“36 weeks 4 days,” the reality star, 22, captioned the black and white image.
The 19 Kids and Counting star — who is expecting her first child with her husband Ben Seewald, 20, in November — seems to be distancing herself from brother Josh Duggar and his ongoing scandals.
Josh, 27, entered a faith-based rehab for treatment after admitting that he cheated on his wife, Anna, and is addicted to pornography.
Jessa, who stood by Josh during his sexual assault scandal earlier this year, recently Tweeted a link to a blog post written by her father-in-law, condemning her brother. Entitled “Grief, Shame, And Taking The LORD’s Name In Vain,” the post blasts Josh as a “pretender” for living “a covert and extensive lifestyle of evil” and bringing “shame on God’s holy name and the Christian faith.”
In the latest edition of Vanity Fair, Gossip Girl star Kelly Rutherford opens up about her ongoing custody battle with her ex-husband, German businessman Daniel Giersch, over their two kids: son Hermés, 9, and daughter Helena, 6.
“Daniel was subtly verbally abusive,” Rutherford says of her ex-husband, 41. “He was trying to alienate me from everyone in my life—my parents, my brother. I didn’t want any money from Daniel. I wanted us both to be great parents. I wasn’t asking for full custody.”
In December 2008, Rutherford filed for divorce when she was three months pregnant with Helena.
“Divorce is a total racket — let’s call it what it is,” she says. “Everyone’s making tons of money off of stupid people who don’t settle out of court… And for somebody like my ex-husband, [who has] unlimited funds, who sued Google, this is just his sort of side fun project.”
On the other hand, Rutherford was forced to declare bankruptcy in May 2013 after seven years of lawyers’ fees, which reportedly totaled $1.5 million.
“I sold everything — every stock, everything I owned,” Rutherford says. “I went through my pension; I was living in my friend’s maid’s room. My family helped me, but they said, ‘You can’t keep this up, Kelly. Nobody’s gonna keep up with it. It’s a money pit.’”