Joy-Anna Duggar Welcomes New Baby With Husband Austin Forsyth

American TV personality Joy-Anna Duggar is brimming with joy as she recently welcomed baby No.3 with her husband, Austin Forsyth.

The “19 Kids and Counting” star has married Forsyth since 2017. She previously suffered a miscarriage in 2019 before having her second child the following year.

Duggar’s delivery of her newborn son comes days after the trailer for a documentary unraveling the Duggar family’s dark secrets and their ultra-conservative religious beliefs was released.

Read on for more details.

Joy-Anna Duggar Welcomes Son With Austin Forsyth

In a heartwarming announcement, reality TV star Joy-Anna Duggar and her husband, Austin Forsyth, have welcomed their newest addition to the family. The couple, known for appearing on the popular show “Counting On,” shared their joy and excitement with fans as they introduced their precious entertainment bundle.

On Friday, May 19, Duggar took to her Instagram to share the fantastic news, posting a photo of herself swaddling her newborn while Forsyth leaned over them with a smile.

She captioned the photo, “He’s here! Thank you all for praying… Mama and baby are recovering well.”

The couple tied the knot in 2017 and have been building a life centered on love, faith, and family values. They are already parents to their adorable son Gideon, born in 2018, and a 2-year-old daughter, Evelyn.

Fans Congratulate The Happy Couple

Joy-Anna Duggar and Austin Forsyth are expecting parents again
Instagram | Joy Forsyth

Several fans of the reality TV star took to social media to congratulate her on the arrival of her bundle of joy.

A person said, “Congratulations, Praying for all of you and your new precious son.”

Another fan wrote, “Congratulations on having a baby boy. Welcome to the world, baby boy!! You need to know that your mom cared for you when she had you in her stomach.”

“Congratulations Austin and Joy,” one fan penned. “Another precious little gift from God in heaven.”

Joy-Anna Duggar Previously Suffered A Miscarriage

Joy-Anna Duggar and Austin Forsyth are expecting parents again
Instagram | Joy Forsyth

Duggar and Forsyth experienced a profoundly saddening event in 2019 when she suffered a miscarriage five months into her pregnancy.

At the time, the reality star posted a picture of herself and her husband sitting on a hospital bed and captioned it, “Although we don’t understand why, God has given us unexplainable peace and comfort during this difficult time. Yes, it still hurts, and we have cried countless tears, but we know we can trust the Lord.”

The news was met with an outpouring of love from their followers and fans, who had witnessed the Duggar family’s journey over the years.

Before the incident, Duggar shared that she and her husband were expecting a baby girl named Annabell Elise.

“Annabell means ‘God has favored me,’ and Elise means ‘God satisfies,’” she wrote. “What a precious thing to know that when our daughter opened her eyes, the first thing she saw was the face of Jesus.”

In the aftermath of their loss, Duggar and Forsyth embarked on a healing journey, surrounded by their loved ones and the support of their fans.

The Duggar Family’s ‘Cultlike’ Religion Exposed

[embedded content]

Known for their conservative values and adherence to strict religious principles, the Duggars rose to fame with their popular show “19 Kids and Counting.” However, a new docuseries is set to shed light on the dark underbelly of their seemingly idyllic lives, exposing the alleged “cultlike” religion that has shaped their family dynamic.

According to Page Six, the forthcoming docuseries titled “Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets” promises an in-depth exploration of the controversial religious beliefs and practices that have come to define the Duggar family.

Drawing from interviews with former members and individuals with insider knowledge of the Institute of Basic Life Principles (IBLP), the trailer points to an exposé on the alleged cultlike aspects of their religion and their controversial beliefs.

The Duggar family, led by Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, has been associated with the IBLP. The teachings of the institution, rooted in conservative Christianity, emphasize strict gender roles, patriarchal authority, and a staunchly conservative interpretation of morality. Critics argue that these beliefs have fostered an environment characterized as “cultlike.”

Comments are closed.