1. Jinger Duggar and Husband Jeremy Vuolo Detail Why Their Romance Almost Didn't Happen in New Book  Yahoo Entertainment
  2. Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo Spill Shocking Secrets in New Book: Her ‘Extreme Dieting,’ His Arrest and More Revelations  Us Weekly
  3. Josh Duggar's Sister Jinger Releases Book Of Family Secrets Following His Arrest For Child Pornography  Radar Online
  4. Jinger Duggar Reflects on Josh Duggar's Molestation Scandal  inTouch Weekly
  5. Jinger Duggar Felt Like She Was ‘Living in a Nightmare’ After Josh Duggar’s 2015 Scandal Became National News  Us Weekly
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In their new book, The Hope We Hold: Finding Peace in the Promises of God, the pair are giving fans an even bigger behind-the-scenes look at their backgrounds and life stories - including the moment Jinger Duggar lost feelings for Jeremy Vuolo before they ultimately entered into a courtshipIn their new book, The Hope We Hold: Finding Peace in the Promises of God, the pair are giving fans an even bigger behind-the-scenes look at their backgrounds and life stories - including the moment Jinger Duggar lost feelings for Jeremy Vuolo before they ultimately entered into a courtship

Jinger Duggar, Jeremy Vuolo Detail Why Their Romance Almost Didn't Happen | PEOPLE.com

Jinger Duggar remembered going through 'the worst trial' in her family's history in her book, 'The Hope We Hold' — get the detailsJinger Duggar remembered going through 'the worst trial' in her family's history in her book, 'The Hope We Hold' — get the details

Jinger Duggar Recalls Josh Duggar's 2015 Scandal in New Book

Jinger Duggar, 27, details "the worst trial in our family history."Jinger Duggar, 27, details "the worst trial in our family history."

Josh Duggar's Sister Jinger Releases Book Of Family Secrets Following His Child Porn Arrest

Jinger Duggar opened up about the 'raw and painful' aftermath of her brother Josh's abuse scandal going public in 2015.Jinger Duggar opened up about the 'raw and painful' aftermath of her brother Josh's abuse scandal going public in 2015.

Jinger Duggar: Josh’s 2015 Abuse Scandal Going Public Was ‘Painful’ – Hollywood Life

Counting On's Jinger Duggar reflected on brother Josh Duggar's 'nightmare' molestation scandal from 2015 in her book, 'The Hope We Hold.'Counting On's Jinger Duggar reflected on brother Josh Duggar's 'nightmare' molestation scandal from 2015 in her book, 'The Hope We Hold.'

Jinger Duggar Reflects on Josh Duggar's Molestation Scandal

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Counting On's Jinger Duggar was 'shell-shocked' over brother Josh's 'nightmare' molestation scandal from 2015 in her book, 'The Hope We Hold.'Counting On's Jinger Duggar was 'shell-shocked' over brother Josh's 'nightmare' molestation scandal from 2015 in her book, 'The Hope We Hold.'

Jinger Duggar Talks Brother Josh's Molestation Scandal in Book

Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo recount their romance — from courtship to kids — in their book, The Hope We Hold, and like any good love story, theirs came with plenty of twists and turns. The twosome went public with their relationship in December 2015 and got engaged after seven months of courting. In November 2016, they exchanged vows in Arkansas during a ceremony that included the 19 Kids and Counting alum’s first kiss. “Jeremy and I had talked about it quite a bit leading up to our wedding day. You sort of have to when your first kiss is going to be in front of a thousand people,” Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar’s sixth child recalled in the new book, out Tuesday, May 4. “‘Tilt your head to the right,’ he’d told me. ‘Just follow my lead.’ I should have felt nervous as we leaned into one another, but as our lips met for the first time, any jitters I might have had disappeared.” Before tying the knot, however, the couple faced some pushback from Jinger’s parents. In particular, Jim Bob had concerns about the former pro soccer player’s commitment to his faith, despite having left the MLS behind to pursue life as a pastor. “I did not see that coming,” the Pennsylvania native wrote. “If anything was a stumbling block, I’d thought it would be my past. I drank and partied in college. I’d been arrested. I could understand parents looking at those issues as red flags. It had never occurred to me that my theology would be the issue.” Jinger’s father took extreme precautions when it came to giving the Hartwick College alum permission to date his daughter. Before their book hit shelves, Jinger and her husband reflected on the “intense” questionnaire Jim Bob doled out — which was 50 pages long. “I was actually pretty eager to fill it out and say, ‘OK, look, this is a good opportunity for them to get to know me,’” the retired New York Red Bulls star told Us Weekly exclusively in April. “It’s tough for Mr. Duggar, man. He’s got all these girls [and] all these guys hanging around. I think if I had all those girls I’d probably come up with a document too.” Eventually, the pair got their happily ever after. Nearly two years after their wedding, they welcomed daughter Felicity Nicole Vuolo in July 2018. While they adored their little girl, the couple were eager to give Felicity a sibling. Jinger and Jeremy aimed to welcome their kids “two years apart,” and their wish came true when daughter Evangeline Jo Vuolo arrived in November 2020. However, the pair experienced hardship one year prior when Jinger suffered a miscarriage. “I talked to [my sister] Joy a lot in that time,” the TLC star told Us exclusively in June 2020. “We grew closer. We were already close, but that relationship even deepened all the more having been through the same thing. [It] was very difficult, but I was grateful for Joy to be able to talk to her. [My sister-in-law] Lauren also just shared such sweet words with me.” Keep scrolling to see the 13 biggest revelations from Jinger and Jeremy’s memoir:

Jinger, Jeremy's Book: 13 Revelations About Courtship, Miscarriage and More

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The Counting On star, 27, said in her new book that when she was younger, she 'hated the way I looked' and was 'convinced I was fat and getting fatter by the day.'The Counting On star, 27, said in her new book that when she was younger, she 'hated the way I looked' and was 'convinced I was fat and getting fatter by the day.'

Jinger Duggar reveals that she was 'dangerously on the edge of an eating disorder' as a pre-teen | Daily Mail Online

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Her hardest chapter. In her new book, The Hope We Hold, Jinger Duggar opened up about what it was like for her family to cope with brother Josh Duggar‘s past child molestation scandal in the public eye. Josh Duggar’s Lawsuits, Scandals and Controversies Over the Years Read article In May 2015, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar‘s eldest son, now 33, was accused of molesting five girls between 2002 and 2003 when he was 14 and 15 years old. One month later, it was confirmed that some of Josh’s victims were his sisters, including Jessa and Jill Duggar. When their family became the subject of national news stories, Jinger, now 27, felt like hiding. Jinger Duggar. Courtesy Jinger Duggar/Instagram “My brain hadn’t quite caught up to the reality of what had happened in a few short hours,” she wrote in her book, out Tuesday, May 4, and cowritten by husband Jeremy Vuolo. “Earlier that day, Dad had gathered my siblings and me to tell us that the worst trial in our family history, a trial we had long since dealt with and made our peace with, was now public knowledge.” Though the Duggars had been reality TV stars since 2008, Jinger noted that it was a different situation when there were “intimate details” about her family members “splashed across a magazine page and all over the internet for anyone and everyone to read.” Navigating their next steps was a challenge for the TLC personalities. “I felt shell-shocked, as if a bomb had exploded. I moved in a daze, living in a nightmare that I wished with all my heart wasn’t real,” Jinger recalled. “One of my siblings had made some sinful choices, but it had all been years ago. It had been awful, but we had dealt with it as a family. We’d sought the Lord, took the necessary steps to move toward healing, and offered up our forgiveness. Now that it was out in public, the old wound was open again, raw, painful.” The Duggars: A Comprehensive Guide to the Famous Family Read article Vuolo, now 33, had sparked a friendship with Jessa, 28, and Ben Seewald when the “devastating” scandal broke. During one of his visits to Arkansas before he began courting his now-wife, the former soccer player remembered, “the Duggars hid out for two weeks at a friend’s property.” Though her family was struggling, the Pennsylvania native was struck by Jinger’s positive outlook and strong sense of faith. “Here was a woman in one of the greatest trials of her life, and she wasn’t crushed or unraveled. She was sweet, gracious, and hopeful. It was obvious that her confidence was still in Christ,” Vuolo wrote. Jinger, who wed the pastor in 2016, recently reflected on how her siblings found strength during the challenging time, which resulted in the cancellation of 19 Kids and Counting. “Our family was way closer because of that, and in spite of that, I guess you’d say,” she told Us Weekly exclusively in April. “I will never forget how I felt in that moment. And I think even everything that happens in our lives — because we’re in the public eye — it makes it more challenging because then it’s not just dealing with these things inwardly, but you have to give an answer to the world. That makes it a much tougher thing to walk through.” By the end of the month, the Duggars were once again thrown into the spotlight when Josh was arrested in Arkansas and held without bail on Thursday, April 29. One day later, he appeared virtually at a court hearing and pleaded not guilty to charges that were not read aloud. It was later confirmed that he was booked for allegedly receiving and possessing child pornography. “[Josh] allegedly possessed this material, some of which depicts the sexual abuse of children under the age of 12, in May 2019,” a press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Western District of Arkansas stated on Friday, April 30. A second hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, May 5, during which Josh will be allowed to request his release on bail. Should he be released, judge Erin L. Wiedemann noted “the court would likely require a third-party custodian that he could reside with” where there are “no minors in the home.” Josh Duggar Trial to Begin in July: Everything We Know Read article Jinger and her husband addressed the controversy on Friday, April 30, sharing a powerful message on their respective Instagram accounts. “We are disturbed to hear of the charges against Josh,” the couple wrote in a statement. “While this case must go through the legal system, we want to make it clear that we absolutely condemn any form of child abuse and fully support authorities and judicial process in their pursuit of justice.” The Hope We Hold is available now.Her hardest chapter. In her new book, The Hope We Hold, Jinger Duggar opened up about what it was like for her family to cope with brother Josh Duggar‘s past child molestation scandal in the public eye. Josh Duggar’s Lawsuits, Scandals and Controversies Over the Years Read article In May 2015, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar‘s eldest son, now 33, was accused of molesting five girls between 2002 and 2003 when he was 14 and 15 years old. One month later, it was confirmed that some of Josh’s victims were his sisters, including Jessa and Jill Duggar. When their family became the subject of national news stories, Jinger, now 27, felt like hiding. Jinger Duggar. Courtesy Jinger Duggar/Instagram “My brain hadn’t quite caught up to the reality of what had happened in a few short hours,” she wrote in her book, out Tuesday, May 4, and cowritten by husband Jeremy Vuolo. “Earlier that day, Dad had gathered my siblings and me to tell us that the worst trial in our family history, a trial we had long since dealt with and made our peace with, was now public knowledge.” Though the Duggars had been reality TV stars since 2008, Jinger noted that it was a different situation when there were “intimate details” about her family members “splashed across a magazine page and all over the internet for anyone and everyone to read.” Navigating their next steps was a challenge for the TLC personalities. “I felt shell-shocked, as if a bomb had exploded. I moved in a daze, living in a nightmare that I wished with all my heart wasn’t real,” Jinger recalled. “One of my siblings had made some sinful choices, but it had all been years ago. It had been awful, but we had dealt with it as a family. We’d sought the Lord, took the necessary steps to move toward healing, and offered up our forgiveness. Now that it was out in public, the old wound was open again, raw, painful.” The Duggars: A Comprehensive Guide to the Famous Family Read article Vuolo, now 33, had sparked a friendship with Jessa, 28, and Ben Seewald when the “devastating” scandal broke. During one of his visits to Arkansas before he began courting his now-wife, the former soccer player remembered, “the Duggars hid out for two weeks at a friend’s property.” Though her family was struggling, the Pennsylvania native was struck by Jinger’s positive outlook and strong sense of faith. “Here was a woman in one of the greatest trials of her life, and she wasn’t crushed or unraveled. She was sweet, gracious, and hopeful. It was obvious that her confidence was still in Christ,” Vuolo wrote. Jinger, who wed the pastor in 2016, recently reflected on how her siblings found strength during the challenging time, which resulted in the cancellation of 19 Kids and Counting. “Our family was way closer because of that, and in spite of that, I guess you’d say,” she told Us Weekly exclusively in April. “I will never forget how I felt in that moment. And I think even everything that happens in our lives — because we’re in the public eye — it makes it more challenging because then it’s not just dealing with these things inwardly, but you have to give an answer to the world. That makes it a much tougher thing to walk through.” By the end of the month, the Duggars were once again thrown into the spotlight when Josh was arrested in Arkansas and held without bail on Thursday, April 29. One day later, he appeared virtually at a court hearing and pleaded not guilty to charges that were not read aloud. It was later confirmed that he was booked for allegedly receiving and possessing child pornography. “[Josh] allegedly possessed this material, some of which depicts the sexual abuse of children under the age of 12, in May 2019,” a press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Western District of Arkansas stated on Friday, April 30. A second hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, May 5, during which Josh will be allowed to request his release on bail. Should he be released, judge Erin L. Wiedemann noted “the court would likely require a third-party custodian that he could reside with” where there are “no minors in the home.” Josh Duggar Trial to Begin in July: Everything We Know Read article Jinger and her husband addressed the controversy on Friday, April 30, sharing a powerful message on their respective Instagram accounts. “We are disturbed to hear of the charges against Josh,” the couple wrote in a statement. “While this case must go through the legal system, we want to make it clear that we absolutely condemn any form of child abuse and fully support authorities and judicial process in their pursuit of justice.” The Hope We Hold is available now.

Jinger Duggar Felt 'Shell-Shocked' After Brother Josh's 2015 Scandal Broke [Video]

Jeremy Vuolo took time to share a real photo of his wife, Jinger Duggar, while they were out and about with their kids.Jeremy Vuolo took time to share a real photo of his wife, Jinger Duggar, while they were out and about with their kids.

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