LITTLE Couple’s Dr Jen Arnold took her kids Will and Zoey on a beach getaway in Florida after teasing a new season of the show.
The reality star shared a series of photos from the family outing on Instagram.
Jen captured pics of her eldest child Will enjoying the ocean as he laid on his stomach in the sand.
The 12-year-old smiled at the camera for the sweet snapshot.
The TV star’s daughter Zoey, opted to stay out of the water as Jen snapped pics of her collecting seashells along the sand with a bucket in tow.
She donned a light blue and white coverup ad she kept her eyes on the sand looking for the best finds.
In one pic, Jen got in front of the camera with her two kids to pose for a photo near the rocks in their bare feet.
The physician also took a selfie of herself in her beach attire sporting a navy blue and white striped dress and gray wide brimmed hat.
She captioned the post: “Any day at the beach is a good day! #Florida #Beach #littlecouple @stpetefl @stpetebeach #momsofinstagram #kidsofinstagram #saturday #seashells”
The beach trip was one of many the family-of-four took recently as just last month Jen shared photos of her kids posing on the sand.
The siblings smiled and embraced one another for the photoshoot while standing on the sand with the oceanview in the background.
Additional snaps show the happy pair posing for the camera while holding ice cream in waffle cones.
The gorgeous sky was overcast showing the darker clouds rolling in above them.
Will sported a gray and white-striped Mickey Mouse t-shirt, khaki shorts and sneakers as he wrapped his arms around his little sister.
Zoey couldn’t get enough of her big brother reaching for his hand and pulling him in close for the shots.
She wore blue jeans, sneakers and a white tee for the outing.
The proud mom gushed over her two kids in the caption writing: “Just some silly smiles & ice cream to brighten your #monday. #littlecouple #momsofinstagram #kidsofinstagram #Will #Zoey #beach #sunset #icecream @thedoncesarhotel”
Fans have been patiently awaiting the return of the reality TV show since the last episode aired two years ago.
Devoted viewers have reached out to Jen, 47, on social media asking if there will be a new season, fearing that the family series may have been cancelled.
One Instagram user wrote: “Oh my gosh the kids are growing up so fast! Miss your show so much!”
While another commented: “Are y’all ever coming back on TV?”
Back in September, the mom-of-two teased a new season after sharing a photo alongside her husband, Bill Klein.
“Guess who’s back, back again,” Jen captioned the snap, adding various hashtags, including “health” and “checkup.”
However, fans took the TV star’s caption as a clue that the TLC series may be coming back soon.
One person wrote: “Please tell me show is back on Jen!”
Another added: “New season? Please!” while one chimed in with, “you’ve been greatly missed.”
One viewer simply wrote: “looking forward to a new season!”
However, it is believed the lack of a new season is likely due to the pair’s expensive lawsuit with producers.
In July 2020, Jen and Bill, 46, settled their three-year lawsuit against the reality show’s producer to reclaim intellectual property rights.
The legal matter started four years prior 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.
LMNO and Discovery Communications eventually agreed to a settlement.
While things were settled, the legal rollercoaster wasn’t over, as Jen and Bill asked to intervene in the case in May 2017.
According to court papers, the The Little Couple stars believed they were “entitled to a portion of LMNO’s contingent compensation…”
They also alleged in court papers that they felt entitled to a portion of Discovery’s “’adjusted gross revenues’ from certain forms of exploitation of the Program.”
The reality stars accused LMNO of breach of contract, fraud, unfair competition, conversion and more.
In court papers obtained by The Sun, the parties agreed to mediation and eventually reached a settlement agreement.
The court ordered the lawsuit be dismissed in light of the “successful” mediation and settlement.