Joy-Anna Duggar, the 19-year-old daughter of Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar, officially announced her courtship with Austin Forsyth during last month’s season finale of Counting On. Recent photos from a hot double date with the ‘rents would seem to indicate that things are getting pretty Duggar-serious for the young lovebirds!
Court papers reveal that 19 Kids and Counting stars Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar have been granted permanent full custody of their 8-year-old great-nephew Tyler Wayne Hutchins. Find out how the boy ended up in their care and see a recent photo share of Tyler that stirred up some good old fashioned Duggar controversy.
Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar react to this week’s In Touch headline claiming they are splitting up over dealing with Josh’s return by declaring “We are more in love today than when we married almost 32 years ago!” They also shared their marriage advice, so we can all achieve their level of relationship success.
Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar sent Josh Duggar a public “happy birthday” message — with a sad twist. See what they said about their oldest son and what’s the latest news on Josh’s long term stay in treatment.
Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar are getting a little break from the winter weather with a “surprise” visit to daughter Jill Dillard and her family in Central America. But what about their dozen+ younger children who still live at home? Some people don’t seem pleased with the Duggars decision to take a kids-free getaway.
Can you say 20 Kids & Counting? According to a new report, 19 Kids & Counting mom and pop Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar are planning to expand their famous brood in 2016 by adopting one or more children.
Rumors about the possibility of an Anna Duggar divorce from beleaguered husband Josh began to swirl last week, following the release of the newest, Anna-centered Jill & Jessa: Counting On trailer. Now, in light of the most recent Duggar family blog post, those rumors have intensified, though the possibility remains unclear. Read on for the latest.
Gil Bates, the patriarch of the Bringing Up Bates clan and a close friend of the Duggars, has been named in a large sex abuse lawsuit against the Institute of Basic Life Principles. In the lawsuit, five women claimed Gil helped cover up the abuse they suffered while involved with the IBLP, the religious group the Duggars also follow.