JINGER Duggar posed with seven-month-old daughter Evangeline in a rare picture.
The mother-daughter snap comes after the star said she wants to give her kids “privacy.”
The 27-year-old smiled as he carried her youngest daughter in baby carrier across her chest in a new photo, which husband Jeremy Vuolo shared on his Instagram Story on Thursday.
Jinger seemed in good spirits as she held onto a coffee mug and water bottler, while she dressed casually in workout shorts, a tank top, a baseball cap and sneakers.
While tagging Jinger, Jeremy, 33, simply captioned the post: “Camp.”
Many Counting On fans have taken to social media to complain that Jinger and Jeremy no longer share photos of their daughters, though the TV personality admitted they are trying to give the girls “privacy.”
In addition to Evangeline, the couple share two-year-old daughter Felicity.
Back in April, Jinger revealed why the couple is choosing to keep their daughters off of social media while answering questions from fans on Instagram.
During the Q&A, one fan asked: "I think I have an idea but why no pictures of your girls? Not being judgmental just asking."
The TLC star responded: "The girls are doing great! Felicity is absolutely smitten by her little sister and Evy adores Felicity.
"You haven't seen much of them simply because we are wanting to give them a bit more privacy while they're so young."
She added: "We appreciate how much you love and support our family. It means so much to us! Thanks for asking."
During the couple’s recent “camp” day, Jinger showed off her bare legs as she continued to defy her father Jim Bob's strict modesty policy.
Jim Bob, 55, and his wife Michelle, 54, have set strict rulings for their children as they follow a fundamentalist Christian faith that believes women should wear skirts and cover their bodies.
Jinger has been showing off her toned legs all summer, as Jeremy shared a photo of his wife in tiny jean shorts last week.
The 27-year-old appears to be in good spirits in light of the Duggar family’s recent scandal, in which her older brother Josh was arrested under many counts of child pornography.
During a recent interview with Fox News, Jinger opened up about feelings of "hopelessness" amongst her sibling's arrest.
"We thought about writing a book for quite some time, and we just want to give a deeper look into our lives and the hope that motivates us every day," she and Jeremy told the news outlet.
"We know that at times, things can seem so hopeless. And so that's what drove us to share what gives us hope, and how we faced the good circumstances and bad circumstances."
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