Duggar fans believe Jinger’s husband Jeremy Vuolo underwent secret plastic surgery when they spot a ‘mark’ in the background of the new picture
JINGER Duggar’s fans believe her husband Jeremy Vuolo had a secret hair transplant.
The Counting On graduate’s partner was seen sporting what appears to be a fuller hairline in a video on Instagram Live on Tuesday.
Jinger took to Instagram to promote her memoir Becoming Free Indeed and to do a live autograph session.
Jeremy could be seen behind her in the video as she chatted with fans.
Fans have claimed the father-of-two, who shaved his head last year, has thicker-looking hair.
One shared a screenshot of Jeremy on Reddit during IG Live and asked, “Did he have a hair transplant?”
Another commented: “Oh wow yeah his hair doesn’t look quite that thin.”
A third wrote: “When he first shaved it his hairline was holding for the life of it and now the hair was magically growing back.”
“I called it!! Look at when he shaved it and I wonder if he got hair transplants!” added another user.
Back in November, fans sympathized with Jeremy after spotting his seemingly thinning hairline.
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He shared a snap of himself tucking into a turkey leg while wearing a Harvard sweatshirt.
Fans noticed that his shaved head looked sparser around the edges.
Meanwhile, Jeremy’s wife Jinger made headlines last month by speaking out against her “cult-like” upbringing with parents Jim Bob and Michelle.
The 29-year-old said she suffered from “crippling anxiety” due to her “damaging” and “harmful” childhood.
Jinger spoke to PEOPLE magazine in a chat about growing up in a strictly religious household.
The TLC graduate and her 18 siblings were raised to follow the Institute in Basic Life Principles, a Christian organization founded in 1961 by disgraced Rev. Bill Gothard.
It teaches women to be submissive to their husbands, to cover their bodies, and to focus on having children.
The Duggars are attempting to implement a conservative dress code, discouraging the use of birth controls and urging the use of parental guardians while going on pre-wedding dates.
The children were homeschooled and grew up with strict access to entertainment and television.
“Fear was a big part of my childhood,” Jinger said.
“I thought I only had to wear skirts and dresses to please God. Music with drums, places I visited, or the wrong friendships could all do harm.”
She continued: “[Bill’s] Teachings, in short, are based on fear and superstition and leave you at a point where you feel, “I don’t know what God expects of me.”
“Fear has crippled me with fear. I was afraid of the outside world.”
Jinger left IBLP in 2017, comparing the organization to a “cult”.
“There’s a lot of cult tendencies,” said the 19 Kids & Counting graduate.
“The teaching I grew up under was harmful, it was harmful, and there are lasting effects.
“I know other people are struggling and people who are still stuck.”
In her new book, Jinger also criticized her brother Josh for his child pornography crimes.
Josh was sentenced to 12 years in prison in May 2022 after being found guilty of possession of child pornography.
She compared the 34-year-old’s “hypocrisy” to that of disgraced Minister Bill Gothard.
“One of the most difficult realities of my life is that my brother Josh has very publicly displayed some of the same hypocrisy [Bill] Gothard,” she wrote.
Bill – whose teachings she condemned throughout her book – has been accused of sexual harassment and harassment by over 30 women for decades.
https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/7277966/jinger-duggar-husband-jeremy-vuolo-secret-plastic-surgery/ Duggar fans believe Jinger’s husband Jeremy Vuolo underwent secret plastic surgery when they spot a ‘mark’ in the background of the new picture