Jinger Duggar Vuolo Net Worth: How’s The 19 Kids and Counting Star Today?

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Jinger Duggar Vuolo is famous for her maiden name, Duggar, for being the daughter of the TV personalities Jim Bob Duggar and Michelle Duggar and part of the 18 siblings.

She’s also part of the hit TLC reality TV series 19 Kids and Counting. So, how is Jinger’s life today, and how much net worth does she have?

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Jinger Duggar Vuolo’s Career

The 29-year-old became a public figure as part of the Duggar family, featured in the hit documentary 14 Children and Pregnant Again in 2004.

Another documentary, Raising 16 Children, came out in 2006, followed by One the Road with 15 Children.

Come 2008, their own series, 19 Kids and Counting, dropped. However, the show got cancelled after her brother, Josh, got involved in a huge scandal.

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A new show, Jill & Jessa: Counting On, was released, focusing on Jinger’s sisters, Jill and Jessa, in 2015. It was eventually cancelled in June 2021.

Jinger, Jana, Jill, and Jesse wrote the book Growing Up Duggar in 2014. A second book, The Hope We Hold: Finding Peace with the Promise of God, co-written with her husband, Jeremy Vuolo, came out in 2021.

With these to her name, Jinger is now worth $2 million.

Jinger Duggar Vuolo Opens Up About Growing to Christian Teachings

Jinger called growing up to Christian teachings “harmful” after being raised to follow those until she found freedom in 2017.

"Fear was a huge part of my childhood," she told People. "I thought I had to wear only skirts and dresses to please God. Music with drums, places I went, or the wrong friendships could all bring harm."

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She was terrified to defy God’s will, afraid that she would die in a car accident, as she didn’t know if God wanted her to stay home and read her Bible instead of going out.

It has been known that the Duggar family is a strict Christian clan who are devout followers of the Institute in Basic Life Principles, established by the disgraced minister Bill Gothard in 1961.

The IBLP movement teaches women to be submissive to their husbands, and its followers should avoid dancing, dating, and following modern popular culture.

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Thankfully, her perspective began to change in 2017 as she walked away from IBLP. However, Jinger stressed that she’s still a strong Christian, though her understanding of how to live her faith has changed.

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