“Officially 34,” a former reality star tweeted on Thursday, June 23rd. Fourteen years ago I said, ‘YES!’ A trip to visit my best friend. ‘Even if’ by Mercy Me on a replay. “Jesus, I will cling to You no matter what.”
Although she did not specify who the “best” was, several social media users wondered if Anna meant Josh, also 34, who is currently holding in prison in Arkansas awaiting transfer to federal prison. Last month, Judge sentenced the political activist to 151 months in prison after his arrest in April 2021 for receiving and possessing child sexual abuse material. He was found guilty on charges in December 2021 and a recent appeal his conviction.
Par he got married in 2008, two years after their courtship. Anna and Josh shared by seven children: Mackynzie, 12, Michael, 10, Marcus, 8, Meredith, 6, Mason, 4, and Maryella, 2, and Madyson, 7 months. Exclusively said the source Us Weekly the little ones are Anna’s “No. 1 priority ” with his wife away from home in the foreseeable future.
“It will never change. She is with them all the time, ”the insider added.
Anna is not officially addressed Josh’s conviction, but was seen supporting him multiple times during his trial and sentencing. Despite their ups and downs, the source noted that the couple remains “very pious in their faith” – and they do not plan to separate in the middle of Josh’s stay in prison.
“She will not continue with another man,” the insider said Us. “They do not believe in divorce. “She will stand by her husband and continue to raise their children as best she can.”
After Josh was convicted, his parents, Jim Bob i Michelle Duggar, asked fans to keep their oldest child in their prayers. “This whole ordeal was very difficult. … As parents, we will never stop praying for and loving Joshua, like all our children, ” the 19 Children and counting alum said Us in a statement.
“The last few weeks and months have been emotionally difficult. Yesterday was another difficult day. ” the couple wrote through their family blog in May. “We are neither happy nor disappointed with the verdict, but we are grateful that it is finally over. The Bible clearly states that God accomplishes justice and vengeance through ruling authorities. Although some believe that Josh should have received a greater punishment, and even less believe that he should have received a milder punishment, God has now avenged his revenge for his unspeakable criminal activities. ”
The two said Josh’s stay in prison could finally help him “take responsibility” for his behavior. “Let’s hope Josh actually starts treatment and starts working on a lifestyle where he’s less likely to repeat the crime,” Jill and Derick wrote. “We continue to love Josh and his family and we will be there for them as much as we can.”