Michelle Duggar and daughters Jill Dillard and Jessa Seewald of the hit TV show "19 Kids and Counting" are deeply in love with their husbands--and are not afraid to show it!
Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar are still in the "honeymoon phase" after 30 years of marriage--and they displayed it by recreating daughter Jessa's kiss with her new husband, Ben Seewald.
Jessa and Ben, who wed on November 1, didn't kiss at their wedding--but later posted an Instagram photo sharing a kiss.
"It's great living life with your best friend!" captioned Jessa.
On Sunday, Jessa posted another photo to her Instagram page that depicts her parents recreating the moment.
She wrote: "My parents texted me this picture! This year marks 30 years of marriage, and they're still in that "honeymoon" stage! It's great to see older married couples still so madly in love! I love you Mom & Dad!"
Meanwhile, Jill Duggar, who is expecting a baby boy with husband Derick Dillard later this year, is enjoying married life and pregnancy to its fullest.
"It was truly the joy of her life to marry Derick and they both feel so blessed to have each other," Michelle Duggar wrote about the newlywed couple and her growing family. "They are just really, really happy to be married and enjoying married life."
While the couple remains unsure if they will share their son's birth on their reality show "19 Kids and Counting," they have not been shy about sharing their excitement.
"We were super excited," Jill of when they learned the news. "We prayed together, and thanked God for this new little life. I was screaming and everything," she laughs. "He was like, 'Don't get too excited! You might stress out the baby or something.' He's so cute. He's so sweet."
As the Duggar clan continues to expand, Michelle prays that her children and their spouse's love for God and for one another grows as well.
"It's just so sweet to watch these guys and girls that are really in love," the Duggar matriarch wrote. "Love is in the air and it's good for all of us to be around that, even if the little siblings have to go, 'Oh no, they're kissing again, oh my!"
"I know God's going to use that love to help stretch in ways that they might not otherwise try, because that's the good thing about marriage. It really does stretch us and helps us to become the person that God would want us to be," she continued. "You're much more willing to get out of your comfort zone when it's with somebody that you deeply love."