Joy-Anna Duggar, 19, wed 23-year-old Austin Forsyth less than a week ago -- but the couple is already talking kids, and lots of 'em.
"We want as many as the Lord thinks we can handle and we are putting it into his hands," she told People.
Added her new husband, "We're just going to see what the Lord does."
The two tied the knot in late May after less than three months of engagement. Rumors swirled after the couple unexpectedly bumped up their wedding by months -- they'd originally planned to wed in October -- but the family hasn't commented on the sudden switch.
The two married in front of more than 1,000 family members and close friends. Many details will stay under wraps until the new season of "Counting On" premieres in June. Their wedding is expected to be featured in the first episode.
In accordance with family rules, the two supposedly did not even have their first kiss until their wedding day.
And as always, yet another Duggar wedding is on the horizon: Brother Joseph Duggar proposed to his own girlfriend, Kendra Caldwell, at the family affair. They've been "courting" since March, around the same time that Joy-Anna and Austin got engaged.
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Strangest Duggar family rules
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The Duggars are only permitted to join social media after they're engaged to be married. Yup, you read that right -- no ring, no Instagram. Jinger launched her Instagram account just after announcing her engagement to Jeremy Vuolo.
The strict social media rule means that oldest daughter Jana (far right) is unable to have any social media accounts, as she's still single at 27.
The only permitted show of physical affection before marriage are side hugs. That means that the kids' very first kisses are on their wedding days. Jessa and her new husband decided to keep theirs a little private: "We didn’t do ours on stage," she said. "We had ours in private after the ceremony. We ran out and then went to a room by ourselves. That was really special for us."
Although sex is forbidden before marriage, the Duggar parents expect that once vows are exchanged, the lovemaking commences -- often. "You need to always be available when he calls," Michelle has said.
Nearly all dates must be chaperoned by parents Jim Bob and Michelle. If neither parent is available, an older sibling will tag along to keep an eye on things.
Duggar daughters are required to exclusively wear dresses and skirts -- so fans were stunned to see newly-married Jinger wearing shorts and pants! According to reports, her husband gave her permission to do so.
All texts are group texts. Yup! There are no private convos going on here. One example: When Ben Seewald jokingly texted fiance Jessa "Give me a ring," dad Jim Bob was looped in to quickly respond, "No ring yet."
This one's a given. There is no smoking or drinking to be had at any times with the Duggars.
This may not be an explicit rule, but according to the Duggar daughters, mom Michelle always has the house stocked with pregnancy tests for her married daughters.
The family does not approve of Halloween, reportedly saying that magic and witches are representative of a "demonic realm God wants us to stay away from."
No bikinis for this family -- or really, any average swimsuits at all. "It's just too hard for the guys to try and keep their eyes averted." Michelle has said. Although they've previously said beach trips are forbidden, the family did hit the coast in 2016.