The gangs not all here.
In a recent Instagram Story, the Jennings siblings were all smiles while enjoying a day out in the sun — but their youngest sister, Jazz Jennings, appeared to be nowhere in sight.
Jazz's 23-year-old twin brothers, Sander and Griffen, both posted a smiling snap with their older sister, Ari, to their Instagram pages, showing off the siblings' "beach day" without their little sis.
The photo comes in the wake of Jazz's ongoing rift with her family after she previously admitted to being fat-shamed by them over her recent weight gain.
The 21-year-old has been outspoken about her weight and struggle with a binge-eating disorder throughout the new season of I Am Jazz, but she is often seen butting heads with her siblings for trying to intervene in her weight loss journey.
"I do experience fat-shaming from my family," she admitted in the trailer for season seven. "It makes me feel humiliated."
While the TV personality is trying to lose weight for health reasons, she previously expressed that putting too much pressure on herself to shed some pounds has been taking a toll on her mental health.
As OK! previously reported, Jazz confessed to feeling "a little bit broken," throughout her difficult weight loss journey. "My spirit has been shattered a little by all that I've been through."
"It does feel like I'm being put on the spot, having my siblings talk at me instead of to me," she previously confessed after Ari, Sander and Griffen held a weight loss intervention. "I know everyone wants to help out but it's just such a personal struggle to break this cycle of negativity."
In the latest episode of I Am Jazz, Sander accused his transgender sister of "lying" to herself regarding her struggle to lose weight, pointing out she "never follows through" with her goals.
Jazz later admitted in a confessional that she had been "deceiving" herself and her family while trying to lose weight for the wrong reasons.
"I think I have to take the pressure off myself and stop forcing myself to diet and eat healthy and try to lose this weight because the pressure I put on myself is really negatively impacting my mental health," she candidly explained. "Instead of losing weight for myself to feel good and healthy, I almost felt like I was doing it for other people."
By the end of the episode, Jazz insisted she was going to try limiting the amount of pressure she puts on herself, hoping it may help her to lose weight in a more "natural" way.