Jim Bob, Michelle Duggar Divorce: ’19 Kids And Counting’ Star Ends Marriage? Duggar Kids’ Parents Spill Secrets! Couple Announcing Breakup Soon?
Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar have been bombarded with divorce rumors ever since their eldest son Josh Duggar got involved in a big controversy. Now, latest reports suggest that the "19 Kids and Counting" parents have finally made a decision to end their marriage.
According to rumors, Michelle Duggar has had enough of the challenges that surrounded the Duggar family. Ever since Josh Duggar admitted to molesting girls in his younger years and being unfaithful to wife Anna by joining Ashley Madison site, the Duggars reportedly experienced the fallout - with Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar's marriage being one of the many relationships that had been affected.
Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar had been featured in tabloids with their alleged divorce making the headlines. However, the couple recently made it clear that they are still very much together and their marriage is intact. Jim Bob confirmed this by posting a photo of him and his wife on Twitter. The caption of the Nov. 13 photo read, "Don't believe everything you read in the tabloids! Michelle and I have been married for over 32 years and are more in love than ever!" More recently, the couple attended Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede.
Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar couldn't have gone for divorce because also recently, the couple was granted "permanent guardianship" to an eight-year-old boy. This made the "19 Kids and Counting" family grow even more. The Duggar siblings also now have a little brother to look after.
At the moment, the Duggar parents continue to face divorce rumors but they always come back strong. Early this year, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar made it clear that they are more in love with each other. One important advice they can give to couples is to get close to Jesus as much as possible. "Individually pursue a close relationship with Jesus," the Christian couple said. "The closer we each get to God, the closer we each get to each other."