DUGGAR fans could not contain their shock over the resemblance between Jinger Duggar and her sister Jessa in a new photo.
Followers of the reality stars were left doing a double take at a snap of Jinger showing off her ombre-styled hair.
Jinger, 27, was smiling into the camera as she took questions from her fans on social media.
They asked: "Do you prefer your hair darker or lighter?"
To which the mom-of-two replied: "I enjoyed a change going with lighter hair. I did start to miss my dark hair though.
"Haven't done anything to it in over a year and a half. just embracing this ombré look now."
The snap stirred up a discussion on Reddit and a fan commented: "I don’t usually see much of a resemblance between Jinger and Jessa, but at this angle she really does look like her sister.
"I think the way her head is tilted makes her chin and forehead seem very Jessa-like."
Several other Counting On viewers seemed to agree with the poster's opinion, with others going on to compliment the star's look.
"The dark makes her green eyes stand out. It’s vastly better," said one.
Another added: "She looks pretty here!"
Older sister Jessa, who favors long dark locks, is currently pregnant with her fourth child.
Married to Ben Seewald, the couple are already parents to sons Spurgeon, five, and Henry, four, and daughter Ivy, one.
The sisters are the daughters of the notoriously strict Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, who in total have 19 biological children, plus one adopted son.
Meanwhile Jinger has been teasing her upcoming book – The Hope We Hold – with husband Jeremy Vuolo.
She revealed she "struggled with weight loss" after "trying to be skinny" in order to "find her identity."
In a candid Instagram video she said: "I wanted to share a little but about what we wrote in the book.
"I talk about – in Chapter Five – just the wrestlings that I had as a young teen and I really struggled with finding my identity in Christ and wrestled with weight loss, – wanting to lose weight and trying to be skinny and all of that for myself. For finding my identity in that."
She added that she will also discuss "how the Lord helped me to know who I was in Christ and to be grounded there instead of in who I thought I should be and what I thought I should look like."
The couple's book is set to be released on May 4.
Jinger and Jeremy, who tied the knot in 2016, welcomed baby Evie in November 2020.
They are also parents to their two-year-old daughter Felicity.
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