Jill Duggar appears to have made a pretty huge statement on her Instagram Stories page.
And it has to do with her life, her family and whether the two will ever intertwine again.
Amid incessant chatter over whether or not Jill has cut ties with her polarizing parents and other loved ones, the reality star has posted a mysterious photo on her official social media account.
It's a photo of a sign that hangs, presumably, on the mirror of Jill's car.
And it reads as follows:
“No longer a slave to fear.”
It's nearly impossible these days not to read into those six words when it comes to Jill and her husband, Derick Dillard.
Over the past year or so, Dillard has been spouting off left and right about Jim Bob Duggar, accusing him of not just controlling his kids' lives and finances...
... but of outright stealing from his children.
Dillard has also alleged that Jim Bob did not permit his daughter to do or say almost anything without his blessing.
“We weren’t even allowed to be the first ones to announce our own life events -- our marriage, expecting our baby, our genders of our children, our births -- not by our own choice," Dillard said this spring on the YouTube Channel Without a Crystal Ball.
He previously detailed all the ways that Jim Bob made money off 19 Kids and Counting.
While his many kids were left to pick up the scraps and pieces of pocket change.
Jill, for the most part, has mostly tried to stay out of the feud between her dad and her husband.
She wants to be left out of the drama, but that's a mighty big ask when the drama involves the two main men in her life.
But while Jill hasn't openly taken a side between Derick and and Jim Bob, she's made a few life decisions that hint she's fully on Team Dillard.
For starters, Jill may be done having kids -- which would imply she and Derick are using contraception, which flies wildly in the face of her parents' religious beliefs.
Jill has also traded in her long skirts and dresses for jeans, something else goes against her family’s very conservative dress code.
And she pieced her nose.
And she has enrolled her oldest son, Israel, in public school instead of homeschooling him; and she allows him and two-year old son Samuel to listen to rave music.
Dillard said in a recent interview that he and Jill left Counting On to "avoid toxic relationships” and to “regain control.”
Sounds a lot like they're wall on their way to accomplishing these goals, doesn't it?