"19 Kids And Counting" star Anna Duggar is heartbroken to leave her palatial D.C. home for a tiny Arkansas foreclosure property the family purchased this past January.
In the wake of her husband Josh Duggar's molestation scandal, Anna Duggar and their three children, Mackynzie, Michael and Marcus are heading back to Arkansas to be near the rest of the Duggar clan. But the high-class life Anna was treated to in Washington D.C. will be a distant memory as she calls a run-down foreclosure property her new home, as she prepares for the birth of her fourth child this summer.
The couple rented their residence in Oxon Hill section of Maryland D.C. for reportedly close to $3,500 per month. The price for their new Arkansas home? Roughly $55,000.
The Duggar family has reportedly been helping Josh and Anna remodel the home, which had fallen into disrepair after it was repossessed from the previous owners, according to Radar Online.
The couple had planned to have the house as a place to stay when they were visiting Arkansas, but it looks like now this will reportedly be a full time residence.
Duggar's new home is in Siloam Springs, not far from the Duggar home in Tontitown.
Anna Duggar has found her life turned upside down after the charges against her husband which dated back to 2006 were brought to light.
She posted a quote about forgiveness days before Josh Duggar's child molestation scandal broke on her official Instagram page, followed up quickly by a post by her husband about consequences. "The three most beautiful words in the English language are these: I forgive you," stated Anna Duggar.
"Do right and risk the consequences," posted Josh Duggar, of a statement made by Texas governor Sam Houston.
"I was surprised at his openness and humility and at the same time didn't know why he was sharing it. For Josh, he wanted not just me but my parents to know who he really was, even very difficult past mistakes," said Anna Duggar in support of her husband as information came to light about his abuse allegations to People Magazine.
This article was originally published on Fashion & Style.