Unfortunately, Lauren Swanson‘s latest outfit seemed to have the opposite effect than she’d hoped! Recently, fans have been speculating that Josiah Duggar‘s new wife could be pregnant with their first child already, just four months after their wedding. On Nov. 11 she resurfaced in a full-body pic, and her choice of outfit may have actually made things worse.

Fundie friend Ashley Salyer, who has been featured on Bringing Up Bates, posted a throwback photo to John David and Abbie Burnett’s wedding last weekend. “Throwback to last Sunday with these lovely ladies! Miss them already!” she wrote. “I love wedding weekends and the chance it gives to catch up with long distant friends! #weddingweekend #oklahoma #sunday.”

Until now, no one had actually seen photos of Lauren at the wedding, so people wondered if she had skipped it. Naturally, the thought process that followed was, maybe she skipped it because she’s pregnant and didn’t want to be photographed and have the surprise ruined.

Well, this pic doesn’t exactly help her case. In it, she’s wearing a very loose black dress, with tights and a pink cardigan. The cherry on top is a massive scarf, which also helps conceal her stomach. There’s definitely no way to tell whether she’s smuggling a baby bump under there, but it’s definitely making people wonder.

She’s done other weird things that have helped stoke the pregnancy rumors, too. Recently, she made her Pinterest board private, which could mean absolutely nothing. However, some fans began speculating that maybe she wanted to pin baby-related stuff without being found out. The couple has been married for four months, which, believe it or not, is actually late for a pregnancy announcement via Duggar standards, so we’ll just have to wait and see!

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