Aug 05, 2022
Duggar rebel shows off CLEAVAGE in low-cut tube top as she snubs family’s conservative rules & strict dress code
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Amy, 35, donned a steamy and sleeveless outfit in an Instagram Story.5Amy Duggar teased cleavage in a low-cut dressCredit: Instagram 5Amy posed with her husband DillionCredit: Instagram
The Counting On alum teased her bare shoulders and hinted at cleavage while smiling at the camera.
The former TLC star held up her reddish drink as she claimed to be "just waiting on" country singer Dierks Bentley to perform.
She seemed to be soaking up the sun while covering her eyes with sunglasses.
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The couple leaned close and flashed their huge smiles together.
She wrote: "It's a hot one out here."
The TV personality and her hubby share their three-year-old son, Daxton.
Amy's strapless outfit breaks the strict family rules, which patriarch Jim Bob, 56, and matriarch Michelle, 55, has enforced for their Christian lifestyle.Most read in Entertainment'SO TOXIC' Meghan McCain reveals cruel comment ex cohost said that made her quit The ViewDITCHING SISTERS? Duggar fans think Joy-Anna is FEUDING with sisters after spotting 'clue'THIN KIM Kardashian fans fear for Kim's health as she looks 'skinnier than EVER' in picsKIM-COMPLETELY DONE? Kim's fans spot big 'clue' she has split from Pete Davidson in new pic THE STRICT RULES
Amy has been long considered by fans as the rebellious one in the famous family.
She has continued to wear what she wants while breaking away from the conservative family's strict rules.
The Duggar family observed a strict dress code that usually only permitted women to dress modestly and to wear dresses.
One of these inflexible rules included not allowing women to display their legs or dress in a revealing manner.
The Duggar children have also been homeschooled and grew up with limited access to entertainment and television.'SICK IN THE HEAD'
Amy recently threw shade at her famous aunt and uncle in a TikTok video.
During the nearly 20-second vid, the TV star shared a quote by Alexander.
The statement reads: "Sometimes, not saying anything can be quite telling."
In the black and white drawing, an individual floats halfway in the waters with their eyes closed.
The RealestK song, Toxic, played in the background.
The reality star accused her family members of "turning their blind eye to what has happened."
Amy captioned the post: "This isn't just a sad one-time occurrence. This is someone who preyed on the vulnerable and who is sick in the head!"
She asked her followers to stir up a commotion and be loud with their voices because they have "to talk about the hard things and the sad realizations."
Amy concluded: "I have so many dang questions!? Don’t you!?"Read More on The US SunBEAUTY QUEEN MYSTERY JonBenét Ramsey cops urged to re-test DNA on 3 key pieces of evidencePICKERS' DREAM Inside American Pickers star Robbie's $225K store featuring vintage cars
Amy's rant came after Jim and Michelle's oldest son Josh, 34, was sentenced to about 12 years in federal prison for child pornography.
In June, The Sun reported Josh had been transferred to FCI Seagoville prison in Texas.5Amy and Dillon pictured with their son DaxtonCredit: Instagram/amyrachelleking 5Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar posed together for a photoCredit: Instagram 5Amy is known for rebelling against the strict family dress rulesCredit: Instagram/@amyrachelleking
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12-Year-Old Archie Battersbee Dies After Being Removed From Life Support
Archie Battersbee, a 12-year-old boy whose parents have been fighting to keep him on life support after he fell into a coma in April, died Saturday morning after British courts ruled to suspend treatment.
“It’s with my deepest sympathy and sadness to tell you Archie passed at 12:15 today,” his mother, Hollie Dance, said from outside the hospital. “And can I just tell you, I’m the proudest mum in the whole world.”
Dance and Battersbee’s father had been fighting to keep the boy alive since he was discovered unconscious at home on April 7 with severe brain injuries. The British High Court ruled last month that the hospital should suspend life-sustaining treatment, deeming it “futile.” His family sealed the decision to the Supreme Court, and even asked the UN for support, but their appeals were rejected.
The family had asked for Battersbee to be transferred to hospice, but the High Court ruled he was too medically unstable. Treatment was suspended after the Court of Appeal and the European Court of Human Rights declined to intervene.
“Such a beautiful little boy and he fought right until the very end and I'm so proud to be his mum,” Dance said from outside the Royal London Hospital in east London.
The case is one of several high-profile instances in recent years of British courts intervening when doctors and families are at odds on the best course of treatment. Dominic Wilkinson, a professor of medical ethics at the University of Oxford, previously told The New York Times that there had been 20 such cases in the U.K. in the last decade.
In this case, Battersbee’s doctors believed he was brain dead, while his family argued he was doing better than the physicians claimed. The court ultimately sided with the physicians, ruling that there was “no hope at all of recovery,” and that continuing treatment would serve “only to protract his death, whilst being unable to prolong his life.”