Justin Duggar's mother-in-law slams troll who said daughter Claire, 20, is too 'immature' to marry the reality star, 18

JUSTIN Duggar's mother-in-law slammed the troll who said her daughter Claire, 20, was too "immature" to marry the reality star, 18.

Fans have already begun to speculate that Claire is already pregnant with her and Justin's first child after a rushed wedding.




Like any proud mom, Claire's mom, Hilary shared various pics from the exciting weekend after her daughter tied the knot with a Duggar.

In one picture, the bride and bride's mom sat together as they held hands and smiled at the camera for a picture, while in a second one, she shared Claire herself curling her little's sister for the wedding.

In another one, the mothers-in-law, Hilary and Michelle Duggar smiled for the camera as they enjoyed some tea time after the wedding.

However, when she shared a picture of herself with Jase and James Duggar, one fan dared question Justin and Claire's love.

The fan wrote: "If y’all bought wisdom to the wedding party, then it might mean your kid is too young/immature to get married…."

To which the mama bear commented: "that’s funny!!! this was a joke. We were the silliest ones in the lineup!!"


The Sun exclusively revealed how the pair tied the knot in Texas last Friday as family flew in to attend the secret ceremony with hundreds of guests.

The loved-up married couple confirmed that they said "I do" on Friday.

In the lead up to Claire and Justin's nuptials, eagle-eyed fans also suspected that they had moved up the ceremony from April to February after they shared selfies from a flight.

Alongside a photo of Claire and Justin posing at their wedding, the young Counting On star simply captioned the announcement: "2.26.21."

Plenty of family members responded to the good news as Joy-Anna Duggar wrote in the comments section: "It was such a gorgeous wedding! Love you both very much and am SO happy for you guys!"



Anna Duggar – who fans suspect is pregnant – also wrote: "Such a lovely wedding! Thrilled for you both!

Justin's parents, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, also wrote, "Justin and Claire said 'I do!."

Even Jill Duggar, who has distanced herself from her family family, shared the the pair's wedding photo on her Instagram Story and wrote, 'Congrats!"

An insider exclusively told The Sun how the loved-up teens, who initially listed the date as being in April on their online registry, would say 'I do' in an "indoor/outdoor ceremony" in Azle.

The source added that "nobody will be forced to wear a mask" at the wedding and guests will be free to mingle at the romantic venue despite the coronavirus pandemic.

 "Justin and Claire wanted to get married sooner and seem to have thrown everyone off by telling fans it would be in April," the source said.

They continued: "They've kept the details super under wraps, but the ceremony is in fact on Friday in Azle, and everyone is excited for them to make this commitment to one another.

"Despite Covid, they've invited hundreds of guests for an indoor/outdoor ceremony and nobody will be forced to wear a mask, which isn't surprising considering recent family events.

"It will be a huge affair with Justin's parents Jim Bob and Michelle and the siblings already in town preparing for the big day, even his sister Jinger and husband Jeremy have flown in from Los Angeles.

The source added: "Everyone is thrilled to be able to celebrate their wedding with them after such a bad year, and no doubt there will be baby news before long."

Justin and Claire, a family friend, delighted the Duggars when they first revealed their "courtship" in September before getting engaged two months later.

Following the wedding, Redditors started commenting on how long it would take before Justin and his new bride announced their pregnancy on a "Duggars Snark" thread entitled "How long til [sic] Pregnancy" on Saturday.

"We all know Claritin is getting married so young so they can have intercourse but after the wedding how fast do you think they will announce a pregnancy?" wrote the moderator. "I’m thinking 3-4 months."

"Joy was pregnant within like 4 days so I’m guessing the same for Claritin [Claire and Justin]," wrote one fan.

A second commented: "I think they planned the latest time before her birthday. Whereas Jill, Joy and Kendra planned the wedding date based on their cycle."

"They'll be pregnant in about 2.7 minutes," quipped a third person. "They'll announce 3 months after the wedding, like JoKen and Joy and not earlier than that so that people don't think they had premarital sex."

"2.7 minutes is generous," a fourth viewer remarked, while another joked that they would "die of snarkiness if they had a 4th of July announcement."

Others predicted that "they’ll make a baby announce by late May / early June" during the lively Reddit discussion.

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