Josh Duggar’s wife Anna boasts family is self-isolating after Joy-Anna ‘laughs’ at pandemic and refuses to stay home – The Sun
ANNA Duggar has boasted how her family is self-isolating and enjoying church services from home, as her sister-in-law Joy-Anna came under fire for laughing at the pandemic.
Anna, who is married to Josh Duggar, star of 19 Kids And Counting, took to Instagram to wish her followers a happy Palm Sunday and ask how everyone was coping amid the lockdown.
"Happy Palm Sunday — Hosanna! Amid all the changes of the coronavirus pandemic it felt good to dress up and get ready for church! Even though we livestreamed the service it felt a little more normal to be “dressed for church”," she shared alongside a picture of her six children in their Sunday best.
"This got me thinking…is anyone else planning to wear their #Easter outfits next Sunday and livestream a church service?
"During the #HolyWeek let’s make a meaningful time as we remember Jesus’ life, death and resurrection. May we celebrate Jesus’ sacrificial love for us and share it with others!"
Joy-Anna, 22, was recently called out after appearing to be refusing to follow social distancing rules as she helped out with the tornado relief effort in Arkansas.
Fans were concerned that she was too close to other people and not maintaining social distancing, although she was wearing a mask.
"This is devastating. Pls know you still need to physical distance by 6’. You’re all way too close together. The last thing this community is going to need is to be hit with a surge of Covid cases," wrote one.
"Six feet rule not being enforced!" wrote another.
The mother-of-one had explained that she was volunteering to help those who lost their homes in the tornados last year, and her picture showed her wearing a mask.
"Arkansas is an immensely special place to me. It is HOME! So when a tornado hit Jonesboro, Arkansas, last weekend I knew I wanted to volunteer to help those who had lost their homes," she wrote.
She continued: "My heart goes out to the families, businesses and communities affected by the tornado! But I know from experience that people in Arkansas come together, and I was proud to see so many people there to offer a helping hand! My thoughts and prayers are with the people of Jonesboro!"
In a recent YouTube video she was also caught on camera laughing at the coronavirus as she was asked if she had heard about it.
The star laughed and replied, "I think almost everybody has," she said.
She was sitting in close proximity to her co-hosts and linked arms with husband Austin.
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