Jinger Duggar looks stoic in first sighting since snubbing famous family on east coast vacation with Jeremy Vuolo

JINGER Duggar was spotted for the first time since snubbing her famous family while vacationing on the east coast with husband Jeremy Vuolo.

The reality star couple has been distancing themselves from the Duggars following the guilty verdict in Josh Duggar's child pornography case.


Jinger was spotted at home in Los Angeles, where she returned with Jeremy, 34, after a snowy holiday vacation across the country.

Photos exclusively obtained by The Sun show the former Counting On star looked stoic as she stuck her head out the door, peeking around.

She wore a simple black t-shirt, sweatpants, and her hair pulled back.

Neither Jeremy, nor the couple's children, were spotted.

Jinger and her husband returned home to California from Pennsylvania, where they spent the holidays with the Duggar daughter's in-laws.

The couple shared several sweet snaps during their trip, which didn't include a stop in Arkansas, where Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar reside.

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Jinger and Jeremy kicked off their east coast adventure with a visit to Jeremy's hometown of Downington, where they also celebrated Jinger's 28th birthday.

FESTIVE FUN

The former TLC star shared photos of herself and her husband enjoying the day, writing: "Breakfast at the Coffee Cup Restaurant. Dutch Haven for soft pretzels and Whoopie pie."

The following day, Jeremy shared a sweet pic of his family strolling through a farm.

He recalled how special the location was to him, writing in his caption: "Exploring one of my favorite childhood destinations: Springton Manor Farm. Would spend hours here with my family, usually on my dad's days off, exploring, fishing, and getting lost with my brother and sister. A bit nostalgic coming back now with the girls."

Jinger later shared photos of herself and Jeremy playing Uno with his parents around a kitchen table.

She also showed off a little bit of snowy fun, sharing a pic from a trip to the Blue Mountain Resort in the Poconos Mountains.

Jinger posted pictures of her and Jeremy decked out in their winter clothes while riding a ski life, along with videos of them ripping down the mountain.

She captioned the post: "We went skiing yesterday and left with no broken bones. I'd say that's a succes.

"Pictured: one of Jer's many wipeouts at least he struck a good pose."

The fun didn't stop there.

The family of four was pictured riding the historic Strasburg Rail Road.

In one snapshot, daughters Felicity, three, and Evangeline, one, were shown looking out the windows of the train while Jinger gave an inside view of their ride in a separate clip.

DUGGARLESS CHRISTMAS

The train appeared to be how Jinger and Jeremy closed out their trip.

Jeremy signaled they had returned to California by sharing a snap of the view from his classroom.

The photo, posted to his Instagram Story, showed the morning sky over the courtyard.

He captioned his post: "Decent views coming out of class."

The couple missed out on the Duggar family's Christmas celebration, despite being on the east coast for a time.

Jana Duggar shared a series of videos on Instagram showing herself, James, Jessa, and Joy-Anna celebrating together in Tontitown, Arkansas.

The family was all smiles during the holiday celebration, which came shortly after Josh was found guilty and jailed on child pornography charges.

Jinger and Jeremy released a joint statement following the verdict, writing: "We are thankful to God for exposing Josh's actions and to a legal system committed to protecting the innocent and punishing the guilty in this case.

"We are grateful for justice. We are praying for further justice, vindication, protection, and healing for all those who have been wronged."



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