At the end of "Bringing Up Bates" this season, they teased that a wedding was coming on the new season premiere. Everyone was curious who was actually getting married since nobody really seems to be to a point in their relationship where they would be getting married. It was a bit confusing to fans, but now it has been revealed who got married.

Did one of the Bates' kids get married?

The "Bringing Up Bates" Instagram page shared a photo today of everyone dressed up and ready for a big wedding.

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Lawson was pretending like it was him, but everyone knows that this isn't the case. James Duggar was even there with him. It turns out that Tabitha Paine, Chad's sister, got married.

Yes, she is related to the Bates' family in a round about way, but she isn't one of the Bates' kids getting married. They, of course, tried to confuse fans with this and did a great job. Now at least, everyone knows that none of the Bates are getting married just yet, but you never know when it will happen for them.

They even tagged the Duggar family in the post because some of them were at the big day. The Bates and Duggars are good friends, so this makes sense. There was a lot of speculation that it was going to be Joy-Anna Duggar's wedding they were all at, but that would actually happen on "Counting On" and not on a future episode of "Bringing Up Bates."

It does look like Tabitha Paine's wedding will be on an upcoming episode of "Bringing Up Bates." The fans can't wait to see this happen, but it doesn't sound like it will be a Bates' wedding like they teased that is for sure.

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Tabitha Paine actually worked as a tutor for the Duggar family, so that would explain why they are at the wedding as well. She is now married to Timothy Robertson. At one time, Tabitha actually lived with the Duggar family.

Are you surprised by who got married? Did you think that it was going to be one of the Bates' kids that tied the knot? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss "Bringing Up Bates" when it returns to UP.