Jessa Duggar admits she’s ‘super close’ to rebel sister despite star breaking dad Jim Bob’s countless strict rules | Englishheadline


JESSA Duggar has not let her father Jim Bob’s rules come in between her relationship with her siblings, specifically Jinger.

Jessa divulged on social media that she and Jinger’s siblingship was still solid as a rock despite other family members sometimes snubbing Jinger.

Jessa Dugger opened up about her relationship with her sister Jinger on social media


Jessa Dugger opened up about her relationship with her sister Jinger on social mediaCredit: TLC
Jessa disclosed that she and rebel sister Jinger are still 'super close'


Jessa disclosed that she and rebel sister Jinger are still ‘super close’Credit: Instagram/jessaseewald

The 30-year-old former TV star recently hosted a Q&A session on her Instagram account.

Jessa placed a Questions sticker in her Instagram Stories to give fans a way to submit their inquiries.

“Ask me anything about my kids, pregnancy, or homeschooling!,” she wrote.

One of the questions she was asked pertained to her younger sister.

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“Are you and Jinger still super close, or have you drifted apart with your new families?,” a fan wrote to Jessa.

Jessa reshared the question in a Stories slide, providing her answer underneath it.

“We’re still super close!,” she assured.

“We don’t get to see each other in person as often as we’d like, but when we get together, it’s just like old times.”

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Jessa’s revelations seem to disband any rumors that suggest there is a rift between the two Counting On alums.

Earlier this year, critics thought Jinger had thrown shade at her sister Jessa in a passage of her tell-all book Becoming Free Indeed.

In the book, Jinger slammed her “cult-like” upbringing under the teachings of the Institute in Basic Life Principles, founded by Fundamentalist Christian minister Bill Gothard.

In one chapter, the former reality star goes into detail about the restrictive roles that women play in IBLP marriage.

She wrote: “Imagine this scenario: A man and a woman get married. They immediately start having children because Gothard opposes any kind of birth control.”

Jinger goes on to describe how women are expected to have multiple children while the husband works long hours to “provide for the family.”

“Since they’re not allowed to send their kids to school, the mom is in her home, with morning sickness from pregnancy for half the year, trying to manage and homeschool five kids.

“She feels overwhelmed, unable to handle the responsibility of raising so many children practically alone.”

The chapter passages were posted to a popular Duggar Reddit page where critics tried to guess which family member Jinger may have been referencing.


“Sounds like Erin Bates to me…. She crammed 4 kids in one bedroom of their two-bedroom rental,” guessed one Redditor.

In response, another wrote: “Jessa too – they didn’t move out of their 2 bed-starter home (the infamous “mold house”) until after Fern was born.”

“It’s not Jessa in the first page, she owns the home, my guess is Erin Bates or even Michelle, they had a million kids in a tiny home,” another hypothesized.

“People guessing it’s about this person or that person, it’s literally everyone in the cult who follow Gothard’s teaching and has an optimal fertility. I’m sure Jinger has seen hundreds of them, we only know the famous ones. It’s everyone,” wrote another.

Fans noticed at the time that sister Jessa and their rarely-seen sibling Jana Marie, 32, hadn’t commented on Jinger’s book.

Which exposes their parents, Jim Bob, 57, and Michelle Duggar, 56, and their extreme religious beliefs.

The memoir recounts what the TV star experienced as she struggled to move on from a restrictive faith.

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Jinger revealed she was ordered to follow strict modesty guidelines, always obey her parents and other authority figures, and shun virtually all aspects of pop culture.

An insider told The U.S. Sun that there might be a fallout within the Duggar family from when the book was released.

Jessa also confessed that she and Jinger don't get to 'see each other in person as often'


Jessa also confessed that she and Jinger don’t get to ‘see each other in person as often’Credit: YouTube / Jessa Seewald
Jessa explained that though they don't see each other often, 'it's like old times' whenever they get together


Jessa explained that though they don’t see each other often, ‘it’s like old times’ whenever they get togetherCredit: Instagram/@jessaseewald
Jessa has seemed not to let Jinger's tell-all book Becoming Free Indeed hinder their siblingship


Jessa has seemed not to let Jinger’s tell-all book Becoming Free Indeed hinder their siblingshipCredit: Instagram/ Jeremy Vuolo

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