Jinger Duggar Hangs Out With Jill and Jana After Docuseries Drama

Jinger Duggar gave a glimpse of her reunions together with her sisters Jill and Jana Duggar one month after a docuseries investigating their household’s secrets and techniques debuted.

Jinger, 29, confirmed her outing with Jill, 32, in a YouTube vlog uploaded on Tuesday, July 4. The siblings hung out collectively in Arkansas throughout Jinger’s go to again to her household’s dwelling state. (She presently lives in California with husband Jeremy Vuolo and daughters Felicity, 4, and Evangeline, 2.)

“We simply went procuring on the thrift retailer after which we’re going to get espresso,” Jinger instructed the digital camera whereas sitting within the automobile beside her older sister, whose sons Israel, 8, Samuel, 6, and Frederick, 11 months, tagged alongside.

The twosome have been all smiles as they caught followers on top of things on their day’s actions. “We’re having the very best time,” Jinger stated. “I’m so glad to be collectively.”

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Jinger continued to rejoice her return to Arkansas with a household photograph shared by way of Instagram. “It was so particular to have the ability to spend high quality time with my mother and sisters for a day,” she captioned the pic, which featured Jill, Jana, 33, Jessa Duggar and extra at a neighborhood espresso store.

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Although she uploaded her recap on Tuesday, Jinger’s Arkansas journey happened a number of weeks prior. Her sister Pleasure-Anna Duggar was nonetheless pregnant within the Instagram pic, however she gave delivery to her and Austin Forsyth‘s son Gunner in Might.

Jinger’s July 4th festivities did embody one other reunion, nonetheless. “To rejoice America’s birthday, I ran a 5k. Unsure how that contributes to the celebrations however…Glad 4th!” she teased by way of social media on Tuesday.

The previous actuality star was joined by Jana and Jessa’s husband, Ben Seewald, for the annual Independence Day Traditional in Newhall, California. The group posed with their medals after crossing the end line.

The Duggar household has been within the highlight for greater than a decade following the premiere of 19 Children and Counting in 2008. Their preliminary collection was canceled in 2015 after Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar‘s eldest son, Josh Duggar, was accused of sexually assaulting a number of women when he was a youngster. Later that 12 months, nonetheless, a by-product premiered titled Counting On.

Jill and her husband, Derick Dillard, selected to go away Counting On in 2017. Their exit was explored within the Prime Video docuseries Shiny Glad Folks: Duggar Household Secrets and techniques, which aired in June, noting that cash and restrictive contracts performed a component of their resolution.

The four-episode particular additionally dug into the household’s controversies, from their involvement within the Institute in Fundamental Life Rules (IBLP) teachings to Josh’s 2021 arrest on baby pornography costs. Josh is presently serving greater than 12 years behind bars in Texas following his 2022 conviction.

Jill’s participation within the docuseries left followers divided, with some viewers questioning why she would converse negatively about her household on the document. “My love for my household hasn’t modified … that’s not what that is about,” she wrote in response to a person’s DM concerning the episodes.

Jinger, for her half, beforehand make clear her ultra-conservative upbringing in her e-book Changing into Free Certainly however selected to not be part of her sister within the docuseries. “I believe everybody can have their very own responses and their very own timing, and that’s simply a part of how we course of,” she instructed Folks final month when requested how the remainder of her household would possibly react to the present. “It’ll be fascinating to see the result of it.”