LITTLE Couple star Jen Arnold shared a rare photo with husband Bill Klein in celebration of World Cancer Day.
The TLC star famously fought the disease.
Jen posted a photo of herself and Bill in what appeared to be a hospital.
The doctor rang a bell in the photo, traditionally meant to mark the end of cancer treatments.
She shared the snap on World Cancer Day, posting a heartfelt caption about her own battle.
“Feeling so fortunate to be a survivor on this #worldcancerday!
“Thinking of all those who have survived gracefully, still fighting bravely, & those who we have lost tragically.”
The post came amid reports that Jen, Bill and their kids are moving to Boston from Florida.
In Touch Weekly reported the news, revealing that Jen accepted a position at Harvard.
The outlet claimed that the reality star would be working as Boston Children’s Hospital’s Simulator Program director.
‘MAKE THINGS HAPPEN’
Jen teased the news online prior to the magazine’s report.
She shared a photo of a notebook on Instagram with “Make Things Happen” written on the cover.
The post featured a piece of paper with letterhead that listed both the Simulator Program and Harvard Medical School Teaching Hospital on it.
Jen included the hashtags “change is good” and “more to come.”
Fans quickly flocked to comment on the post and wished her well.
“You will be so missed,” one fan commented.
“Congratulations Jen! Although you will definitely miss the beach! Blessings to you and your beautiful family!!” another added.
A third follower wrote: “Oh my goodness! That’s amazing! Congrats and best of luck!”
“Congrats to you… Boston will be amazing for all of you… so much to explore for both Will and zoey! Kudos to you!!” another commented.
She is now listed as staff on Boston Children’s Hospital’s website.
Her bio reads: “I am both a passionate neonatologist and healthcare simulator educator.”
The bio also read: “As a person born with a physical disability, a rare type of skeletal dysplasia, it has been my goal as a physician to give back and help future generations of babies and kids lead healthy and happy lives.
“It was the inspiration of my own surgeon, Dr. Steven Kopits, who inspired me to enter into medicine.”
Prior to accepting the position, Jen, Bill and their two children had been living in St. Petersburg, Florida.
They have yet to reveal any details.
It’s unclear if and when they intend to move.
Jen, Bill, Will and Zoey moved to Florida in 2017.
They made the move after Jen was hired as director of the Simulation Center at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Medical Center that same year.
They purchased a $2.1 million home, according to Realtor.com, leaving Houston behind.
The home was built in 2005. It features three floors and a sea wall to protect it from the water.
Jen and Bill’s Florida mansion is located across the street from a golf course.
It boasts 5,441-square-feet. The house has six bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, and an elevator.
There is also a home office, a formal dining room, and a media room with a small kitchenette.
In the master suite, there is a breakfast kitchen.
News of an apparent new chapter in the family’s lives comes as fans have been waiting for an update about The Little Couple.
The last episode aired roughly two years ago.
Several fans have reached out to Jen on social media, afraid the show may have gotten the axe.
One such fan once commented: “Oh my gosh the kids are growing up so fast! Miss your show so much!”
Another chimed in: “Are y’all ever coming back on TV?”
Jen teased a new season in September 2021, sharing a photo alongside Bill.
She captioned the post: “Guess who’s back, back again.”
It’s believed, however, that there were issues with the show due to a lawsuit between the couple and producers.