It's been less than a week since we first learned that Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo are engaged, but relationships move fast in Duggar land.
After all, a woman only has so many child-bearing years, and this planet's not gonna overpopulate itself, right?
The engagement came just weeks after the first reports that Jinger and Jeremy were courting, and now it looks as though they'll waste no time in getting to the altar.
The couple has been tight-lipped with regard to specifics for a number of good reasons.
For starters, they don't want scores of uninvited Duggar obsessives pulling a Vince Vaughn-Owen Wilson routine.
(Yes, that was our very awkward way of saying they hope to avoid wedding crashers.)
Additionally, the preparations for the wedding will reportedly be a major focus of Jill & Jessa: Counting On Season 2, and Jinger and Jeremy have likely been instructed to avoid giving too much away on social media.
But naturally, the Duggar faithful have been doing some sleuthing with regard to the JinJer wedding, and the consensus seems to be that there's a good chance Jinger will buck family tradition by not getting married in Arkansas.
In fact, it's possible she and her husband may settle in the Northeast once they're hitched.
First there was this video posted by Jeremy on YouTube last week:
He never says anything about having the wedding north of the Mason-Dixon Line (Vuolo is from Philadelphia originally.), but he's in Jersey and he's talking about planning the wedding, which is all it took for some fans to jump to conclusions.
Then there's Jinger's well-documented love of New York City.
A fan of coffee, fashion and photography, Jinger has spoken about her love of New York and her desire to one day reside in the Big Apple.
To the surprise of absolutely no one, her parents are less than thrilled by the idea:
“New York City is way above what we would ever consider a city where she should move,” Michelle Duggar replied when asked about her daughters Carrie Bradshaw dreams.
“Jinger didn’t mean she wanted to move to New York City. She meant that she wants to live closer to a city. We’re talking right near a city, but not New York City. Jinger means she wanted to live 15 minutes from a Wal-Mart.
"We live so far out of town on 20 acres, but Jinger wants to live closer to town, so she doesn’t have to drive so far to go shopping.”
Sounds like the Duggars share Ted Cruz's views on "New York values."
Of course, they also believe that women should be subservient to their spouses, so if Jeremy wants to stick close to home, Jinger may get her wish after all.