Is Anna Duggar turning down all of her family members’ offers to help her leave her marriage to Josh? Several of her relatives have publicly voiced that they are willing to support her and their seven children. Keep reading to get all of the details about what’s going on and see who’s offered to help her so far.
If you haven’t been keeping up with the Duggars, here’s a quick update. Last spring, Josh was arrested on child pornography charges. He’s since been found guilty and will be sentenced on May 25, 2022. Throughout all of this, his wife, Anna, has stood by his side. She and several family members reportedly believe he’s innocent.
Fans have been urging Anna Duggar to get a divorce, though this doesn’t seem likely.
Anna Duggar reportedly still believes Josh is innocent.
Though Anna seldom posts online anymore, several sources close to the family have stated that she believes her husband is innocent. So, this might explain why Anna hasn’t sought out a divorce and tried to leave Josh. She doesn’t think he’s done anything wrong, so she may not even be considering a divorce.
Many fans are hopeful that Anna Duggar will get a divorce and protect herself and her kids. Of course, it would be difficult for Anna to leave with seven young kids. But it looks like she has some people in her circle who are willing to help.
Several family members have even offered to support her and the children. She still isn’t taking them up on their offers, it seems.
Who has publicly offered to help her?
Three of Anna Duggar’s relatives have publicly offered to support her and her children.
Several years ago, one of Anna’s brothers, Daniel Keller, called Josh a “pig.” He wanted Anna to leave her husband and offered to help her out. He wrote, “I have told her I would pay for her to move out here w me and pay for her kidz. I don’t think josh will see that this is a big deal and be truly broken till that happens.”
In their statement after Josh’s guilty verdict, Jill and Derick Dillard offered to support Anna and the kids. They wrote:
“Our hearts are sensitive to the pains Josh’s wife, Anna, and their seven children have already endured and will continue to process in the future. This trial has felt more like a funeral than anything else. Josh’s family has a long road ahead. We stand with them, we are praying for them, and we will seek to support them however we can during this dark time.”
This week, another relative offered to help Anna Duggar and the kids. In a new Instagram post, Duggar cousin Amy King urged Anna to divorce Josh. Then, she added, “Dillon and I are more than willing to help you.”
Of course, because Anna and the rest of the family are laying low, we don’t know what’s actually going on behind the scenes. It’s possible that Anna is in the process of leaving her husband, though this seems unlikely based on what’s been revealed so far. It’s also possible that other friends and family members have offered to help her out of her relationship.
For now, she appears to be sticking by his side.
So, do you think that Anna Duggar will ever turn to a family member for help leaving her husband, Josh? Or do you think she’s going to continue to stand by his side through it all? Share your thoughts in the comments section below. And come back to TV Shows Ace for more Duggar family news.
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