a patterned apron.

Jen's preteen son, Will, 12, followed suit on the other end of the island sporting a Star Wars-themed apron.

The video then captures Zoey scooping the batter onto a baking sheet while her brother washes his hands.

The clip concludes with Will walking with the tray of equally distributed dough towards the oven with a smile across his face.

The reality star has been sharing a lot more photos of her kids on social media lately as she previously revealed that she was working from home amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Being a cancer survivor, the Johns Hopkins doctor revealed she needed to stay safe at home.

Jen and her husband Bill Klein married in 2009 and adopted their two children from China and India as toddlers.

FANS' CONCERN

Fans have been questioning the show's return since a season 15 premiere date has yet to be released.

In the comments section, fan's voiced how much they enjoyed the reality series and wondered when the family of four will be back on the air.

One wrote: "They are so cute. I really miss seeing them in your show. I have really enjoyed seeing them grow up."

While another went straight to the point asking: "When are you all coming back on the air?!"

LAWSUIT SETTLEMENT

Bill and Jen have remained busy as they recently finalized an on-going lawsuit with the TLC show's producers.

The legal matter started in June 2016 when producer LMNO Cable Group sued Discovery Communications for $7 million.

In court papers obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, LMNO Cable Group claimed their accountant falsified records to hide hundreds of thousands of dollars in embezzled money.

In May 2017, the couple intervened in the case claiming that they were “entitled to a portion of LMNO’s contingent compensation in The Little People.”

In court papers obtained by The Sun, the parties agreed to mediation and reached a settlement agreement.

The court ordered the lawsuit be dismissed in light of the “successful” mediation and settlement.

The couple reportedly earned $40,000 per episode since its premiere in 2009.



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