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Leaving Josh? Devastated Anna Duggar & Kids Reportedly Move In With Her Parents Following Husband's Humiliating Sex Scandal

Where in the world is Anna Duggar?

Aside from a brief, somber appearance at Amy Duggar King's wedding earlier this month, Josh's long-suffering wife hasn't been out and about since her disgraced husband confessed to cheating and a porn addiction.

But now, In Touch claims the stay-at-home mom, 27, and her four young children have fled their native Arkansas and the Duggar family for her parents' home in Florida.

Article continues below advertisement can reveal that Anna's mother and father, Mike and Suzette Keller, own a woodsy retreat in north central Florida— a perfect spot to protect the humiliated Anna from prying eyes.

But unfortunately, as sources have exclusively told, the Keller parents are unlikely give their daughter the strength to divorce her accused child molester and adulterer husband of seven years.

"They won't encourage a separation," a source told in August. "They think she should work it out with him."

Anna Duggar

And though Anna's big brother Daniel publicly begged her to leave Josh, In Touch claims the dutiful Christian wife is standing by her man— and even plans to visit him in rehab.

"She's looking forward to seeing him in a month or two when the first spousal visitation is allowed," an insider tells the magazine. "She just prays that he gets the help he needs so they can go on with their life together, despite everything he did to her."

After Josh admitted to sinful behavior, porn star Danica Dillon claimed he paid her for a night of rough sex.

He is expected to remain in his Bible-based rehab for up to six months.

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