Jill Duggar has finally broken her silence after TLC cancelled the reality TV show 19 Kids and Counting.
Jill and husband Derick Dillard posted their first blog and declared their safe arrival in Central America as they embarked on a Christian charity mission.
"We are so excited to announce that we have safely arrived on the mission field and we can now tell you that we are in Central America!" the 24-year-old reality star's husband wrote on the Dillard family website.
The couple also mentioned that people of the region are in awe of their "white baby" Israel David and that he was fast adjusting to the new climate and culture.
"Israel seems to be adjusting to the new climate, culture, food (via mom's milk), and language faster than Jill and I are. In fact, he has been the talk of the town. Everywhere we go, people want to see and hold the 'big blue-eyed, white baby'," Dillard wrote.
The couple are on a cross-country missions tour and are seeking monetary support for their journey overseas.
But this has not gone down well with many who have criticised the Dillard family for "faking" the tour as "charity", since they have not shared any details about their mission citing "security reasons".
The couple reportedly shifted to El Salvador and asked fans to donate towards their charity as it is "recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt organization".
However, a Facebook page slammed the Dillard Family Ministries, as a sham and Life Is Not All Pickles And Hairspray noted that the family ministry was not listed on the official IRS site as a tax-exempt charity.
Later, Radar Online confirmed that the Dillard charity is indeed listed with the IRS.
Meanwhile, TLC cancelled its popular show in the wake of the Josh Duggar child sexual molestation scandal, last week.
Josh's wife Anna, delivered their fourth child, a baby girl named Meredith Grace Duggar, on 19 July.