Joy-Anna Duggar pokes fun at hubby Austin’s current packing skills in TikTok as family prepares to celebrate Christmas
JOY-ANNA Duggar poked fun at her husband Austin Forsyth’s packing skills in his latest TikTok video as his whole family got ready to celebrate Christmas.
Joy-Anna, 24, played the roles of herself and her 28-year-old husband in a hilarious TikTok clip.
While wearing a plaid shirt, the Counting on alum also had a cap on his head.
In the funny skit, the wife wanted to watch a movie, but the husband still had to “wrap all my presents for Christmas”.
Although the husband was asking for âhelp,â the wife ended up wrapping âall the presentsâ on her own.
Although the husband was ready to watch the film, the wife was sleeping soundly and resting on the floor, next to the wrapped gifts.
The reality TV star captioned the post: “When your husband asks for help wrapping his presents!” with a laughing emoji.
Joy-Anna added: “It’s us, every year.”
Joy-Anna and Austin are the parents of two children: Evelyn, one, and Gideon, three.
It all comes after Joy-Anna’s brother Josh, 33, was convicted of child pornography charges and taken into custody.
The son of father Jim Bob, 56, and mother Michelle, 55, was arrested and charged in April with concealment and possession of child pornography.
After the jury returns their verdict, the former TLC star could face up to around 20 years behind bars on each count.
He is expected to be sentenced in about four months.
Josh’s lawyers are scheduled to appeal.
In 2015, a 33-page Arkansas police report was released.
The report claimed that Patriarch Jim Bob had confessed to local authorities that his eldest son Josh had fondled the breasts and genitals of young girls while they slept in the Duggar family home years before.
Sisters Jill and Jessa introduced themselves as two of the alleged victims in an interview with Megyn Kelly, where the two insisted they had forgiven Josh, who has never been charged, for his sins.
In May 2017, Jill and Jessa sued the City of Springdale, Police Department employees and other privacy defendants and more.
They claimed that the release of the tapes caused “extreme mental anguish and emotional distress.”
Jinger and Joy-Anna are also suing, although they have not come forward publicly as victims of the alleged assault.
The Sun exclusively revealed that the trial has been postponed to April 18, 2022 with a save date of June 20, 2022 if the court has scheduling conflicts.
The trial is expected to last seven days and will include an eight-person jury.
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