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It’s over! 90 Day Fiancé stars Angela Deem and Michael Ilesanmi ​have split after three years of marriage, In Touch can exclusively confirm.

“Angela and Michael are not together,” a source reveals to In Touch.

The split comes after fans watched Angela, 57, and Michael, ​34, deal with his cheating scandal during season 7 of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?

Angela learned that Michael had been unfaithful after she had returned to a trip to his native Nigeria so they could work on their long-distance marriage. When she returned, a friend revealed text messages and voice notes he sent to another woman.

“I’m trying to call you now. You’re not picking up. I’ve been busy trying to sort things out. OK? Just trust me, please,” Michael told the other woman as Angela played the recording in a December 2022 episode. “Also, I have some money coming to your side. I will let you know, OK? I will call you, please. I love you, and I miss you.” The voice recording concluded with the TLC personality making kissing sounds.

​Angela broke down in tears during a confessional. “Can you believe he said that to this girl?” the Georgia native asked. “That’s how he would talk to me. He broke my heart. He really broke my heart. He really broke my heart. I didn’t deserve this.”

Michael’s indiscretions were a hot topic during the season 7 tell-all special. At one point, Angela ​started crying as she acknowledged that Michael told another woman that he loved her while in ​ bed with her.

“I was over there, and he was in my bed when he did that — when I’d go downstairs,” Angela recalled of her trip to visit Michael. “I found out that he was doing this the whole time that — when we made up. He knew what he was doing.”

Michael insisted that it was “OK,” though Angela fired back by yelling, “You’re a lying son of a bitch. I protected you for four years, and I know you did stupid ​s—t, but when you [cheat], there’s no way you can f—king love me.”

During part 4 of the tell-all, Angela revealed that Michael’s cheating may have been the final straw in their relationship. “Right now, divorce is definitely on the table,” she admitted ​at the time. “I’m definitely gonna file. That doesn’t mean I’m gonna sign.”

‘90 Day Fiance’ Stars Angela Deem and Michael Ilesanmi Split After 3 Years of Marriage
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Angela noted that she was “mentally exhausted” and “very hurt” by the situation. “With Michael’s lying and all, and all the stuff I just found out, I don’t think he’s ever loved me,” the mother of two, who has daughters Scottie and Skyla from a previous relationship, said. “I think he loves me ’cause everything I’ve done for him, but he can’t tell me why he’s in love with me.”

After meeting online in 2018, the couple got married in Nigeria in January 2020. Following their beautiful ceremony, Angela returned home to Georgia and filed for Michael’s visa that March. However, the couple experienced major delays in the process due to the COVID-19 pandemic and remained in a long-distance marriage.

Angela and Michael faced several obstacles throughout their marriage and regularly fought about trust issues. Even before tying the knot, Michael admitted to cheating on Angela during season 2 of 90 Day Fiancé: Before The 90 Days. However, she eventually forgave him, and they continued to work on their relationship.

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No regrets. Jinger Duggar revealed that it wasn’t love at first sight when she was courting her ​now-husband, Jeremy Vuolo.

“Jer came on the scene, and I think my hesitation was mainly because of him being outside of my world,” Jinger, 29, told Us Weekly in an interview published on Tuesday, January 31, about the early days of her relationship with Jeremy, 35. “And that can be a fearful thing when you’re in that culture.”

After meeting in 2015, the couple announced their courtship in June 2016. Jeremy proposed one month later during a trip to New York City.

While Jinger admitted she wasn’t completely sold on the former soccer player early on in their relationship, she ultimately accepted his proposal. They tied the knot five months later in November 2016.

“I had such confidence, though,” the Counting On alum told Us. “I remember coming back [from a date] and telling my mom, ‘I feel so safe with him. Like he is everything that I’ve ever wanted.’”

Jinger – who was raised to follow the non-denominational Christian teachings of the Institute in Basic Life Principles (IBLP) – continued, “He wasn’t in our setting, which is just crazy to think about, but he loved God, and he was committed to the word of God and lived his life according to it. And that’s where I found, ‘OK, this guy is an awesome guy.’ It’s exactly what I’ve wanted.”

Similar to her older siblings, Jinger and Jeremy followed a courtship in which her father, Jim Bob Duggar, had to approve of him before the duo were able to spend time together. Once he expressed approval, the pair had to be chaperoned and weren’t allowed to be physically intimate.

“It was intense, but I was actually pretty eager to fill it out and say, ‘OK, look, this is a good opportunity for them to get to know me,’” Jeremy previously told Us Weekly in April 2021 about a questionnaire he received from the Duggar patriarch, 57, before he was allowed to court Jinger. “It’s tough for Mr. Duggar, man. He’s got all these girls [and] all these guys hanging around. I think if I had all those girls, I’d probably come up with a document too.”

After tying the knot, the couple welcomed their first daughter, Felicity, in 2018, and their second daughter, Evangeline, in 2020.

While promoting her memoir, Becoming Free Indeed, which was released on Tuesday, January 31, Jinger said her thoughts on dating have changed since her courtship.

Jinger Duggar Recalls She Was ‘Fearful’ of Courtship With Now-Husband Jeremy Vuolo
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“I would look at people who are dating and think, ‘Oh, they are setting themselves up for a life of disaster because this can’t lead anywhere good,’” she told People.

However, she noted that she’s since seen “more people honor God — and live a very beautiful life — who have dated, and sometimes even better than courtship.”

“I could be so consumed with that — with having a chaperone, with not kissing before you’re married, and not holding hands before you’re engaged,” the former TLC personality added. “All of these things that I had set up for myself that now I kind of laugh at.”

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Looking back. Amy King (née Duggar) revealed that Veggie Tales were banned ​from Jim Bob Duggar and Michelle Duggar’s home.

While discussing the Institute in Basic Life Principles (IBLP), which is a non-denominational Christian religion that several of her family members follow, Amy, 36, shared one shocking parenting decision Jim Bob, 57, and Michelle, 56, made in light of their faith.

“Being bold this year and just not holding back!” Amy wrote via Instagram on Monday, January 30. “I was never a part of the IBLP officially but I was around family members who were very much involved and on the board of it. I am just not going to be afraid anymore to speak the truth and expose the damaging cult that IBLP is.”

The 19 Kids and Counting alum’s post included a TikTok video with text that explained she “brought over Veggie Tales so that my cousins could at least see a cartoon” when they were younger, adding that it is a “CHRISTIAN, wholesome cartoon.”

Amy then claimed that her aunt and uncle told her that “Veggie Tales are not welcome at our house.” She recalled being told, “I do not want my kids thinking vegetables talk.”

“I kid you not I was told this years ago,” she added in the caption. “Also I’ve been speaking up for a few months now.”

The former TLC personality shared her thoughts on IBLP just one day before her cousin Jinger Duggar released her memoir Becoming Free Indeed on Tuesday, January 31, which breaks down her decision to leave the non-denominational Christian religion founded by Bill Gothard  in 1961.

After calling IBLP’s teachings “hurtful,” Jinger, 29, said the ministry encourages a life that was “built on rules, not God’s Word.”

Also in the book, the Counting On alum said that Gothard and her brother Josh Duggar, who is currently serving time in prison on child pornography charges, share similar morals.

“One of the hardest realities in my life is that my brother Josh very publicly displayed some of the same hypocrisy as Gothard,” Jinger about Josh, 34. “He used his platform, and even his job at the Family Research Council, to promote some of the same ideas Gothard taught.”

Amy Duggar Reveals Why Jim Bob and Michelle Banned ‘Veggie Tales' From Their Home
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The former reality star added that her brother “looked the part in so many ways,” though the “true Josh appears to be much different.”

“He was living a lie. Even though he claimed to follow Jesus, his actions gave no evidence of a true love for the Lord, a heart changed by the gospel,” Jinger continued. “Watching all the pain Josh’s sin has caused not only shows me the danger of hypocrisy but also reveals that external religion, a life of performance, has nothing to do with following Jesus.”



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Jinger Vuolo (née Duggar) opened up about struggling with her body image and developing an eating disorder as a teen in her new memoir, Becoming Free Indeed, which hit shelves on Tuesday, January 31.

“For years, I thought the best way to please others was to hide my imperfections,” the Counting On alum, 29, wrote, noting that at the age of 14, her “biggest fear” was what people thought of her. “Convinced my body was an embarrassment, I ate very little. I’d go days hardly consuming any calories. My weight dropped, but my body image didn’t improve. It almost never does in those situations because the weight isn’t the problem.”

The best-selling author went on to write that no matter “how thin” she got, she was never “satisfied with the way” she looked. “This obsession with body image was terrible for my physical health and it certainly wasn’t good for me spiritually,” she continued. “It was a downward spiral that could have gotten worse and worse.”  

Jinger then revealed that her struggles were “short-lived, in large part” due to mom Michelle Duggar’s help. “My mom had shared with me what she’s shared with the world: she had struggled with her eating, too, when she was my age. I felt no judgment from her, just love and care,” Jinger wrote, later adding, “Mom gave me the confidence to know I don’t have to avoid food to be pretty.” 

In her honest admission, the mom of two also touched on fasting being “an acceptable spiritual practice” in the Bible, even though “it never commands believers to fast.” Noting that “this was different” than the “struggle” she had with food in her early teens, Jinger wrote, “Yet if I felt convicted about fasting, I would tell myself I couldn’t have food that day. I convinced myself that if I ate, God would not be pleased with me.”  

She explained, “Back then, I was worried about what people thought of me. I avoided food because I wanted to appear thin. My concerns with fasting were because I was worried about what God thought of me. My previous struggles with food didn’t cross my mind when I tried to figure out if I should fast or not, but it did cross my parents’ minds. For that reason, they encouraged me to eat. In fact, my parents directly told me not to fast at that time.” 

Jinger Vuolo
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Though Jinger commended her parents for helping her through difficult times amid her personal struggles, a source previously told In Touch the former 19 Kids and Counting stars are “bracing themselves” for Becoming Free Indeed

Jim Bob and Michelle aren’t thrilled by Jinger’s book coming out, but they are hoping for the best,” the insider revealed in November 2022. “They’re not sure of all the topics she’ll cover, but they have prayed about it and hope that it’s honest, respectful and doesn’t dredge up too much of their family troubles.”

The source went on to say that the TLC alums “fear the worst” for what Jinger reveals in the book, “especially stories about their faith, raising their large family and especially the dark Josh incident.”

They continued, “It’s no secret that Jim Bob and Michelle would rather all their children keep family matters private. A tell-all book from one of their own isn’t something they ever worried about, until now.”

 If you or someone you know struggles with an eating disorder, visit the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa & Associated Disorders (ANAD) website or call their hotline at (888)-375-7767 to get help.

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Jinger Duggar revealed that she hasn’t “seen or spoken” to her older brother Josh Duggar in two years.

“Though I haven’t seen or spoken to Josh in nearly two years, I still pray for him,” Jinger, 29, wrote in her new memoir, Becoming Free Indeed: My Story of Disentangling Faith from Fear. “I ask God to show Josh his desperate need for repentance. I want my brother to be genuine and honest about his sin and reject the hypocrisy that has been part of his life for so long. Only Jesus can save him.”

Also in the memoir, which was released on Tuesday, January 31, the former TLC personality detailed how Josh’s actions mirrored the Institute in Basic Life Principles (IBLP)’s founder Bill Gothard’s morals.

“One of the hardest realities in my life is that my brother Josh very publicly displayed some of the same hypocrisy as Gothard,” the Counting On alum wrote about Josh, 34, who is currently serving time in prison on child pornography charges. “He used his platform, and even his job at the Family Research Council, to promote some of the same ideas Gothard taught.”

Jinger added that Josh “looked the part in so many ways,” though the “true Josh appears to be much different.”

“He was living a lie. Even though he claimed to follow Jesus, his actions gave no evidence of a true love for the Lord, a heart changed by the gospel,” the former reality star continued. “Watching all the pain Josh’s sin has caused not only shows me the danger of hypocrisy but also reveals that external religion, a life of performance, has nothing to do with following Jesus.”

After noting that “Gothard’s rules can’t transform anyone,” Jinger wrote that only Jesus can help them. “What Gothard and my brother Josh need is a new heart that only Jesus can give. That’s what I need,” she added. “That’s what we all need. Without a new heart, all the outward religious behavior isn’t going to please God.”

Josh was found guilty of one count of receiving child pornography and one count of possessing child pornography in December 2021. The second charge was dropped during the 19 Kids and Counting alum’s sentencing hearing. The disgraced TV personality is currently serving time at FCI Seagoville in Seagoville, Texas.

The book was published just weeks after Jinger showed support for Josh’s wife, Anna Duggar, and their children Mackynzie, Michael, Maryella, Marcus, Mason, Meredith and Madyson.

“I am always here for Anna and the kids at any point that they would want to talk, or in any way I could help and love on them,” she told People in an interview published on January 18.

Jinger Duggar Hasn’t ‘Seen or Spoken’ to Josh in 2 Years: ‘I Still Pray for Him’
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Jinger continued, “I know that they’ve just been through so much and so I just always am here for them whenever they need help.”

After Jinger’s book was announced in November 2022, an insider exclusively told In Touch that her parents, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, were “bracing themselves” ahead of the release.

“Jim Bob and Michelle aren’t thrilled by Jinger’s book coming out, but they are hoping for the best,” the insider revealed at the time. “They’re not sure of all the topics she’ll cover, but they have prayed about it and hope that it’s honest, respectful and doesn’t dredge up too much of their family troubles.”

The source also shared that that Jim Bob, 57, and Michelle, 56, “fear the worst” for what their daughter will discuss in the book, “especially stories about their faith, raising their large family and especially the dark Josh incident.”

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Looking back. Jinger Duggar opened up about how she felt when TLC canceled Counting On in June 2021 after Josh Duggar was arrested on child pornography charges.

In her memoir Becoming Free Indeed, which was released on Tuesday, January 31, Jinger, 29, recalled getting the call with her husband, Jeremy Vuolo, on June 26, 2021. “When the call ended, I wrapped my arms around Jeremy and cried. Hard,” she wrote. “So many emotions poured out of me that day. I felt sad.”

“Filming had been a constant in my life since I was around 10 years old. When the show was on break, and the crews didn’t come around for a few months, I missed the energy and excitement of interacting with all the creative people,” Jinger continued. “The producers worked with my family to come up with ideas for episodes. It was fun to think of creative ways to give audiences a glimpse into our day-to-day lives.”

Despite making her reality TV debut on 19 Kids and Counting in 2008 and continuing to appear on the network on Counting On, Jinger admitted she was “surprised” that her family remained on TV as long as they did.

“In the early years, my family assumed the show would last no more than a season or two. It didn’t seem possible that that many Americans would be interested in a family with our conservative values,” she wrote. “Yet each year, TLC renewed the show. For most of my life, that wasn’t a burden.”

While Jinger admitted she has fond memories from filming, she said she was “glad” to learn the show had been canceled and “felt immense relief on that day in June 2021.”

“For more than a year, Jeremy and I had felt it was time to step away — not only for ourselves but for our children, Felicity and Evangeline,” the TV personality shared. “We didn’t want our daughters to grow up on TV. We wanted to raise them out of the public spotlight. At their age, they don’t get to choose to be part of a television show. We didn’t think it was fair to make that choice for them.”

Jinger noted that the show offered her family “wonderful experiences,” though there were “difficult parts I couldn’t have imagined when I was 10 years old.” She went on to explain that they dealt with paparazzi when she and Jeremy, 35, moved to California in 2019.

After Josh, 34, was arrested in April 2021, the network announced the show’s cancellation on June 29 of the same year. “TLC will not be producing additional seasons of Counting On. TLC feels it is important to give the Duggar family the opportunity to address their situation privately,” the network told Us Weekly in a statement at the time.

Jinger Duggar Recalls Feeling ‘Sad’ When ‘Counting On’ Was Canceled: I ‘Cried Hard’
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Five days after the news broke, Jim Bob Duggar and Michelle Duggar issued a statement on the family’s website. “It is hard to believe that more than 17 years have passed since we were first contacted by a production company wanting to do a one-hour documentary about the logistics of raising 14 children,” the statement read. “Our family has grown (and grown up!) before our eyes and on national television, and the journey has been miraculous — following God is an exciting adventure!”

The former reality stars added that some of their “most treasured moments” were featured on the show. “We’ve had the amazing honor to share our lives, our faith, and our story with you—including some of the most difficult and painful moments our family has ever faced,” Jim Bob, 57, and Michelle, 56, added. “We are full of deep gratitude for the love shown to us and the prayers of so many who have sustained us both now and through the years.”

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We wish we knew! Steve Lacy became a household name with his single “Bad Habit,” but the singer and songwriter is no stranger to making radio hits. Find out Steve Lacy’s net worth, how he makes money and more.

What Is Steve Lacy’s Net Worth?

Steve Lacy is worth a reported $35 million, according to multiple sources.

How Else Does Steve Lacy Make Money?

According to his Spotify biography, the Compton, California, native coproduced a Grammy-nominated album while still in high school.

The singer, songwriter and producer gained recognition as a guitarist in the R&B alternative band, The Internet, in 2014. The band’s 2015 album, Ego Death, was nominated for Best Contemporary Urban album, and he has since worked with his former bandmates’ assorted solo projects.

After releasing a self-produced EP in 2018, his debut album, Apollo XXI, earned him a nomination at the 2019 Grammys for Best Urban Contemporary Album. 

His second album, Gemini Rights, home to the radio smash “Bad Habit,” was released in 2022 and has earned him two Grammy nominations for Record of the Year and Song of the Year.

“I can’t explain it. It’s a new feeling. I think I’ll be able to tell you about it in a couple months,” the “Buttons” singer wrote following the album’s release in July 2022. “But for now I’ll enjoy this newness. Thank you guys for all the love and support, I promise it doesn’t go unnoticed.”

Apart from his own musical talents, he’s also coproduced songs for major superstars like Kali Uchis, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole.

Steve Lacy on ‘Bad Habit’ Success

In a conversation with The Guardian, the “Static” singer revealed that his mega-hit “Bad Habit” took over a year to create and said it was  “a definitive moment” when it hit No. 1 on the Billboard charts.

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“It was writing to that feeling of being a shy person. It’s kind of a play on confidence, by the end, it flips and it’s, like, ‘Oh, you coming back to me now,’” the California native explained the significance behind the lyrics. “I’m kind of flexing, giving it back and being, like, “You were too good for me,’ and then in the end, I’m almost too good for [them] but I’m still down. To me, that was just a really fun story that I’m sure everybody has experienced before.”

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You’d think after the participants on My 600-Lb Life miraculously shed hundreds of pounds that their married lives would improve. 

But judging by their updates, a decent amount of them end up calling it quits. In fact, it’s so common, some weight loss patients call it “Bariatric Divorce,” and one study even said most couples separate within two years after the severe weight loss surgery takes place. 

“In general, we know, after bariatric surgery, that people tend to feel much better about themselves,” David Sarwer, an associate professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, told The Seattle Times. “Intuitively, we would think if one partner is feeling better that would only help the marriage. But, what we have found is that weight and weight loss can actually play a more complicated role in a marriage or romantic relationship.”

That was made clear by many past participants on the show. After slimming down, some started to see strains on their marriages, with a few eventually leading to divorce. Many of the women cite reasons from their husbands being “jealous” of their weight loss to codependent boyfriends feeling no longer needed. For Zsalynn Whitworth, her husband apparently enabled her bad eating habits because he liked “bigger women.” 

When they eventually separated, Zsalynn said it was because her husband no longer wanted to be with the “new” her, which is a common theme amongst couples who separate after weight loss.

“Weight loss isn’t just physical,” therapist Shyamala Kiru said. “So much of it is mental, the boost in self-esteem and confidence. When you feel different about yourself, you make different choices.”

All patients on the show have an uphill battle to adapt their lifestyle quickly in order to qualify for high-risk gastric bypass surgery, courtesy of acclaimed bariatric specialist Dr. Younan Nowzaradan, which involves some people having to get to Houston, Texas, in order to get the help they need.

The series has been on TLC since 2012 and is about to return for season 11 of February 1, 2023. Over the years, the show has introduced viewers to more individuals that are hopeful of making their futures brighter as they work hard to make a turnaround through diet, exercise and going under the knife.

While some couples grow stronger together in the process, some of the show’s participants have moved on and found new partners. 

Scroll down to get an update on past participants and their relationship statuses.

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Exes living in one house … what could go wrong? Ex on the Beach premiered in April 2018 on MTV after the series saw success in the U.K. beginning four years prior.

Originally hosted by Romeo Miller, the reality series features single cast members who are surprised by their exes while staying together. Throughout each season, new stars arrive and test the relationships that are forming.

Season 1 kicked off in Hawaii and brought fan-favorite couple Cory Wharton and Taylor Selfridge together. Season 2 and 3 were filmed in Malibu, California, and reunited exes Janelle Shanks and Darian Vandermark in addition to new pairings, including Angela Babicz and Nelson Thomas.

The fourth season, called Ex on the Beach: Peak of Love, featured British reality stars, including Callum Izzard and Georgia Steel as well as American stars from The Bachelorette and The Real World: Portland.

Meanwhile, season 5 – which is called Ex on the Beach Couples and is hosted by Kamie Crawford – follows six couples that are ready to settle down and get engaged. However, each relationship is being tested by one of the partner’s exes.

The MTV show doesn’t have the greatest track record when it comes to relationship longevity. Original duo Cory and Taylor, however, seem to have overcome the odds, welcoming their first child in April 2020.

Following their daughter Mila’s arrival, some fans speculated that the pair had called it quits, but Cory shut down those rumors in November 2020.

“And … We’re back, yes, EVERYBODY SHE’S STILL MINE,” he commented on one of Taylor’s photos of their family, which includes Cory’s older daughter, Ryder, whom he shares with ex-girlfriend Cheyenne Floyd.

Going on TV, however, wasn’t the best idea for Janelle and Darian, who were a couple for three years before breaking up and reconnecting on the show. Before the season 2 reunion special, Janelle confirmed her relationship status while praising Darian for the good times in their romance.

“No matter how TV may portray us, or how people try to judge our situation, my life changed for the better when I met you 3 years ago,” she wrote via Instagram in April 2019. “You’ve NEVER left me and you’ve ALWAYS had my back, and never once bashed me publicly so THANK YOU for that. I really do wish things could’ve ended differently, but It’s just not our time right now. #Yeswearebothsingle.”

Scroll down to see where your favorite pairings stand today.



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Doing it themselves! Counting On alum Justin Duggar and his wife, Claire Duggar (née Spivey), have completely renovated a dated RV into a chill area perfect for relaxing.

“Loved transforming this old, nasty camper into such a cozy little space!” the couple wrote from their joint YouTube channel in January 2023. 

The video, titled ‘Our Camper Rehab,’ showed off the former reality TV personalities as they gutted the existing interior, ripped off wood paneling, and refreshed the space with brighter colors, new storage solutions and a completely new bathroom. 

“Had the best time working on this DIY project together,” Justin shared with his Instagram followers after the RV’s completion.

The Counting On couple is no stranger to do-it-yourself projects. In Touch reported in October 2021 that shortly after their February 2021 nuptials, Justin and Duggar had purchased a fixer-upper in Texas not too far from Claire’s parents, Robert Spivey Jr. and Hilary Spivey.

Prior to that, Justin proved his skills after he purchased property from his dad, Jim Bob Duggar, for $1 and sold it three months later for $195,000. 

Justin first announced his courtship with Claire in September 2020 via social media. However, it was later revealed that the couple had been secretly courting for 14 months by their November 2020 engagement

“What a year this has been! God has done so much in my life, and the biggest blessing has been the gift of Claire,” he wrote in September 2020, going Instagram official with his then-girlfriend. “She is more precious than anything I could ever ask for, and I’m so excited about our future together!”

The TLC alums tied the knot in February 2022, complete with a ceremony the couple deemed a “fairy tale.” 

“The wedding day was awesome,” the Arkansas native gushed of their nuptials in a TLC video from April 2021. “I mean, of course, that’s every guy’s expression, but it was really something that was super memorable and I wish we could go back to that day every once in a while — and just replay it all over again.”

Keep scrolling to see before and after photos of Justin and Claire’s DIY RV renovation!

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