Jinger Duggar Vuolo’s husband, Jeremy Vuolo took some time to post some low-key photos of his wife on Instagram. However, according to Silver Screen BeatsFans expressed concern about the photos and immediately shared their concerns. Jinger’s appearance was a concern to many fans, who shared their concerns with the publication. “underweight”See the photos.
Jeremy shared three different photos of his wife having a cup of hot coffee. He captioned each snap with a single word, creating the sentence. “Oh hey there.”Many people were taken by the cute couple’s interaction. However, others couldn’t help but to comment on it.Counting on alum’s appearance. Several people commented on the posts, posting messages about Jinger’s weight.
One person wrote “She looks underweight.”Another comment: “I agree, like way too skinny and unhealthy.”Although many thought it was inappropriate to make comments about Jinger’s weight on social media, others poured their support behind the reality star by sending her kind words. A fan commented on Jeremy’s photos. “Jinger looks healthy, happy and well-loved!”
Jinger has spoken out about her past experiences with dealing with body issues in the past. She spoke to Jinger in May 2021. Us WeeklyShe shared with us how it felt to her as if she had to lose weight as a teenager. She stated, “For me, the wrestling was with my weight and my body image, even though I was very in shape and I didn’t need to lose weight. I felt like I needed to; as a 14-year-old girl, I was really wrestling with that.”Jinger continued by stating that these are the issues she addresses in her book. The Hope We HaveShe co-authored the article with her husband. She explained that she didn’t want anyone to feel alone.
“I talked to Jeremy. He knows about that [body issues], of course, from day one and my mom, but I think just those [issues] that I had, I wanted others to be able to see that they’re not alone and that there are answers for that,” Jinger explained. “And you don’t have to feel like you have to measure up to a certain standard of beauty or personality or whatever it may be, but [it’s about] just accepting who you were made to be.”