Amy Duggar is shooting down rumors of a feud with newly-married cousin Jinger Duggar.

The 30-year-old explained why she and husband Dillon King were in Las Vegas during Jinger's wedding to Jeremy Vuolo last week in an interview with "Entertainment Tonight."

"I was absolutely invited. I love my family! There is no riff between me and my cousins at all," she said. "It was just wrong timing. We already had something scheduled."

Amy and Dillon, who owns the water transfer printing business Wet Ink Design, were away for the 2016 SEMA Show at Las Vegas Convention Center.

The specialty car and auto parts trade show drew 60,000 industry professionals this year.

"It was Dillon's dream to be a part of it and his truck was being sponsored!" Amy revealed. "This was planned a year in advance, so there was no way I could let my husband go without me."

"I let my family know I loved them and that I couldn't make it," she said. "I hated to miss it but I know there will be many more and that I will get to celebrate with her when we get back!"

Jinger and Jeremy tied the knot Saturday at Cathedral of the Ozarks at John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Ark. The couple wed in front of more than 1,000 guests, including Jinger's parents, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar.

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"We are so excited for Jinger and Jeremy. They just got married and they are such a sweet couple," Jim Bob said in a video on the family's website. "Jinger is one of the most dynamic, beautiful, godly girls that I know. And Jeremy is such a passionate, loving, kind, spiritual leader."

Amy made several appearances on the Duggars' TLC series "19 Kids & Counting" before it was canceled in the wake of Josh Duggar's sex scandal. The family now stars on "Counting On," which airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET.