It was over the weekend that the ‘Counting On’ actress and her husband, Derick Dillard, broke the news to the internet.

In a tragic update, Jill Duggar and her husband, Derick Dillard, are giving the latest information on their family.

They broke the news on Saturday that their fourth child, a girl, was delivered stillborn. The Counting On stars divulged this information.

” 💔Isla Marie Dillard, our lovely baby daughter, passed away during the delivery process. It is with great sadness that we share the news of her passing. When we learned that our baby had passed away while it was still in the womb, Jill was four months pregnant and due in August,” the couple said in a post that they shared together on Instagram.

They went on to say, “From the moment we came to the realization that we were expecting a child, we couldn’t wait to meet our child.” Isla was warmly adored from the moment she was born, and her three older brothers couldn’t wait to show her the world they had created for themselves. We appreciate your prayers as we continue to mourn and recover after the loss of our daughter Isla Marie. 😭🩷.”

In conjunction with the announcement, Jill and Derick took a picture together with a teddy bear and a little pink crochet blanket, both of which represented their unborn daughter, who would have been their first daughter. Additionally, Jill and Derick disseminated the information on their website.

Jill and Derick, who tied the knot in 2014, are the parents of three sons: Israel, who is nine years old, Samuel, who is six years old, and Freddy, who is one year old. Furthermore, in the year 2021, the couple disclosed that they had experienced a miscarriage.

In 2023, Jill and Derick gave an interview to ET in advance of the publication of the book Counting the Cost, which was written by the former TLC star. At the time, the former reality TV star discussed her problematic connection with her family, which included her father, Jim Bob, as well as some of her siblings with whom she continues to maintain communication.

Jill gave ET the assurance that she still loves all of her immediate family members at the end of the day, despite the fact that she was experiencing a lot of stress with them. She also said that expressing her experience provides them the opportunity to heal.

I believe that it would be beneficial for some of my siblings to read and listen to our viewpoint on our experience, which may have been skewed in some way. “I believe that it might be beneficial for them to hear our story, but at the same time, I believe that it might be liberating for some of my siblings,” she said in an interview with ET. I believe that if it helps them, if it frees them, if it gives them their voice, and if it empowers them, then I believe that to be a great thing. I would be overjoyed if each and every one of them read it.

By Anna

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