Bill’s Instagram post gave fans a glimpse inside the family’s new Boston mansion.
Shared to the social media platform on Thursday, The Little Couple star captioned the post “Please join me in wishing my most amazing daughter the happiest of birthdays!!”
He continued, “It’s the big 11!! #happybirthdayzoey” and then tagged his wife @jenarnoldmd.
The photo shows the 11-year-old smiling as she stands inside the kitchen of Bill and Jen’s Boston home.
The family’s built-in oven is visible behind Zoey as well as their robin’s egg blue-colored cabinets.
One person wrote, “Happy Birthday Zoey Klein!” followed by a bevy of cake and balloon emojis.
An excitable fan commented: “Omgggg!! Double 1! Double 1! Double double double 1!!! Happy birthday miss Zoey!”
An international commenter added: “Happy birthday Zoey…sending hugs from Denmark.”
That fan’s wish will soon be fulfilled as Dr. Jen Arnold has revealed that she is making her way back to the small screen with her husband Bill.
The TV personality shared the news that she will be appearing on an upcoming episode of the second season of HGTV’s Farmhouse Fixer.
Jen and Bill, both 47, recently moved into a massive, $2million Boston mansion, which apparently Farmhouse Fixer host Jonathan Knight helped them find, and of course fix.
On Instagram, Jen teased her new home, and the joy it’s already brought her.
“I love my new kitchen, which by the way, is not only beautiful but a dream to cook in,” she shared in an Instagram video, looking directly at the camera and being careful not to spoil any views of her new space.
“You know me, cooking in an average size kitchen is like doing a gymnastics lesson,” she continued. “Now it’s a breeze.
“I can even enjoy a glass of wine without falling off a ladder!”
The real-world Neonatologist teased that their episode airs in October, which will be welcome news to fans.
DON’T CALL IT A COMEBACK
Meanwhile, many fans flooded the comments section, still holding out hope that their own reality show on TLC will make a big comeback.
“We love you and your family. Hope you all can be picked by another channel,” one fan commented.
Another shared: “Can’t wait to see the show! Miss seeing you and the family. Please bring the show back, TLC!”
While one person asked bluntly: Jen, are you all ever coming back on TV?
Sadly, the clues hint that’s not likely anytime soon.
As previously mentioned, the TLC alums paid $2,138,700 for the six-bedroom, five-bathroom 5,400 square-foot mansion.
The U.S. Sun exclusively obtained the first photos of the renovated abode.
The outside of the home features white siding, a gray roof, plenty of windows for natural light, and a seating area.
The house also boasts a beautifully landscaped front yard.
Permit records reveal the home was built in 2021 as the real estate listing describes the home as a “farmhouse” on a one-acre lot.
The mansion has an open floor plan with custom millwork, recessed lighting, and hardwood floors.
The kitchen houses large cabinets with a gray tile backsplash, black countertops, stainless steel appliances, a center island, a walk-in pantry, and a grilling deck.
The living room features a gas fireplace and custom bookcases that open to the backyard deck.
The home also has a balcony, outdoor built-in grill, fire pit, and three-car garage.