Jinger Duggar praised as 'relatable' for ironing her jumpsuit while wearing it to 'save time'
JINGER Duggar received praise from her fans as they call her "relatable" for ironing her outfit while already wearing it.
The Counting On star has been honest with the public of late over her body image and health issues.
Jinger, 27, was caught in a hilarious moment on Instagram when her husband Jeremy Vuolo, 33, snapped a photo of her ironing her dress while already wearing it.
The mom of two had a confused expression on her face while holding the iron over a piece of her red checkered outfit.
The reality star captioned the shot: "That moment @jeremy_vuolo caught me saving some serious time ironing my clothes," with a laughing emoji.
Fans found the image "relatable" as they took to Reddit to give props to Jinger for appearing down to earth.
"The most relatable thing a Duggar has done. I know it’s hard to relate to them, but I feel this," one wrote, while re-sharing the funny photo.
Jinger recently opened up about her "extreme dieting" patterns as she battled an "eating disorder" as a teenager.
The TLC star revealed her desperation to be "skinny" despite being "very in shape."
In a conversation with Us Weekly, she explained: “For me, the wrestling was with my weight and my body image, even though I was very in shape and I didn’t need to lose weight.
“I felt like I needed to; as a 14-year-old girl, I was really wrestling with that.
“I think in this culture around us, there is so much talk about what true beauty is and what we’re defined by — if it’s by how we look, how we were raised or how popular we are, whatever those things may be."
Jinger previously admitted that both Jeremy and her mother Michelle Duggar were aware of the pain she encountered during her younger years.
She confessed: “I talked to Jeremy. He knows about that, of course, from day one and my mom, but I think just those [issues] that I had, I wanted others to be able to see that they’re not alone and that there are answers for that.
“And you don’t have to feel like you have to measure up to a certain standard of beauty or personality or whatever it may be, but [it’s about] just accepting who you were made to be.”
Despite progressing leaps and bounds from her previous insecurities, the young mom admitted that she still has work to do.
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She said: “I think it’s something that I feel like I have really just found my identity in Christ and, like, realizing, ‘OK, I don’t have to measure up.'
“There are days where I feel like it will come up in my mind for a second, but it’s not something that I struggle with on a daily basis.
“I mean, everybody will look in the mirror at some point and say, ‘Oh, like, I feel terrible.’ Or if I’ve [been] eating super unhealthy, like, ‘I know, OK. I just got to get back on track.'"
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