JILL Duggar visited a pet store with her two sons for "therapy" ahead of testifying in her brother Josh's child pornography trial.
The Counting On alum, 30, will be called as a witness in her disgraced brother's trial, which kicked off last week.
But Jill took time out from the family drama on Sunday, as she visited a pet store with her husband Derick Dillard and their two sons Israel, six, and Samuel, four.
She shared a cute video of the youngsters playing with the puppies behind a glass display case by running up and down.
The TLC alum wrote: "We visited the pet shop today to love on the cute puppies."
Jill - who dyed her hair blond last week - then turned the camera to Derick and said: "It's definitely good therapy, right?"
In another video, Samuel was seen playing with a bulldog puppy while lying on his front.
Jill told fans: "We're hanging out with the little English bulldog, she's so cute. She's tired though,the boys did a good job of wearing her out."
The sweet family outing comes after The Sun exclusively revealed that Jill and her brother Jedidiah, 32, will testify in court in Josh's trial.
Josh's trial began last Wednesday for child pornography charges stemming from his April 2021 arrest.
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The 33-year-old, who has pleaded not guilty, has been accused of possessing sick images of child pornography, which have been described as some of "the worst of the worst" that authorities had ever seen.
It was revealed during Thursday's hearing that one found on his computer is a video of a "three-month-old being sexually abused and tortured."
He faces up to 20 years in prison if found guilty.
His father Jim Bob was forced to take the stand on behalf of the prosecution last week.
The 56-year-old repeatedly claimed he couldn't remember the details of Josh's past admissions that he had touched the victims, who were called Jane Does 1 to 4, People reported.
JIM BOB'S CLAIMS
Back in 2015, Jim Bob told police that Josh had confessed to touching underage girls, including Jill and his sister Jessa, in the family home between 2002 and 2003.
According to a 2006 police report, which Arkansas police later destroyed, the Duggar patriarch first told cops in 2002 that he had molested young victims while they were asleep in the Duggar family home.
"This was something for a young man to come forward," he said, calling it a "juvenile record" and a "sealed case."
Jim Bob reportedly said to judge Timothy L. Brooks: "I'm not going to allow it, are you going to allow for that?"
"If there is [an] objection to be made, someone will make it but it won't be you," the judge replied.
Josh admitted the molestation in a statement at the time on his Facebook page, though he never faced charges.
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