However, she also had some special advice for her new brother-in-law."When you don't understand why she's crying, that's okay," she said.
"Just rub her back or something."While the Duggar family, who became popular on the hit TLC reality television show "19 Kids and Counting," has known Forsyth for some time it may have come as a surprise that he wanted to officially become a part of their family."I think two years ago we wouldn't have guessed this would be a thing.
The Syracuse University grad was a goalie for the San Antonio Scorpions and also an ordained minister.
After taking a break from the sport to pursue ministry, he re-signed with the team in 2014 following a missionary trip in the Philippines.
The married Duggar sisters are passing down some advice to the latest of their siblings to get married, 19-year-old Joy-Anna.
Last Friday, Joy-Anna officially married her childhood friend Austin Forsyth after a three-month engagement.
Unfortunately, after Michelle had Josh, she got pregnant again while she was on the pill and lost the baby.
When Jessa’s husband Ben Seewald was first courting Jessa, all the younger Duggar sibling quizzed Ben on their names, and he got them all right!“Which means as opposed to a more casual dating relationship, we really want to honor the Lord and be very intentional about how we move forward.”The couple met last May and then went on a mission trip together.“It was there that I really saw his heart and really admired his character,” Duggar says in the clip.“After that, he contacted my dad [Jim Bob Duggar] and asked if we could get to know each other.”Jinger’s potential hubby is from Downingtown, Pennsylvania, and was raised by his father, who is a pastor.Both Jim and Michelle have laid down courtship rules for their children and it forbids them from holding hands, kissing and certainly having premarital sex.However, sources say that Joy-Anna has done all of this and the parents are also aware of her deeds.Thankfully, it did not turn out to be serious but it was enough to upset Jim Bob and Michelle, who have strict religious views about courtship.