Jinger Duggar has long had a reputation as being the most rebellious member of her famous family.
Even before Jinger began wearing pants in direct violation of her parents' strict dress code, it was clear that she wouldn't be spending her adult years adhering to the lifestyle and belief system that's been foisted upon her siblings.
Shortly after marrying Jeremy Vuolo, Jinger became the first of her sisters to leave Arkansas, relocating with her new husband to Laredo, Texas.
Now, it looks like Jinger and Jeremy are on the move yet again, and this time, they're bound for a land where Jesus might be your savior, but he's also your barista.
According to Jeremy's Instagram page, he and his pregnant wife will soon be residents of the City of Angels.
Vuolo posted a photo of an acceptance letter from the divinity program at the Master’s Seminary in Los Angeles, where he apparently applied to study.
Jeremy did not say whether or not he plans to attend the program, but he certainly seemed excited about the opportunity.
“I am so grateful to the Lord, as well as to Pastor John MacArthur and @revaustintduncan, for giving me the incredible opportunity to begin theological and pastoral studies at @mastersseminary," he captioned the photo.
Longtime fans of the Duggar clan might recall that this is not the first time Jinger has flirted with the idea of building a life in one of America's great bastions of coastal liberalism.
When Jinger vaguely referenced plans to move to New York City back in 2015, her family went into damage control mode, swiftly assuring conservative Duggar fans that she had no real intention of moving to Manhattan.
“Jinger didn’t mean she wanted to move to New York City,” Michelle Duggar told Radar at the time.
“She meant that she wants to live closer to a city. We’re talking right near a city, but not New York City. Jinger meant she wanted to live 15 minutes from Walmart. New York City is way above what we would ever consider a city where she should move.”
She said she wants to move to New York, not vote for Bernie Sanders.
Of course these days, Jinger joining the population of a large, left-leaning city is small potatoes in terms of Duggar scandals.
Hell, the family might even support Jinger and Jeremy's move to LA.
After all, Jinger's siblings all earn the majority of their income in the entertainment field.
They might consider it an asset to finally have boots on the ground in Hollywood.
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