ANNA Duggar has been slammed for boasting about her marriage to Josh in her first post since his prison sentencing.
Anna shared her memories in an Instagram Story to mark her 34th birthday.
She also remembered: "Road-tripping to visit my bestie."
Anna revealed she has been listening to the MercyMe song, Even If, "on repeat."
The caption stated: "Jesus, I will cling to you.
"Come what may."
Counting On fans jumped to the comments section and slammed the former TLC star for being "delusional".
In May, Josh received his prison sentence after being found guilty of child pornography charges.
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One critic said: "She's too embarrassed to be associated with a literal creep like him. Either that or she doesn't want to face the reality that he's in jail."
Another critic added: "She’s genuinely delusional and I worry so deeply for her children."
A third critic wrote: "Must be very proud your bestie is a convicted pedophile."
A fourth person mentioned: "I will never understand. She should be furious if for no other reason than because of the situation he has created for her and the kids."
A commentator chimed in: "The fact that she’s being giddy about visiting her felon is insanity. I want to have sympathy for her, but it’s a struggle."
HIS PRISON SENTENCE
Arkansas Judge Timothy L. Brooks sentenced the eldest Duggar child to more than 12 years in prison in May.
The judge called his crimes "the sickest of the sick" to a packed courtroom.
He told Josh: "You have done some very bad things. But in your life as a whole, you've done good things. The true test of a man's character is what a man does when no one is watching."
The Sun obtained photos and video of his wife as she fled the courtroom.
Anna had a sullen look on her face after hearing the news about the father of her seven children staying behind bars.
The Sun exclusively revealed that Josh might be stuck in Washington County Jail in Arkansas a while longer.
He is still awaiting transfer to either FCI Seagoville or FCI Texarkana in Texas depending on availability.
A legal source explained to The Sun: “It’s a waiting game, and that is normal! The jail has no control over when the federal government transports him out of Washington County.
“Jails are crowded. It takes time to ‘decide’ on a facility, find an open bed, arrange a transfer, and more. The system moves slowly. It is impossible to know a timeline.”
The insider concluded: “Prisons and jails are jam-packed. The two facilities they are asking for are small, like 1,700 people small."