Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth and her husband, Austin Forsyth have certainly drawn controversy for their relationship and subsequent wedding. In December of last year, rumors swirled that the pair had already engaged in sex before marriage, a huge no-no according to the Duggar rules of courtship. The family is so strict about courting, that couples are only allowed two side-hugs per day and can only hold hands once they are engaged. The pair drew further controversy when Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth announced she was pregnant with her first child just three months after the wedding, but many fans thought she looked much bigger than a woman who was only three months along.

The couple also moved up their wedding from October to May, further drawing speculation that there was something up.

Joy-Anna says she can't wait to sleep with Austin

On the preview for next week's episode of "Counting On," Joy-Anna and Austin go on a camping trip with some of Joy-Anna's many siblings. During the camping trip, the couple plays a few games to help everyone get to know each other better, but Joy-Anna bemoans the fact that the pair is not allowed to sleep in the same hammock. Since they are not married, they must continue to sleep in separate hammocks until they tie the knot, which makes Joy incredibly sad. However, she seems to be excited by the fact that in not too long, she and her husband-to-be will be able to finally go be in the same bed together.

Some fans took this as a reference to sex, however, it is possible she just wants to be able to sleep next to her beau and is tired of spending all of this time apart.

Did the pair break courtship rules?

Joy-Anna and Austin have admitted that they have broken some of the courtship rules, though most of the time it wasn't on purpose.

The pair front-hugged, which is a no-no for the Duggar family, when Austin proposed to Joy-Anna, though her sister Jill also got caught up in similar emotions before she was married to her now-husband, Derick. Joy-Anna and Austin have also admitted to staying up all night (or at least past curfew) talking to one another, which Austin says he felt bad about because he didn't want to "step on his future father-in-law's toes." The pair, however, is now married and living in their own home in Arkansas, and are able to do whatever they want. As a married couple, they now have no restrictions when it comes to physical affection with one another.