Jill Duggar left out of family breakfast after husband Derick Dillard slams patriarch Jim Bob – The Sun

JINGER Duggar Vuolo took a trip back to her hometown in Arkansas, from Los Angeles, to visit her family, but she left her sister Jill out of the reunion plans.

When the Counting On star, 26, gathered all the Duggar ladies for a nice breakfast on Friday, Jill, 28, was nowhere to be seen.

The older sister has been missing from family events recently as she and her husband Derick continue to feud with patriarch Jim Bob.

Jana, Jessa, Lauren, Anna, Joy and more attended the morning outing, with all of them smiling in photos and videos shared their respective social media accounts, making sure Jill’s well aware of her lack of invitation.

Jinger captioned one of the videos with a heart, writing: “Cherishing every moment together!”

Lauren posted about how happy she was to have “breakfast with the girls.”



Jill and Derick, who have two sons together, have been excluded from Duggar activities since his rant last year claiming Jim Bob negotiated all of the TLC show contracts on behalf of all of his children.

When asked by a fan why they all did not receive compensation for the show, he replied: “We were pressured to think that we were required to and that we would get sued if we didn’t.”

He continued: “…It was presented to us kids as something that was done as a ministry that TLC periodically subsidized in the form of reimbursements for things like gas, restaurants, travel, etc.

"But not any actual pay on top of that.”

Everything only escalated from there, with Derick alleging his family wasn’t “allowed” in the main Duggar home without Jim Bob present.

The couple and their kids were allegedly taken out of the Counting On season finale that featured their grandmother’s funeral because “TLC cut out any family that they don’t want viewers to see in attendance,” according to the father of two.

Since then, they’ve gone against Jib Bob’s rules by enrolling their son in public school, dancing in videos and wearing “banned jeans.”

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