Jinger Duggar reveals she & husband Jeremy Vuolo want to give two daughters 'a bit more privacy while they're so young'

JINGER Duggar has revealed the reason behind the lack of photographs of her two daughters.

The reality star explained how she and husband Jeremy Vuolo want to give their kids "a bit more privacy while they're so young".

The revelation came as the 27-year-old answered questions from her fans on social media.

Jinger, who found fame alongside her many siblings on TLC's Counting On, is mom to baby Evangeline Jo and two-year-old Felicity.

One follower asked: "I think I have an idea but why no pictures of your girls? Not being judgemental just asking."

To which Jinger responded: "The girls are doing great! Felicity is absolutely smitten by her little sister and Evy adores Felicity.

"You haven't seen much of them simply because we are wanting to give them a bit more privacy while they're so young,"

She added: "We appreciate how much you love and support our family. It means so much to us! Thanks for asking."

Earlier this month, fans expressed their concern that the couple "never" post pictures of their daughters.

A number of Jinger's followers responded to an Instagram post to ask why their daughters are absent from social media.

Over the Easter weekend, Jinger took to Instagram to share a photo of herself cuddling up to her 33-year-old husband Jeremy.

Jinger wore a cream dress, while her husband wore a suit and tie.

The Counting On star captioned the post: "He is Risen!"

While a number of her fans complimented the couple on their sweet photo, others took to the comments section to ask where Felicity and Evangeline were during the festive celebration.

One person wrote: "Apparently they have no children anymore."

In response to the first comment, another fan agreed: "I literally was going to say the same thing."

Another fan commented: "Amen to that… how's your girls?"

A following fan responded to the question: "They don't post about the girls anymore. I think for privacy reasons."

The concerned comments continued as another person wrote: "I totally understand if you want to stop posting pictures of your children.

"But, it would be nice if they simply SAID that. Instead of letting everyone worry that something is wrong.

"You were happily posting lots of pictures and videos, and then suddenly stopped with no explanation."

The Instagram user continued: "So, I'm sure you realize why people are confused and concerned. Because we care about you all."

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