AceShowbiz - "Counting On" star %cJessa Duggar% just gave birth to her second son last year, but fans of the Duggar family believe that she may be carrying her third child already. The speculation begins to arise after a family picture was posted on Facebook.
In the snap, which was posted to congratulate her little sister %cJoy-Anna Duggar% on her pregnancy, Jessa's husband %cBen Seewald% was seemingly cradling the 25-year-old television personality's stomach. Fans were more convinced that she is currently pregnant as Jessa was seen donning a loose-fitting dress.
"So when will Jessa be making her announcement too? She totally looks preggers too," a fan wrote in the comment section. "Jessa looks pregnant, and her husband is touching her belly," another commented, while one other said, "Waiting for Jessa's announcement!"
While both Jessa and Ben haven't responded to the pregnancy rumors, the couple previously revealed that they wanted to expand the family. "It will be a little while since we just had a baby, but adopting and fostering to adopt is very much in our hearts," Jessa told PEOPLE, before adding that they also planned to expand their home for future children. "We just need a little more space. We're always checking the market!"
The pregnancy rumors came just days after it was reported that Ben is secretly feuding with his father-in-law %cJim Bob Duggar% over their beliefs. "Every one of the guys [who] have married into the family have their own way of thinking," an insider told Radar Online. "Their beliefs aren't always going to reflect every little ideal Jim Bob and [%cMichelle Duggar%] embrace. There are a few differences in religious thought processes."
The insider went on explaining that Ben is raised on the belief that anything that happens has been chosen by God. Meanwhile, Jim Bob and the rest of Duggars are devout Baptists, who believe in salvation by faith in the gift of Christ dying on the cross for sinners.
"Overall he's a close family," the insider continued, adding that everyone "tries to agree to overlook things that aren't in alignment with their thinking. If there's something that comes out they tend to work it out quickly."