Is Derick Dillard Leading Jill Away From The Duggar Rulebook?

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Source: TLC

Oct. 8 2018, Updated 2:43 p.m. ET

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Jill Duggar is breaking free of her parents’ rules! And her fans think her husband Derick Dillard may be the reason why.

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Jill posted this photo of herself watching The Dave Ramsey Show with her son Israel. Fans were surprised since Jill’s father Jim Bob is a follower of Jim Sammon’s teachings. Dave and Jim both teach Christian money-saving methods, but the two offer competing advice.

“Skinny jeans, nose piercing, tank tops and now advice from a Dave and not a Jim. How is it that Jill became the rule breaker and not Jessa?” the Facebook account Duggar Family News asked on its page.

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Fans guessed Jill’s husband Derick is the reason she’s doing away with her parents’ rulebook. “She has become a rule breaker because her husband allows her to break those rules,” a fan wrote. “She is still a controlled woman following someone else’s rules.”

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“Duhrick sic must allow it or it wouldn’t happen, unless he himself allows joint decisions in their marriage,” said another fan.

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Some fans credited Jill with breaking away all on her own. “It’s always the quiet obedient ones, they are brewing and cooking underneath and one fine day the stew is done…” a fan commented.

As OK! readers know, Jill has been forging her own path since her husband’s controversial Twitter comments got them kicked off the family TV show Counting On. “I would break the rules, too, if I was married to her husband,” a fan remarked. “Her family doesn't post about her like they used to since he got kicked off the show; she doesn't seem to be the favorite anymore."

Do you think Derick is to blame for Jill venturing away from her Dad’s rulebook? Sound off in the comments below.


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