Duggar Family Update: Jessa and Jill Duggar Pressured To Finance Whole Clan
Jessa and Jill Duggar's special spin-off, 'Counting On' is rumored to be a way of financing the lifestyle of the whole Duggar clan and slowly, bring them in the limelight again.
Realty Today reported that the Duggars have been in great financial crisis since TLC's cancellation of 19 Kids and Counting on May in the heights of the revelation of Josh Duggar's molestation and scandal.
With this, Jessa and Jill Duggar's 'Counting On' is expected to help every member of the Duggar family and in turn save their net worth estimated at $3.5 million, figures mentioned in Inquisitr.
It was on April when rumors spread that Josh had molested several girls of the Duggar family, including Jessa and Jill who are now married to Ben Seewald and Derrick Dilliard respectively. The two sisters bravely came out in the open and offered their forgiveness to Josh in those months.
In the sneak preview of the upcoming show, "Counting On," Jill and Jessa alluded about Josh's molestation scandal.
"Here I am, most joyful time of my life, newly married, baby on the way, and then ... the whole world was shocked. ... You have to wonder, like 'How did this happen? Jessa said in the teaser as mentioned by Inquisitr.
Sources have also pointed out that Counting On is not solely focused on Jessa and Jill's new life with their husbands and Jim and Michelle Duggar and the rest of the clan are expected to be present.
Meanwhile, Jessa and Ben Seewald made headlines last week when they celebrate their untraditional baby shower for their incoming baby said to come out on November 1.
The celebration of 100 guests have been very unusual as it has invited both male and female visitors. Since the baby's gender is also unknown, visitors also give gender-free gifts to the young couple, Christian Today reported.
The unknown baby is tentatively nicknamed as 'Quincy.'