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'OutDaughtered' Fans Wonder Why Parker Is Much Taller Than Her Siblings in Rare New Snaps

Jaimie-lee Prince
May 27, 2020
06:00 A.M.
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Just like twins, quintuplets are typically expected to grow at the same rate as each other. However, "Outdaughtered" fans noticed that young Parker is in her own zone. 

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When Danielle Busby shared a new photo of three of her daughters last week, fans were instantly surprised to see that one girl was much taller than her siblings. 

Olivia and Hazel were about the same height. Yet sister Parker appeared to show a significant difference in height over her sisters. The post and reactions are found below. 

The Busby family during an episode of "OutDaughtered" | Source: YouTube/TLC UK

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A fan comments underneath Danielle Busy's post of daughters Olivia, Hazel, and Parker | Photo: Getty Images

FANS REACT TO A VERY TALL PARKER

"Outdaughtered" viewers already know that the five girls shared by the couple each boast a unique personality. Additionally, they all have a different look to them. 

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Still, it was a bit shocking to see just how much Parker had grown as compared to the others. In the picture, Olivia wore a quaint orange dress as she stood on the far left.

A fan comments underneath Danielle Busy's post of daughters Olivia, Hazel, and Parker | Photo: Getty Images

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Little Hazel wore her pink glasses and a sleeveless brown dress covered in red flowers at the top. She wore her hair in a half-up, half-down style as she looked towards the floor. 

Meanwhile, Parker wore a green spaghetti-string dress that featured small brown buttons at its center. She looked towards Olivia while appearing several inches taller than her siblings.

A fan comments underneath Danielle Busy's post of daughters Olivia, Hazel, and Parker | Photo: Getty Images

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In the comment section, most fans brushed over the height difference and couldn't get over how cute the girls looked. A few, however, pointed out Parker's apparent growth spurt. 

ADAM RESPONDS TO CRITICISM ABOUT SAFETY

The comments aren't always so positive, though. Last month, the girls' father, Adam Busby, was criticized after sharing a photo of his daughters riding bikes without protective gear. 

A fan comments underneath Danielle Busy's post of daughters Olivia, Hazel, and Parker | Photo: Getty Images

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In response to being called out, Adam hit back without apology. "If I thought that my kids were in any sort of life-threatening danger, they would be wearing [helmets]," he reportedly told one fan. 

Despite the backlash, the family is still delivering to fans. Earlier this month, People announced that "OutDaughtered" would return with its fifth season to TLC in early June. 

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HOW THEY FILMED THE NEW SEASON

In addition to Olivia, Hazel, and Parker, parents Adam and Danielle share Ava and Riley, all five years old. They also have a sixth daughter, Blayke, who is the eldest at nine years old. 

The couple has reportedly had to film all of the upcoming season themselves due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As seen in the preview, this was no easy task. 

The girls are restless as they stay home from school, and Danielle might be getting a bit overwhelmed. The new season premieres at 9 pm ET on June 2. 

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WHAT THEY DO FOR A LIVING

According to Good Housekeeping, Adam and Danielle make anywhere between $25,000 to $40,000 per episode of "Outdaughtered." The outlet also reported about their actual jobs last year. 

Adam was reportedly a Key Account Manager before he became the owner of Adam Busby Media. As for Danielle, she is said to be a Project Coordinator Team Lead at AP Networks. 

TLC, however, labels her an "independent beauty consultant." One thing we know is she's a loving mom who's doing her best to take care of six adorable girls. We can't wait to see them all grown up.

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