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Jeremy And Jinger Vuolo Dragged For Using Daughters As ‘Props’

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Former Counting On stars Jinger and Jeremy Vuolo are using social media to bring in some extra money. Jinger recently shared a sponsored post, but now she’s being accused of using her kids as “props.”

Jeremy and Jinger Vuolo Protect Children’s Privacy

For those who don’t know, Jinger and Jeremy recently made the decision to stop posting photos of their daughters’ faces. The Counting On couple has two daughters, Felicity, 3, and Evangeline, almost 1.

Now, if they do share pictures of the kids, their faces aren’t shown. They have come up with some creative ways to keep their children’s faces out of view. Jinger claims this is because they would like to give the kids more privacy.

Jinger Vuolo Instagram
Jinger Vuolo Instagram

Jeremy and Jinger Vuolo Use Kids to Promote Products

In a new Instagram post, Jinger shows off her daughters’ new clothes from a company called PatPat. Jinger collaborated with the brand. She was sent clothing for her kids, took photos of them wearing the items, and posted them on social media. Because Jinger has 1.4 million followers on social media, many people saw the advertisement, which is naturally good for the company.

It’s unclear how this specific partnership works. But Jinger may have received free items or a flat rate for posting about the company.

In addition to her main Instagram post, she also shared about the clothing in a few videos on her Instagram stories. Once again, she tagged the company, proving this is an advertisement.

Counting On Stars Slammed for Using Kids as Props

Because Jinger and Jeremy no longer post pictures of their kids on social media, fans think it’s interesting that they would still post about them occasionally when there’s an opportunity for them to earn some money.

In the comments section of Jinger’s post, one fan writes, “If you want to keep your children out of the public than do so. But don’t use them as a prop to be an influencer.”

Someone else chimes in, writing, “What happened to we want our girls to have their privacy. My life was so hard in the public eye, I wont do it to my girls? The second you get offered some cash you start using your kids for a buck. Yeah didnt take long did it.”

Others think it’s odd that Jinger and Jeremy would promote products like this without showing the fronts of the products. One fan writes, “Wait…you’re hawking kids clothes now but not really showing the clothes?? 😂😂”

So, do you think that Jinger and Jeremy Vuolo are using their kids as “props?” Or do you think it’s not such a big deal? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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