Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth and her husband, Austin, have only been married four months, but the Duggar daughter is already four months pregnant. The pair underwent the same courtship process that all of her siblings did, meaning that they weren't allowed to kiss, hold hands or front-hug until their wedding day. The couple had admitted, however, that they had broken a few of the rules, such as accidentally front-hugging when they were overcome with emotion after Austin proposed. They also admitted that they were guilty of staying out all night talking, once, which is a huge no-no and Austin was convinced his father-in-law would be angry with him.

However, when it comes to their marriage, Joy-Anna is convinced that she's the one who wears the pants in the relationship.

Who wears the pants in the relationship?

Joy-Anna and her husband recently played a game where they had to say who was "more likely to" or who of the couple did what more often. Kendra Caldwell Duggar and Joseph Duggar also participated in a similar game, with older sister Jana playing the judge. When Joy-Anna and Austin played, they were asked who wears the pants in their relationship. Joy-Anna said that she did, and Austin said that he did, which led to some confusion between the pair, who in all honesty don't really know each other that well. Some fans thought the question was funny in the first place, considering that Joy-Anna by her religion's standards doesn't actually wear pants.

Her older sister, Jinger Vuolo, has decided to do so after she got married, but Joy-Anna has not chosen to cut out the long skirts.

Is Austin controlling?

Some fans of "Counting On," the spin-off show of "19 Kids and Counting," worry that Austin is a little bit controlling over his wife, Joy-Anna. This was evidenced when the pair showed their answers on who wears the pants in the relationship, and Joy-Anna said that she did, but Austin said he did.

She then kind of acquiesced to him, though she still did maintain that she had a certain amount of authority in their relationship. However, for Duggar women, it is very normal to do whatever your husband asks or allows you to do, as they have grown up in an incredibly patriarchal household. In conservative Christian circles, the man is in charge of almost all of the decisions in the couple's life, so it seems natural that the family would follow that standard into their own relationships.