Is the 19 Kids and Counting star, Jessa Duggar, having twins?
That is the question many are asking after the reality star posted a poll about the gender of her baby. The poll, which encourages followers to take part, has four options: girl, boy, twin girls, twin boys and twin boy and girl.
An article from InTouch Weekly reported Duggar and husband Ben Seewald are expecting twins.
Back in April, Duggar, made the big announcement on her Instagram. Seewald hinted at the possibility of having twins saying, "Can't wait to find out if it's a boy or a girl." He teasingly added, "It could be both, who knows?"
Currently, Duggar is sharing photos of her baby bump on her Instagram to keep her followers updated. However, Duggar and her husband are still quiet about the gender of their child.
Lol! ...that point in your pregnancy where your belly button is acting like a pop-up turkey timer! 😊🙊😄 Almost there! 11 weeks 3 days left! 💞 -w/ @ben_seewald A photo posted by Jessa Seewald (@jessaseewald) on
The baby is due on November 1, the exact same date the Christian couple got married. Grandparents, Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar are excited to welcome their sixth grandchild. Just recently, two grandchildren were added to their ever growing family-- Meredith Grace and Israel David.
Will the Seewald couple reveal their baby’s gender soon, or will they keep teasing their followers until the baby arrives?
"Some people will say, 'Oh, you're carrying high, or low or whatever. But I don't know. We'll see! Y'all put in your best guess and we'll see what the poll will say," said Duggar.
Aside from polling her fans, Jessa Duggar will be part of Breaking the Silence, a one-hour, commercial-free documentary which tackles the issue of child sex abuse. Josh Duggar molested five underaged girls including his sisters Jill and Jessa when he was a teenager. The sisters will speak out on being molested by theri older brother Josh.
TLC will air the documentary on Sunday, August 30, which will feature other survivors of sexual abuse who will attempt to bring greater awareness to the issue.