It's been over two years since Joy-Anna Duggar and Austin Forsyth married in the sort of lavish, massively-attended ceremony for which their family has become known.
And it seems as though the young couple has been enjoying a life of quiet domestic bliss ever since.
Though Joy recently suffered a miscarriage, insiders say Austin has been a tremendous source of support.
The 25-year-old is making a way for himself in one of the few career fields Jim Bob approves of (real estate).
But there's reason to believe that when they first met, Joy and Austin were not so thrilled with the idea of exchanging vows.
In fact, many fans believe that Joy was forced to marry Austin by heir overbearing fathers.
Here's everything we know about the situation - and Austin's surprisingly controversial father - so far:
The Not-So-Happy Couple?
Joy and Austin's wedding looked just like every other Duggar ceremony. But one major difference may have been the fact that the couple wasn't at the altar by choice,
The Duggars' Version
The "official" account of Joy and Austin's courtship is more than a little creepy, but it's one the Duggars have been repeating for years.
Do the Math
According to that version, Joy and Austin met through the church (of course), and there was an instant attraction between them ... despite the fact that Austin was four years Joy's senior.
Not a big deal now that they're adults, but considering Joy and Austin grew up attending the same church, they were probably pretty young the first time they laid eyes on one another.
The Wait Is Over
Thankfully, Joy and Austin held off on starting a romantic relationship until after she turned 18. But that doesn't mean they were able to avoid controversy.
Or Is It?
As you probably know, the Duggars have strict rules governing romantic relationships. The most famous of which is that virtually all forms of physical contact among non-married couples are prohibited.