JINGER Duggar shared an unrecognizable throwback photo of herself on a Scotland trip from 10 years ago.
The former reality star has done quite the 180 since, breaking several of her family's strict rules.
The Counting On alum, 27, took to her Instagram Stories to post the snap, which shows her around 17 years old while in Scotland.
In the photo, Jinger sports curls, jeans, and a gray sweatshirt over a brown tee-shirt, as she smiles while holding a camera.
She wrote over it: "10 years ago today in Scotland."
Plenty has changed since that photo was snapped, as the ex TV star is now married to Jeremy Vuolo, and they share daughters Felicity, three, and Evangeline, 9 months.
The mother of two, who was recently accused of looking "tired," has also broken several of her parents Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar's rules, especially their strict dress code.
Recently, Jinger wore tight ripped jeans near her LA home, and before that outing she took a stroll while rocking a pair of tiny shorts.
The women in the controversial family are urged not to show their arms or legs or wear revealing styles.
Other shocking Duggar rules include avoiding birth control, using parental chaperones while they go on dates prior to being married, and enforcing home schooling.
THE RULE BREAKERS
Jinger sisters Jill and Joy-Anna have been doing plenty of rule breaking themselves.
Joy-Anna wore short shorts on the golf course with her husband, Austin Forsyth, upon her return to social media after some time off recently.
As for Jill, she wore a short blue dress that rested above her knees while meeting fellow reality TV stars, Little People, Big World's Jeremy and Audrey Roloff.
Meanwhile, all of the sisters have been dealing with the fallout of their older brother Josh's arrest, as he pleaded not guilty after being charged with two counts of receiving and possessing child pornography.
Following his arrest, The Sun revealed that the TLC reality show, Counting On, had been canceled after nearly six years.
A source told The Sun at time: "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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