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Amy Roloff Shares Slo-Mo Weekend Run On The Beach With Her BFFs

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:34 a.m. ET

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Amy Roloff posted a warm and funny video of herself and five best female friends channeling the beach race scene from the movie Chariots of Fire.

The Little People, Big World matriarch, 54, posted the clip on her Instagram account on Saturday with the caption, "Friends . . . Living Sharing Doing Life together. ?. Nothing better! Beach weekend with girlfriends ?❤️."?

The video shows Amy smiling broadly in a yellow rain coat as she runs in slow motion with her friends and they try to beat each other on the sand. The music from the 1981 film Chariots of Fire video plays with the clip as she captured an overcast beach day in Oregon.

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Fans were delighted and responded to the reality star, with one writing, "Girl Power!?."

Another said, "Love this!"

The video was so amusing that one follower noted, "I can’t stop laughing ?."

And another agreed: "Too funny!!!"

Amy's boyfriend Chris Marek was nowhere in sight as she thoroughly enjoyed her girls' day!

She recently celebrated her two-year relationship anniversary with real estate agent Marek.

Last weekend, Radar reported that reality TV matriarch kindly shared her thoughts on divorce with fans who are also going through it—even as her ex-husband Matt, 57, posted a new video showing how close he is with girlfriend Caryn Chandler.

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