JANA Duggar's ex Lawson Bates showed off his new girlfriend Tiffany Espensen in a new photo.
The relationship comes as the 30-year-old single Duggar sister struggles to find love.
Lawson, 28, shared a snap of him and Tiffany happily smiling for the camera on Friday.
Tiffany cuddled up to her man as she wrapped her arm around his shoulders and placed her other hand on his chest.
The Bring Up Bates star captioned the sweet photo: "Is it the 14586ft, or something else that’s taking my breath away 🏔 🤍"
The new photo comes as the Counting On star struggles to find love.
While Jana and Lawson never confirmed their relationship, it's believed that thesecond child and first daughter of Jim Bob Duggar, 55, and Michelle Duggar, 54, dated the fellow reality star.
Back in August, fans speculated there was a relationship between the two after Lawson left heart filled flirty comments for her online.
A few months after she turned 30, Jana revealed she wanted to find her special someone and “longs to be married.”
The TV personality posted a cute photo of herself wearing a flowy dress and jean jacket as she held up a sign that read: “Please form single line.”
Lawson left a flirty response, writing: “Post objective / instruction unclear: pls explain further 😂💭.”
Despite the speculation, Jana shut down rumors when asked if they were dating by responding: “No, we’re not a thing.”
Jana knows what she's looking for in a husband, as she explained: “One day I think that will come, but I think … I’m just also just trying to stay busy with whatever comes along my path."
Lawson has recently found himself at the center of controversy when he was accused of attending the violent Capitol riots in January.
When MAGA rioters stormed the Capitol while members of Congress were meeting to vote and certify the election results, fans speculated that Lawson was among the group.
After fans posted photos on Twitter that seemingly showed Lawson at the riot, the singer and cop responded: "I’m sorry you haven’t done your research (or maybe you have and just didn’t like the truth) but this was a peaceful public event at the Ellipse, and not at the Capitol buildings.
"We were not there and have ALWAYS roundly condemned violence, as we still do."
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