“The Little Couple” is hoping for a normal life after all the unfortunate drama the couple has seen over the past few month. Dr. Jen Arnold has been blessed with a new child and then cursed with cancer. Now that the cancer is in remission, “The Little Couple” is looking to move forward with their show that premieres on March 4. According to Jen Arnold, who gave an exclusive interview to ABC News on Wednesday, the couple is looking forward for a boring life.
“I’m ready for life to be boring, good or bad,” said Dr. Jen Arnold about the idea of living without all the cancer drama. This was the reality star’s first interview about her cancer remission and she seemed pleased to be parting ways with her illness.
“The Little Couple” returns for an important and emotional season on TLC network. The one-hour premiere goes with the couple to India as Jen and Bill meet their newly adopted daughter, Zoey. Will, who is now three, is with the family and is happy about new edition to the family. The trip is interrupted when Jen falls ill and returns to Texas. Bill is left with the two young children in order to complete the adoption.
The diagnosis of Jen’s illness is grime as she has a rare form of cancer and ends up fighting on. Undergoing weekly chemotherapy treatments, the reality star battles the disease while taking on the responsibility of a new family.
Jen and Bill don’t take no for an answer this season on “The Little Couple.” They celebrate the children, life and Jen’s strength to beat cancer.
“The Little Couple” premieres on March 4. Watch TLC for the hour special to kick off the season.