​Jill Duggar Great Kisser: First Kiss Explained By Duggar

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June 25, 2021

Jill Duggar is a great kisser, according to Derrick Dillard. The newly weds were married in a small town of Springdale, Arkansas, with about 1,000 guests for the receptions. The entire Duggar family participated to celebrate the nuptials of the second daughter in a family of 19 kids. Jill got engaged to Derrick only a few months ago.

According to Softpedia News, Derrick and his 23-year-old wife never kissed. The Duggars (and Dillard) have very strict religious beliefs, which forbid most forms of physical contact before marriage. Softpedia News wrote:

“For instance, Jill and Derick didn’t even hold hands, let alone go out on dates alone until they became engaged to be married … They have previously shared for the same publication that they were nervous about this moment, but determined at the same time to resist all kinds of temptations to touch lips until then.

As Jill Duggar becomes a great kisser with her husband, Jim Bob, 48, and Michelle, 47, of TLC’s hit reality show 19 Kids & Counting were greeting and feeding the masses just like clockwork in true Duggar fashion. Insiders say the reception was very busy, and the task was overwhelming at times. Michelle told PEOPLE:

“I’m so grateful to all the volunteers who helped put everything together for the wedding … Everyone has worked hard and done an amazing job.”

Part of that job included making more than 600 cupcakes, 3,000 chocolate-chip cookies and 3,000 root-beer floats for guests to enjoy. Tables divided into sweet and salty snacks were set up around the grounds of the Cross Church. More than 100 immediate family members were in attendance, as were guests from more than 30 states, according to Jim Bob.

Jill’s younger brother, Jeremiah, 15, said he wanted to do more pranks at the wedding, but says they did a good job. He’s already calling Derrick his brother-in-law. “He’s a good guy. I’m stuck with him now, so good thing.”

While Jill Duggar was a great kisser at the wedding, it offered one memorable reception accessory for guests as they got married. It was the view of Michelle’s wedding dress hanging on a wooden backdrop (she and Jim Bob have been married for 30 years this summer), accompanied by one of Dillard’s father’s police uniforms on the other. Dillard’s father, Rick, died in 2008, and his mother, Cathy, who is battling cancer, came to the wedding directly from the hospital.