Although Jill Duggar is recovering after giving birth to baby Samuel Scott, her sisters dubbed her as the most affectionate with her husband out of all of the married Duggars. At the moment, Joseph Duggar was out of the running because he and his fiancee, Kendra Caldwell, are not yet married, but only engaged. In the Duggar world, this means that they cannot do anything but side hug and hold hands. The pair is not allowed to kiss until they are married, and they will share the moment with the world when they finally tie the knot and have their first kiss on the altar in front of the entire congregation.

'The love is infectious'

When asked which of the Duggar couples was the most likely to show PDA to each other, Jill Duggar and her husband, Derick Dillard were crowned the couple who can't keep their hands off of each other. Jill Duggar was the first girl in the family to tie the knot, followed by her sisters, Jessa, Jinger and Joy-Anna in quick succession. According to Jinger Duggar's husband, Jeremy Vuolo, the love between the pair is "infectious" and it is obvious that they are deeply committed to one another. This is definitely a good thing considering the pair married when they had barely known one another all that well and had only gotten to know one another with supervision from Jill Duggar's parents.

Least affectionate Duggar couple

According to Jessa Duggar, the mother of two toddlers, there is not a Duggar couple who is the least affectionate or the least likely to engage in PDA. Jinger and her husband, Jeremy Vuolo, were in fact scolded for showing a little bit too much of it during their recent trip to Australia for their honeymoon.

The pair were taking a cooking lesson and were constantly kissing and touching one another, something they were not allowed to do before they tied the knot. However, this infuriated the cook who was trying to teach them how to do several kinds of things with their food, and they were not paying any attention to her.

Jessa Duggar claims that having children can make it more difficult to be affectionate with your spouse.

She says she and her husband, Ben, are not able to hold hands as often or kiss leisurely because they are always running after their 1-year-old or someone is holding their baby. This adds a whole extra dimension to being able to be affectionate with one another that they have not had to contend with previously. However, Jill Duggar and her husband have two children.