JINGER Duggar was dressed as a sweet and cuddly tiger for Halloween as she defied her father Jim Bob's rules after the conservative family banned the wicked holiday.
Jinger, 27, celebrated the spooky season in costume at a Halloween party.
In an Instagram Story, the Counting On alum shared a snapshot with her gal pal, Constanza Herrero.
The reality star wore an orange outfit that looked similar to Tigger, one of Winnie-the-Pooh's animal friends.
She also added whiskers to her face and painted them with black ink.
Dressed like an '80s pop star, Jinger's companion wore pink ribbons and a denim jacket with the sleeves ripped.
Constanza captioned the photo: "Found the cutest tiger in town" along with a yellow heart emoji.
The TV star and her husband Jeremy, 33 – who launched a TikTok acount with her – share their two daughters: Evangeline Jo, eight months, and Felicity Nicole, three.
THE STRICT RULES
By attending a Halloween party in costume, Jinger has broken one of her family’s strict rules, which her patriarch and matriarch stuck to for their Christian lifestyle.
The Duggar family observed a strict dress code that usually only permits women to dress modestly and to wear skirts or dresses.
One of these inflexible rules includes not allowing women to show their legs or dress in a revealing manner.
The Duggar children have also been homeschooled and grew up with limited access to entertainment and television.
BAN ON HALLOWEEN
Back in 2011, Jinger's mother Michelle Duggar, 55, wrote in a now-deleted post: "While we do go to pumpkin patches and corn mazes, we don’t do the Halloween thing.
Michelle added: “From the beginning of our marriage, we just kind of felt like we didn’t want to celebrate that holiday. But we enjoy the harvest celebration.
She concluded: "Our church fellowship has had different celebrations through the years that we’ve been a part of, ones where the children can play games and receive candy and toys and do all kinds of fun things, like a cakewalk.”
HIS POLITICAL RUN
Jinger is the sixth child of of father Jim Bob Duggar, 56, who recently announced his official run for state Senate in Arkansas.
The Duggar patriarch hoped to fill in the vacant seat for Arkansas State Senate District 7, according to the Arkansas Democrat Gazette.
Jim Bob released a statement and described his candidacy: "Northwest Arkansas is my lifelong home. It's where my wife, Michelle, and I have raised our 20 children.
"It's where we've grown our small businesses. It's where we've built a life centered around our faith, family, and friends."
The Duggar patriarch claimed that "out-of-control bureaucrats have put politics over common-sense policy with government mandates that force people to choose between earning a paycheck and violating their personal rights and beliefs."
Jim Bob promised to be the "bold voice that is pro-family, pro-business, pro-gun, and pro-life."
The TLC star concluded: "It's time for conservatives to demand courageous leadership that puts Arkansas families, jobs, and our constitutional liberties first.
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