Amy Duggar shows off her fit legs in tiny shorts with husband Dillon as star defies strict family dress code

AMY Duggar showed off her fit legs in tiny shorts with her husband Dillon King as the reality star defied her strict family dress code.

Amy, 34. announced the location of her new clothing store on Instagram. 


The large empty space had the ceiling light turned on and the windows showed off the garden in the back.

The Counting On star thanked her hubby "for always dreaming with me."

She wrote: "I couldn’t do it without you!"

The reality star shares her one-year-old son Daxton with her husband. 

With glasses on his face, Dillon had on his cap backward and wore a gray T-shirt with shorts.

Amy wore a red top and gray shorts, which teased her bare legs. 

Counting On's patriarch Jim Bob Duggar, 55, and matriarch Michelle Duggar, 54, have stuck to major  strict rules for their Christian lifestyle.

The Duggar family observed a strict dress code that allowed women to dress modestly and to wear only long skirts or dresses.

One of these inflexible rules includes not allowing women to show their legs or dress in a revealing manner.

Amy has also been seen in gym shorts, strapless tops, and jeans while in defiance against the family strict dress code.

'I TREASURE THIS'

Back in August, the TLC star wore tiny shorts and a plunging top in a sweet throwback snap with her late grandmother Mary.

In the snap, Amy and Mary held up paintbrushes as they posed inside at what looked like a yard sale.

The TV star wrote: "We were always painting, changing something, on the hunt for 'junk.'

"I treasure this photo so much."

Mary – who was Amy's uncle and Jim Bob's mom – had died in a tragic drowning accident in June of 2019 at the age of 78.

JOSH'S ARREST

Her disgraced cousin Josh, 33, was arrested back in April and was then granted bail after getting caught with "possessing 65 images of child pornography."

Despite his release, the TLC star has been restricted travel and cannot leave Benton, Washington, and Madison counties in Arkansas without permission from the court.

Josh could be facing up to 20 years in prison if he is to be found guilty.

Following his arrest, The Sun revealed that the TLC show had been canceled after about six years.

A source told The Sun: "The decision was made by TLC earlier this week to cancel the show.

"The family was told over the phone shortly after and it's still very hush, hush. The petition from those who boycotted Counting On was hard to ignore, and sponsors were very concerned following Josh's arrest.”



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