Talk about squad goals! John-David Duggar and his fiancée Abbie Grace Burnett reunited with his brother Jeremiah in a new photo posted on Aug. 1. And fans couldn’t help but notice the ladies in the snap who looked just like Abbie. Now, they’re convinced Jeremiah, who is twin brothers with Jedidiah, just met Abbie’s twin sisters and it’s giving fans the utmost joy!
“Wait, so there are twins on Abbie’s side as well as the two sets on JD’s? They just became front runners for the first couple to have twins of their own,” one fan wrote on Reddit. Several others were commenting on the precious snap, wondering if the girls were John-David’s future sister-in-laws. “Are those Abbie’s sisters because they look A LOT like her!” another chimed in on Instagram. “They have to be all related, the girls look identical!” one more added. Like Jeremiah and Jedidiah, John also has a twin sister, Jana Duggar!
As expected, Duggar fans were living for their group snap. The Counting On star’s siblings also left sweet messages in the comment section. Jill Duggar wrote, “Nice!” and Anna Duggar added, “So cool! Ya’ll have fun!” Many of John and Abbie’s fans were crushing on Jeremiah too, asking if he was single and ready to mingle. Aside from spending time with family, there’s a lot of excitement ahead for John and Abbie, especially after their whirlwind engagement.
The couple announced their courtship on June 26, 2018 and almost a month later, his family revealed they were ready to take the next step in their relationship. “We are thrilled to announce the engagement of John-David and Abbie!” the statement read on the Duggar family blog. “They are a wonderful match and make a beautiful couple! Abbie is a lovely young woman, full of tenderness and compassion. We are so delighted that John-David has asked her to be his wife! We love weddings in this family and can’t wait for this next one!”
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