Fans last saw the Vuolo couple on the Season 2 special of "Counting On." Jinger Duggar was the third daughter of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar to marry on live television. Her husband, Jeremy Vuolo, began dating her in 2015. They met through Duggar's sister and brother-in-law Ben and Jessa Seewald. After a short trip to Central America, Vuolo developed a stronger interest for Duggar there. A "Counting On" episode showed a nervous Vuolo asking Duggar's father for permission to court his daughter. After the awkward interaction, viewers knew that a televised wedding would soon air. Even though people expected that ceremony, men and women were shocked at how fast these lovebirds raced to the altar.

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Will a pregnancy announcement follow just as quick?

Australia to the U.S.

Holy matrimony between Vuolo and Duggar ended with a honeymoon in Australia. The newlyweds disappeared Down Under for some quality time, but as their vacation closed, the pair settled into ordinary life in Laredo, Texas. Both Christians were planning to pastor, and raise a family. Vuolo expressed to an Us Weekly representative: "We haven't talked about size, but I know we both love children. They're a joy. We'll have to see what the Lord provides." Duggar spent her childhood with eighteen siblings, and Vuolo lived with just his mother and father. It's tradition to parent a large brood, but the Vuolo's may deviate from the norm.

Pregnancy plans

Even though Vuolo was uncertain about how many children he wanted, the Seewald's were candid about their dreams. Their firstborn, Spurgeon, was never going to be an only child. Seewald said to a People: "We hope to adopt a lot of kids. If God blesses us with biological kids of our own, it's not going to quench our desire to adopt. Kids are so important." Their contracts with the channel TLC provided the hopeful parents with a solid income, even if TV shows in general are not guaranteed and can be cancelled at any time.

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Vuolo joined the ministry, and family members, Derick and Jill Dillard, worked as missionaries. Even though the Seewald's volunteered at their churches, they could certainly progress in that field down the line.