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Wait, Did Jill Duggar Wear Shorts In Front Of Her Mom Michelle?

Jill Duggar mom Michelle
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Apr. 11 2019, Updated 5:47 p.m. ET

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Jill Duggar continues to defy her parents’ conservative rules. The former Counting On star shocked fans when she appeared to wear shorts during her son Israel’s birthday party — and in front of her mom Michelle, no less! Scroll below to see Jill’s scandalous wardrobe choice.

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Jill Duggar son Israel birthday party
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Over the weekend, Jill celebrated her son’s 4th birthday with her younger siblings, nieces and nephews, sister Jana, sister-in-law Anna, and mom Michelle.

Jill Duggar son Israel birthday party mom Michelle
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In one of the photos, Jill appears to be wearing shorts — or at the very least, a skirt that falls several inches above her knees.

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Fans were surprised to see Jill showing so much skin!

“I’m confused. I thought you guys couldn’t wear shorts??” a fan asked.

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The Duggar girls typically keep themselves covered from the knees and up. They’ll even wear leggings under skirts and dresses to ensure their knees are covered.

It looks like Jill doesn’t follow that rule anymore, though!

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Jill has also taken to regularly wearing jeans and heels. She’s come a long way since her 19 Kids & Counting days, as has her sister Jinger. The latter has been revamping her wardrobe (including adding sleeveless tops and red high heels!) ahead of her move to LA with husband Jeremy Vuolo.

What do you think of Jill’s look? Sound off in the comments below.

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