JINGER Duggar has revealed the hot snap she has as her iPhone’s lock screen in a new post.
The TLC alum took to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday to share a loved-up photo with her husband Jeremy Vuolo, 35.
In the picture, the couple cuddled up close while standing in front of a huge mural full of colorful hearts.
Jinger, 29, wore blue jeans and a knee-length striped sweater, the colors of which blended with the artwork behind her.
She completed her outfit with sneakers and her long brunette locks falling straight down.
Jeremy also wore casual jeans and a brown sweater.
The Counting On alum kissed his wife’s forehead as the sun beamed down on the couple, and Jinger smiled for the camera.
Jinger shared the image to interact with her followers, who encouraged her to also share their lock screens.
She gushed in her caption: “I rarely care about such things… but my lockscreen status with @jeremyvuolo…”
The former reality star also added a smiley face with a heart emoji.
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Fans weren’t expecting to see the PDA-filled moment between Jinger and her husband, as it goes against her conservative family’s strict rules.
However, the 19-year-old former Kids and Counting star has repeatedly flouted her parents Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar’s rules — particularly when it comes to her outfit choices.
Jinger was caught multiple times wearing clothes that did not conform to her family’s modest dress code.
For one thing, the ex-TV star wore a skin-tight jumpsuit in a photo recently shared on social media.
Days earlier, she wore tight pants again while celebrating a close friend’s wedding.
Jinger – who fans have often dubbed “Rebel Duggar” – took her revealing outfits a step further last month, wearing tiny shorts and a T-shirt while shopping at Target.
The US Sun exclusively obtained the snaps of Jinger pushing a shopping cart while her two-year-old daughter Evangeline sits in the front.
Jinger seemed uninterested in breaking her parents’ rules, which were dictated by the religious organization they follow, the Institute of Basic Life Principals (IBLP).
The mother of two criticized the “cult” founded by disgraced minister Bill Gothard in her memoir Becoming Free Indeed, published in January.
She also recently expressed support for her sister Jill, 32, who released her own tell-all booklet, Counting the Cost, revealing secrets about the organization’s teachings and her family’s beliefs.
In July, fans grew convinced that Jinger had been banned from her family’s home in Arkansas after realizing she hadn’t been seen there in some time.
Jinger lives in California with Jeremy and their two children, Evangeline and Felicity, four, but often returns to her hometown to visit.
“I can’t imagine Jinger or Jeremy wanting to spend any more time than necessary in the chaos,” one person said in a popular online thread.
“It’s possible that Jinger herself has decided that she doesn’t want to go there,” a second person noted, and a third noted, “It’s just as possible that Jinger has no interest in visiting or staying there.” .” [her parents’ house]. I know I wouldn’t do it if I were in her shoes.
In a January interview with Good Morning America, Jinger revealed that she still has a close bond with her parents, although seemingly a closer bond with her mother.
“I still talk to my parents. I just spoke to my mother,” she said Juju Chang.
“I’m really grateful to my parents. They wanted to give me the best life. You do what you think is best for your child.”