JINGER Duggar and her husband Jeremy Vuolo went skiing in Pennsylvania after they avoided their family’s Christmas party following Josh’s guilty verdict.
The 28-year-old documented the outing in an Instagram post on Tuesday.
In the first photo, Jinger and Jeremy, 34, smiled for the camera as they stood side by side in their winter jackets, snow pants and skis.
The second photo caught the couple smiling for a selfie on a chair lift, which was followed two videos of the pair skiing down a hill.
The Counting On alum’s slides concluded with a snap of Jeremy lying in the snow as she donned a serious expression.
Jinger captioned the post: “We went skiing yesterday and left with no broken bones. I’d say that’s a success.
“Pictured: one of Jer’s many wipeouts at least he struck a good pose.”
Jinger documented the skiing date just days after she and Jeremy ditched her family’s Christmas celebration.
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While many members of the Duggar family shared photos and videos from the party, fans were quick to notice that both Jinger and her older sister Jill, 30, skipped the bash.
Jana Duggar shared a series of loving videos on Instagram of herself, James, Jessa and Joy-Anna celebrating the holiday with their families at their Tonitown, Arkansas home.
Those in attendance were all-smiles as they seemingly tried to put the drama from the past few months behind them after the oldest Duggar sibling, Josh, 33, was found guilty for child pornography charges.
Josh was found guilty earlier in December after a nearly two-week-long trial.
The ex reality star faces 20 years in prison for each count.
JINGER AND JEREMY'S STATEMENT
Jinger and Jeremy gave a joint statement following the verdict, saying: "We are thankful to God for exposing Josh’s actions and to a legal system committed to protecting the innocent and punishing the guilty in this case.
"We are grateful for justice. We are praying for further justice, vindication, protection, and healing for all those who have been wronged."
Instead of spending Christmas with her family, the couple traveled to his family's home in Downington, Pennsylvania.
They celebrated the holiday by enjoying traditional meals and playing games like Uno.
Jinger and Jeremy traveled to Jeremy's hometown with their daughters Felicity, three, and Evangeline, one.
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