Duggar Daughters Reveal Which One Likes PDA the Most

The Duggars are speaking out about which of the siblings like to show the most PDA with their spouse, and the answer is unanimous within the group.

In the Duggar clan, Jill, 26, was the first daughter to get married. Three of her younger sisters – Jessa Seewald, Jinger Vuolo, and Joy-Anna Forsyth – have now all said their "I Do's."

During an interview with People, a portion of the Duggar crew including Jessa and Ben Seewald, Joy-Anna and Austin Forsyth, Jinger and Jeremy Vuolo, and siblings, Jana, John-David, Josiah, and Joseph Duggar all dished on the married couples in the family.

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“Who is the couple who likes PDA the most?” the host asked.

“Jill and Derick," the group said.

Even though Jill and her husband, Derick Dillard, have been married the longest, the two evidently still can't help but show off their love for one another in public.

“The love is infectious,” Jeremy, 29, said of Jill and Derick's relationship. “You know, they love each other and they’re not afraid to show it.”

The host then asked which of the Duggar daughters was the least likely to show their spouse some affection.

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“I don’t think there’s a least liking it,” Jessa, 24, said. “When you’ve got two kids, then it’s one for one and so you’re not able to just hold hands and stroll along, I mean you gotta chase after those kids."

Jessa shares two children 1-year-old Spurgeon and 5-month-old Henry with her husband, Ben.

As most fans of the Duggars' wildly popular TLC show, Counting On, are well aware, the family has strict rules about physical contact before marriage. There are certain boundaries that have to be abided by during courtship and engagement seasons. For example, only side hugs are allowed during courtship.

To show their love for one another, many of the couples came up with their own specials ways of doing so.

“The one thing that got me was when Joy and Austin, before they got married, they would just stare at each other’s eyes. And I was like, ‘Stop that!’ ” Josiah said.

On Monday's episode, Austin was forced to confront a controversial moment when he and his new bride, Joy-Anna, shared a full frontal hug after she accepted his marriage proposal this past March. Austin said the incident was a mistake.

"We're humans and sometimes we don't always abide perfectly by our rules," he said. "We try. That was a real hard try."

New episodes of Counting On are set to air on TLC on Sept. 11.