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The Duggar girls definitely know how to choose wedding dresses! Fans have watched several of the former stars of 19 Kids and Counting and Counting On get married over the years.
The first Duggar kid to tie the knot was Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar’s eldest son, Josh Duggar, who married Anna Duggar in September 2008.
The next couple to get married was Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard in June 2014, followed by Jessa Duggar’s wedding to Ben Seewald in November 2014. Jinger Duggar then married Jeremy Vuolo in November 2016.
Joy-Anna Duggar and Austin Forsyth tied the knot in May 2017, while the second Duggar wedding that year was between Joseph Duggar and Kendra Duggar in September.
Josiah Duggar and Lauren Duggar became husband and wife in June 2018. Soon after, John-David Duggar married Abbie Duggar in November 2018.
A few years passed until the next Duggar wedding took place between Justin Duggar and Claire Duggar in February 2021. Jedidiah Duggar then married Katey Duggar a few months later in April.
The most recent Duggar wedding was held in March 2022 when Jeremiah Duggar married Hannah Duggar. “Today was a perfect day, as we stood before our family and friends and committed our lives to each other,” the couple said in a statement to Us Weekly following their nuptials. “It was such a beautiful culmination of so many prayers, dreams and desires! As we’ve seen God’s gracious hand in bringing our lives together, we are excited to see how He will continue to direct our paths. We are looking forward to sharing our married journey with you. Thank you for sharing our joy!”
The reality TV family’s stance on marriage has always been a topic of interest for fans. Jim Bob and Michelle don’t let their kids traditionally date, but instead court with parental chaperones.
In October 2015, the Duggar matriarch shared the advice she’s given her kids about marriage on their family blog. In addition to encouraging spouses to “be available” for each other, she also said that couples should handle issues within their marriage privately and not in front of their kids.
Her final note was to seek advice when needed. “There are going to be those times in your marriage where you might not always agree; you might not see things eye to eye and sometimes you may need a trusted third party to be a counsel for you in your marriage,” she wrote. “Feel free to go to that trusted wise counsel that you both respect and get counsel when you need it. We have all been there.”
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