It's only been about six months since Amy Duggar married Dillon King, but it seems the man already fits right in with the Duggar clan.
He's devoutly religious, he was willing to save himself for marriage, and most importantly, he doesn't trust Josh Duggar as far as he can throw him.
In a recent interview with In Touch, Dillon was asked if the family had forgiven Josh and he stated that they had, but it sounds like that was his way of parroting the official, Duggar-approved response to all questions regarding Josh and forgiveness.
Asked if anyone in the family trusts Josh, Dillon was a bit more forthcoming:
“It’s not ever going to be the same,” he explained. “It’s not ever going to be what it was.”
That sounds like Dillon's way of saying he's still mighty wary of the troubled father of four.
And it seems that he's not alone:
“There are people in the extended family who definitely won’t bring their children near Josh,” an anonymous insider tells the tabloid.
“Who would want their kids around him after all he’s done?”
The Duggars returned to television last night with Jill & Jessa: Counting On Season 2 Episode 1 airing on TLC, and though Josh wasn't in the episode (and reportedly won't appear in the series at all) he loomed over the proceedings like a pervy specter.
At one point, Anna Duggar talked about visiting Josh in rehab, and while she spoke kindly of her husband, the entire family seemed more than happy to move on to new business.
Are we imagining things, or does it seem like Josh won't be able to shake his status as the worst kind of black sheep for many years to come?
Watch Jill & Jessa: Counting On online to see if you pick up on it, too.