Jill Duggar is seemingly very happy and still very much in love with her husband, Derick Dillard and her most recent Instagram snap shows that. The photo is of just her and Derick enjoying a bit of time together in their home. The photo also revealed that her hubby is now sporting a mustache.
The twosome is seen sitting close together in their home in Arkansas posing for the camera. They both look relaxed and are smiling, but eagle-eyed fans quickly noticed that there was something just a little different about Derick -- he is growing out a mustache, which is little different look for him.
It appears that his wife may not be such a big fan of his new look. When one of her followers noticed "the stache," Jill hopped back on to indicate how she feels about it.
"Haha yeah, I told him I'd let him grow it out a little I guess lol," the Duggar daughter said.In the photo, the mom of two is wearing a lavender top and sported a flowery headband to help to keep her hair out of her face. Her newly-cut locks are pulled back into a loose ponytail. She is also wearing her nose ring that can clearly be seen in the picture. Derick is seen in a casual t-shirt that has pine trees and writing on it. In the caption, Jill indicated that being with her husband is her favorite place to be.
Her 1.6 million followers seemed to adore seeing these two lovebirds together. There were plenty of comments stating how cute they are.
"Y'all are so sweet, keep that spark alive!" one fan said.
"You two seem like a perfect match," another person commented.
Derick has a lot more time for his family these days after finishing up his second year of law school. According to an Instagram post from his wife a few days ago, he just took his finals online, and it appears that he is done for the summer.
During the recent coronavirus pandemic, Jill and Derick have been sticking close to home and been trying to keep a safe distance from their family and friends. In yet another Instagram post, Jill raved about being able to go shopping alone without her two boys. She ended up buying a tree to plant in their yard, mentioning that it was an emotional purchase that she found to be "therapeutic & satisfying."