Joy-Anna Duggar takes fans inside Arkansas home as she enjoys ‘cozy, rainy morning’ after Josh’s explosive trial
JOY-ANNA Duggar took fans to her Arkansas home as she enjoyed a “nice, rainy morning” after her brother Josh’s explosive trial.
The 24-year-old gave Counting On fans a mini tour in a new Instagram Story video.
Joy-Anna began the clip by pointing the camera at her son Gideon, 3, sitting alone at a small table inside the Arkansas home.
She then showed off her sofa, which was covered with a large blanket, before giving fans a glimpse of what her daughter Evelyn, 1, was up to.
Evelyn was seen playing with a picture book before the mother-of-two walked across the room to show her husband Austin Forsyth, 28, sitting in front of their Christmas tree.
The tree was decorated with classic white lights and a variety of ornaments.
The Counting On alumnus captioned the video: “A Cozy, Rainy December Morning.”
A ROMANTIC APPOINTMENT
Joy-Anna got into the holiday spirit after a recent night out with Austin.
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The TV personality documented their recent trip to a golf course with friends.
In the clip, she filmed her friend taking a photo on the golf course as she walked over to their group and Austin chatting with them.
He turned to smile for the camera as Joy-Anna handed it to his friend.
The couple enjoyed their night out after their older brother Josh, 33, was convicted of two charges of child pornography.
Immediately after the revelation of the verdict, the former reality TV star was directly taken into custody.
Judge Timothy L. Brooks has said he hopes to be able to schedule Josh’s sentencing in four months.
STATEMENT BY JOY-ANNA AND AUSTIN
Just days after the disgraced star’s conviction, Joy-Anna and Austin shared a joint statement on social media.
They wrote on their Instagram Stories: âOver the past year, as you can imagine, there have been a lot of unanswered questions in our minds regarding Josh.
âWe were able to attend the trial to hear the evidence for ourselves.
âWe agree with the court system’s verdict and are grateful to the men and women who work tirelessly to protect children and help prevent child sexual abuse. “
The couple – who attended the trial several earlier this month – added: “Our hearts are breaking for all CSAMs. [child sexual abuse material] victims. We pray for Anna and her children. “
Josh has seven children with his wife Anna, who supported him throughout the trial.
Other members of the controversial family have shared their reactions to Josh’s verdict, including Joy-Anna’s sister, Jill, and her husband, Derick Dillard, who revealed the trial “looked like a funeral.”
âNo one is above the law. This also applies to everyone, no matter your wealth, status, associations, gender, race or any other factorâ¦â Jill and Derick wrote on their family website.
Meanwhile, Duggar’s patriarch Jim Bob and his wife Michelle have said they will “still love” Josh, while their daughter Jessa called child sexual abuse “bad” after the verdict.