Despite all the controversies surrounding her marriage, it seems Anna Duggar is ready to return to her normal life as she recently spent quality time with her sisters-in-law. She even posted a photo of her with Jana, Jinger and Joy-Anna Duggar as they spend girls' day last weekend.
The photo was posted on the official Facebook page of the Duggar family. Almost immediately after the photo was shared, fans of the reality shows "19 Kids and Counting" and its spinoff "Jill and Jessa: Counting On" expressed their support for the Duggars through their comments.
"The Duggar girls are beautiful inside and out," user Paula Ford posted. "It continues to break my heart the way protesters have bullied the Duggars and their beautiful children for over a year now, as well as the loving fans."
"You sweet Duggar girls just keep on smiling and having fun together," another user, Joy Moses, stated. "Ignore the haters and ridiculers as their lives are so miserable which is why they have nothing better to do!"
Of course, the fans were referring to the aftermath of what happened to the Duggar family after Anna's husband Josh became the center of major controversies involving infidelity, porn addiction, and molestation.
But, amidst the issues, Anna maintained her support for Josh especially after he came back from his six-month stay at a faith-based rehabilitation center earlier this year.
The girls, however, did not mention where they went or what they did during girls' day but from the looks of the photo, it seems a bit of road-tripping was involved. Also, as noted by Inquisitr, the upcoming episode of "Jill and Jessa: Counting On" will once again focus on the female members of the Duggar clan.
According to the report, the episode will show as the girls spend their weekend in a log cabin. A teaser for the episode also showed Anna talking about Josh's return from rehab. But, even though Anna will open up about her relationship with Josh on the show, it is not yet clear if he will eventually make an appearance on "Jill and Jessa: Counting On."