Escaping Her Family! Jinger Duggar’s Husband Jeremy Accepted To School In Los Angeles

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Jinger Duggar’s dream of living in a big city may finally be coming true, but what do her conservative parents think? The Counting On star’s husband has been accepted to a program in Los Angeles, California.

Vuolo captioned a photo of his acceptance letter, “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.”

While in Los Angeles, California in March, Jeremy and his wife visited Grace Community Church to check out Master’s Seminary.

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But there is hope for strict parents Jim Bob and Michelle, as there is a program in Dallas, Texas. The couple currently lives in Laredo, Texas.

The move would be the latest form of rebellion for Jinger, who has been breaking away from her strict family in recent years.

Jinger, who is pregnant with their first child together, began rebelling when she broke courting rules with Vuolo. She gave him a full frontal hug instead of a side hug when he proposed on an episode of Counting On.

Duggar women are only allowed to wear skirts or long dresses, but Jinger has worn tight jeans, shorts and heels.

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Jinger has even said that she wanted to move to New York City, but her mother shut the idea down!

“Jinger didn’t mean she wanted to move to New York City,” Michelle previously told Radar. “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.”

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