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Source: TLC

Here's Why 'The Little Couple' Really Moved to Florida — and It's Not Hurricane Related

By Gabrielle Bernardini

They're back! The Little Couple may have taken a big hiatus, but fans of the TLC series will be happy to know that Dr. Jennifer Arnold and her husband Bill Klein are officially returning for Season 13. While Bill and Jen will be back with their two adorable kids Will, 8, and Zoey, 7, fans will notice one major difference. The family has moved out of Texas. Last year, the TLC stars made headlines when they were caught up in Hurricane Harvey. Luckily, their home was not damaged by the storm but that did not stop the family from giving back to their hometown in its time of need. 

"As long-time residents of Houston, we wanted to stand with the city we called home for so many years and do anything we could to help with relief efforts," the couple said in a statement. "It was a remarkable and humbling experience for Bill and his brothers to spend time on the ground with fellow Houstonians affected by the hurricane and come to the aid of many of our four-legged friends as well. We hope this special inspires others across the country to contribute as much as they can."

So, is that why The Little Couple moved to Florida? 

While the hurricane was scary for the Bill and Jen, ultimately, the couple decided to move from Houston after nine years because of a major career opportunity for Jen. The neonatologist got offered a job at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg. On the upcoming Season 13, fans will watch The Little Couple as they make the move and new home renovations that are sure to follow.