The Little Couple: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Jen Arnold And Bill Klein’s Relationship
TLC’s The Little Couple has endeared fans for years and it isn’t hard to see why. Stars Jen Arnold and Bill Klein are one of reality TV’s most likeable and relateable couples. Their show isn’t about stirring up drama, it is truly about their day-to-day lives as a couple and as parents, and of course as little people, and they are so down-to-earth fans have come to feel like they truly know them. The pair have no problem being their fun-loving selves on camera and in interviews and in the end just make fans love them even more, but there is no match for the love the two have for each other. Of course, a lot of their relationship is show on The Little Couple, but there is always more to know! Here are 10 things you didn’t know about Jen Arnold and Bill Klein’s relationship:
10. The Store and Fan Encounters
Aside from their busy individual schedules, which includes Jen’s work as a prenatal doctor and medical director of the Simulation Center at Texas Children’s Hospital, Jen and Bill also own and operate Rocky & Maggie’s Pet Boutique. Now, the couple have revealed the store is a place where fans come to seek them out. “I’d be in the store doing inventory, and someone would come in wanting to talk to me about their infertility stuff,” Bill revealed. While the store does well, the couple admitted it would be beneficial if all the people who came in to try to see The Little Couple stars bought something as well. “My mother-in-law in particular does try to enforce that. She does it with a smile, like, ‘Do you want a hat or something?’ We’ve gotten a lot of people that are like, ‘We don’t have a dog, but we were hoping to see Bill and Jen!’ That’s kind of funny,” Bill explained.
9. How Did They Meet?
Bill Klein and Jen Arnold have one of those love stories where it seems they were destined to be together. As fans know, the amazing couple have stated that they met online through a dating site specifically for little people, but years later they revealed they had actually met long before. In their book “Life Is Short (No Pun Intended),” Bill detailed the time he met Jen when he was 10 years old and they were both in the same hospital after undergoing surgeries for their skeletal dysplasia. While Bill remembered the event clearly, Jen actually had no idea. “I was on major narcotics and getting a blood transfusion. But all the details he’s telling you, when he first told me, I was like, ‘No you didn’t!’ Then he started rattling it off and it was all right,” she explained.