The Duggar family celebrates “Counting On” stars Jeremy and Jinger Vuolo’s connection to non-profit charity. TLC


  • Jinger Duggar said she and her husband, Jeremy Vuolo, are happy with their two daughters
  • The reality star revealed she and her husband have not decided whether they want to try for a third child
  • She said they decided to raise their kids out of the public eye and let them choose what they want to do

Jinger Duggar got candid about her family plans with her husband, Jeremy Vuolo.

Jinger, 29, spoke with Us Weekly about her family life and parenting approach ahead of the release of her memoir "Becoming Free Indeed" Tuesday.

When asked whether they plan to have a third baby, she told the outlet, "We'll see, I don't know. We've talked about it. I think we would be happy — we're happy right now with our two girls. And then we'll see in the future if we try for a third, we don't know."

Duggar and Vuolo, 35, share two daughters, Felicity, 4, and Evangeline, 2.

The "19 Kids and Counting" alum said that her public upbringing was part of the reason she decided to keep her kids away from the public eye.

"We talked about it for a while even before we had kids and whether or not we wanted them in the public eye. And we decided just to keep them out of the public eye and let them choose what they want to do," she explained.

She continued, "So that's just been our decision. We will sometimes post pictures of the back of their heads or little videos and you can hear their little voices or whatever. But not showing their faces has been something that we're planning on sticking to."

Jinger rarely shares clips and photos showing her children's faces nowadays. Last month, she posted on Instagram a video of her kids walking hand-in-hand with their backs to the camera, which had her followers wondering why she no longer posts their faces.

"How come you don't show the kids' faces anymore when we all used to see Felicity regularly on 'Counting On' and even briefly saw your youngest before the show got canceled?" one user asked.

"They never show the girls' faces. [I] wonder what happened to them," another commented.

"I admire that you all protect the girls' privacy but would love to at least see what the youngest little one looks like. I actually don't even know her name," one fan wrote. "I remember Felicity's ... sweet little face, so much like her momma's. But [I] have never seen the [youngest] one. But I do understand why. Love their curls!!"

Jinger told Us Weekly that she was grateful for the opportunities she got after starring in "19 Kids and Counting," which aired from 2008 to 2015. She remembered traveling the world and doing things together with her family. However, she also found it difficult to go through personal challenges as a public figure.

"At the same time, I can say I saw also those challenges. Like I just mentioned, walking through the hardest seasons of my life in the public eye and needing to give an answer. That was tough," she said.

TLC axed the Duggars' reality show in 2015 after her brother Josh Duggar's molestation scandal.

They returned in the spinoff "Counting On," which was also canceled in 2021 after 11 seasons following Josh's child pornography charges.

Jinger recently told Page Six that she is not on speaking terms with her big brother, who was convicted of child pornography and is currently serving his prison sentence.

She acknowledged that "no one is outside of the grace of God and being able to change" but that she will wait for a "major change" before she reaches out to him.

Jinger, however, clarified that she remains supportive of Josh's wife, Anna, and their kids.

"If they need anything at all, I would hope that they would know that they can come to us," Jinger told Page Six." My heart just breaks for them as well."

"Becoming Free Indeed" hit shelves Tuesday.

Jinger Duggar, Jeremy Vuolo
Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo get candid about their sex lives in this “Counting On” clip. TLC