‘Duggar Family’ Latest News & Update: Jinger & Jeremy Tie the Knot; What’s Next for Couple? Find Out Here!

By Arianne Gift , Updated Nov 07, 2016 09:32 AM EST

To call November 5th a spectacular day for the Duggar family would be an understatement. After a short engagement, Jeremy Vuolo and Jinger Duggar were married in Arkansas and in attendance were, of course, the whole clan.

The couple met in May 2015 and shortly announced their courting status. After two months, the couple announced that they were officially engaged, to the delight of the Duggar family.

"So excited to share this news that we are now engaged...we are so excited to take this next step in spending our lives together," the couple said in their official statement. "It has been an incredible journey so far and we are excited about serving Christ together." To recall, the Duggar family, headed by Jim-Bob and Michelle, echoed their delight by sending their daughter a video message.

Jessa Duggar, Jinger's sister, shared her excitement on Instagram by posting a picture of Jeremy and Jinger by the altar. Cited verbatim: "Ahhhhhh! So happy for my sister and brother-in-law! The wedding was beautiful!" Given the Duggar family's another addition to the clan; will this mean more kids for the family?

While it hasn't been confirmed by the Duggar family, the idea that another baby is on the way isn't a far-fetched idea. In an interview, Jinger revealed her plans to move to Laredo, Texas, after the wedding. Her husband Jeremy Vuolo works in the ministry as an ordained pastor.

The couple has had a rather short engagement but they've been so far consistent with their affections, as seen on their show, "Counting On." What's next for the newlyweds and the rest of the Duggar family will be seen on the hit TLC reality TV show.

Catch more of the Duggar family on the episode "Jinger's Wedding," which airs on TLC. On November 15, the network will grant us "access" to Jinger and Jeremy's wedding at 8 p.m. ET.

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