’19 Kids and Counting’ Spoilers: Weddings and Babies

By Kathleen Villaruben | 3 years ago
’19 Kids and Counting’ Spoilers: Weddings and Babies

19 Kids and Counting” Season 9 Premiere airs on Feb. 17, 2015 at 9:00 p.m. on TLC. Read on to know what is going to happen in this season.

Reviewing the events of the previous season, Derick Dillard and Jill Duggar got married while Ben Seewald and Jessa Duggar were engaged.
For the ninth season, fans witness Jill and Dillard’s adjustment to married life and baby expectations and Jessa and Seewald’s wedding and life as newlyweds.

According to TV Guide, the family only has a short time with the wedding preparations for Jessa and Seewald’s wedding. They were so focused on Jill and Dillard’s wedding that they run out of time to go through the details of the second wedding in the family. Jessa and Seewald have tied the knot in Nov. 2014.

Jill’s surprise is also highlighted in the new season. Social media fans already know about that the Dillard couple is expecting a baby boy! The baby is anticipated to be born on Mar. 2015. However, avid viewers are still interested in how the family reacted to the news.

Inquisitr explained that Jill and Dillard gathered the family weeks after the wedding for the pregnancy news. Jill warmed up the confession by saying that she stole a property of her mother, Michelle. She admitted stealing one of her pregnancy tests. She excitedly told the family that it is positive. As expected, the Duggars jumped for joy.

There are also speculations that Jessa and Seewald are expecting as well. Although their social media accounts have not given any clue, the fans are still hoping for good news. Josh and Anna’s announcement about their fourth pregnancy are not enough for the viewers.

Inquisitr also reported that the show has been stirring excitement to the fans by announcing that it will be “the biggest season yet.” More surprises are in store.

Photo Source: Wikimedia Commons/Jim Bob Duggar


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