JINGER Duggar has defied her famous family’s strict dress code in a new photo.
Husband Jeremy Vuolo, 35, shared a snapshot from his “date night” with wife Jinger, 29.
Instagram/jeremy_vuoloJinger Duggar wore ripped jeans while playing on the mini-golf course[/caption]
Instagram/jingervuoloJinger and her husband Jeremy Vuolo cuddled together in their sweet photo[/caption]
In the Instagram Story, the Counting On alum appeared to be in the middle of a mini-golf course.
The former TLC star wore ripped jeans with her heavy black jacket as she had her hands on the golf club.
The reality star seemed to be breaking the conservative dress code established by patriarch Jim Bob, 56, and matriarch Michelle, 55.
The Duggar family observed a strict dress code that usually only permitted women to dress modestly and wear dresses or skirts.
One of these inflexible rules included not allowing women to display their legs or dress in a revealing manner.
BEING A REBEL
The 19 Kids and Counting star rebelled against her parent’s strict modesty rules during her recent interview.
In her short video, Jinger wore tight leather pants, a black top that exposed her bare back, and high heels.
She spoke with Growing Pains actor Kirk Cameron, who is also a devout Evangelist Christian, on his show, Takeaways With Kirk Cameron, which airs on the Trinity Broadcast Network.
The TV star captioned her post: “Caught up with a friend today.
“Stay on the lookout for my conversation about Becoming Free Indeed with @kirkcameronofficial at @takeawaysontbn.”
Jinger has been promoting her new memoir, Becoming Free Indeed, while on her cross-country book tour.
When the tell-all book was released in January, the TV personality opened up to readers and recounted what the TV star experienced as she struggled to move on from a restrictive faith.
Jinger revealed she was ordered to follow the strict modesty guidelines, always obey her parents and other authority figures, and shun virtually all aspects of pop culture.
Her parents follow the teachings of disgraced minister Bill Gothard, which she described in the book’s pages as “cult-like” after leaving the church in 2017.
Jinger told People: “The teaching I grew up under was harmful, it was damaging, and there are lasting effects.”
An insider told The U.S. Sun that there might be a fallout within the Duggar family from the book’s release.
Although sister Jill, 31, and cousin Amy, 36, have shown their support, her other sisters have not commented on the book.
Jeremy and Jinger are the parents of two children: daughters Felicity, four, and Evangeline Jo, one.
Jinger and Jeremy have distanced themselves from the Duggars in recent years.
The couple moved away from the family compound in Arkansas to Los Angeles.
Instagram/duggarfamMichelle and Jim Bob Duggar established strict rules on how women should dress[/caption]
Instagram/jingervuoloJinger wore leather pants and backless top during an interview[/caption]
Instagram / Jinger DuggarJingerand Jeremy pictured with their two daughters[/caption]