Joy-Anna Duggar And Austin Forsyth's Final Wedding Date Decided; Duggar Family Plans To Keep It Secret?

Joy-Anna Duggar and Austin Forsyth initially picked the natal anniversary of the bride as their union's date. However, there are countless reports saying that both Duggar and Forsyth families already agreed on the final date but are trying to keep the schedule secret. Yet again, there are those who claim that it was Joy-Anna Duggar especially picked her birthday as her wedding's schedule.

Many fans are already excited to see Joy-Anna Duggar and Austin Forsyth sealing their romance through a wedding ceremony. The two announced their engagement last March which is only less than five months after they entered the courtship. There might be those who see the young couple rushing into marriage, but avid fans of the Duggar family know very well that Joy-Anna is actually waiting longer compared to her sister Jinger and Jessa who married only a few months after courtship.

After Joy-Anna and Austin announced their engagement, fans discovered that they already had a wedding registry at The Knot through Amazon. The registry noted their tentative choice of wedding date which the couple also said might still be changed. Apparently, they chose to celebrate their union on Joy-Anna's birthday on Oct. 28 in Arkansas where the Duggars hail from.

There are a couple of rumors though saying that the wedding date Joy-Anna and Austin placed on the registry is merely just for the public to talk about as they reportedly plan to conceal their real wedding date. Some theories even say that it was wise for the family to cover the true schedule to surprise their fans while others think that the wedding is being used for the promotion of "Counting On" like Jinger Duggar Vuolo's alleged pregnancy.

It might not be soon though that fans will learn about the final wedding date of Joy-Anna Duggar and Austin Forsyth. However, the two are reportedly eager to exchange vows anytime this year.

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