As you probably know, Jinger Duggar tied the knot with Jeremy Vuolo in a large ceremony in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, last weekend
Nearly all of the 22-year-old star's famous family members and friends were in attendance, but one family member noticeably absent.
Jinger's cousin, Amy Duggar King, was MIA.
Did Jim Bob's niece, often considered a rebel by Duggar standards, snub the festivities amid turmoil with her famous cousins, aunt and uncle?
Not remotely, Amy told ET this week.
In fact, she says she was crushed to miss out on Jinger's special day, and dispelled any rumors that she's on the outs with her family.
"I was absolutely invited. I love my family! There is no rift between me and my cousins at all. It was just wrong timing," she explained.
"We already had something scheduled."
While Jinger Duggar was walking down the aisle, Amy, 30, was snapping Instagram pics in Las Vegas with her husband, Dillon King.
They were in Sin City to attend the 2017 SEMA Show, a specialty auto trade show attended by nearly 60,000 professionals and buyers.
If it doesn't sound like a big deal ... think again.
"It was Dillon’s dream to be a part of it and his truck was being sponsored!" Amy told ET. "This was planned a year in advance."
"There was no way I could let my husband go without me ... I let my family know I loved them and that I couldn’t make it."
"I hated to miss it but I know there will be many more and that I will get to celebrate with her when we get back!"
Amy did attend the weddings of cousins Josh Duggar (to Anna Duggar), Jessa Duggar (to Ben Seewald) and Jill Duggar (to Derick Dillard).
So three out of four isn't a bad record so far.
Besides, she has potentially 15 future opportunities to celebrate a wedding with the mega family and improve her attendance figures.
While she wasn't there for the happy day, the controversial Josh and Anna Duggar did attend, and brought along their four children.
The eldest Duggar son has steered clear of the spotlight in the year since his back-to-back sex scandals roiled the reality TV empire.
Amy was one of Josh's most vocal critics.
Breaking from her family, who largely closed ranks around Josh - although some did express disappointment - Amy called him out.
Hard. She does not mince words.
"I knew nothing of the molestation charges, and I had no idea what the Ashley Madison site even was?" Amy said last fall.
“I was completely shocked just like the rest of the world; the only difference was I was being fitted for my wedding dress."
"[I had] tears running down my face and a glass of wine in my hand as the news broke ... I wondered what the heck was going on?"
"A million questions flooded my mind," Amy wrote.
"Rage came over me, sadness crept in."
Finally, after processing it all, "reality sat in that the person I had known my entire life turned out to be a fraud, and a complete stranger."
The 30-year-old continued unloading:
"I’ve always heard about people in this world that lived a double life, but I never thought that someone so close to home would be living a lie."
Pretty much sums it up right there.
Stay tuned. And cross your fingers.