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Jinger Duggar Wedding: To Move To Texas With Husband Jeremy Vuolo

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Jinger Duggar will relocate to Texas with Jeremy Vuolo after their televised wedding on ‘Jill and Jessa: Counting On.” (Instagram)

Jinger Duggar can’t wait for her wedding to Jeremy Vuolo, after which she’ll relocate to Texas to start their married life together.

Jinger, who got engaged to the former professional soccer player after a month-long courtship, called Jeremy the “answer to her prayers.”

Sister Jessa Duggar Seewald was initially suspicious of Vuolo because she thought the hunky 6-foot-3 former athlete was too handsome to be good husband material for Jinger.

“I thought, ‘This guy — surely he has another girl already,’” Jessa admitted in a preview to season 2 of “Jill and Jessa: Counting On.”

“But we’d found out that he didn’t!”

Jeremy proposed in New York City with a dazzling .75-carat diamond engagement ring in July 2016, and Jinger happily accepted.

“I am completely in love,” she gushed. “It’s an answer to my prayers.

“I asked God for this in a future spouse, and He has done far above anything I could have ever dreamed in bringing Jeremy into my life.”

Jinger will move from her Arkansas hometown to Laredo, Texas, after the wedding to work with Vuolo in his family ministry, as TheImproper has reported.

“I’m so excited to be joining my best friend,” she said.

Meanwhile, another Duggar wedding is just what the family needed to revive their lucrative reality TV gravy train.

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Weddings, pregnancies and engagements made the Duggars rich for 11 seasons of “19 Kids and Counting.” (TLC)

The Duggar family’s hit show, 19 Kids and Counting, was canceled in July 2015 after 10 seasons amid news that Josh Duggar had sexually molested 5 underage girls — including 4 of his sisters — when he was 14 years old.

The cancellation of “19 Kids and Counting” was a major financial drain on the Duggars, who earned $25,000 to $45,000 per episode.

The unemployed Duggars have not been able to make for the lost income with other jobs, but with “Jill and Jessa,” the family has revived its TV money train.

Season 2 of “Jill and Jessa: Counting On” premieres on TLC Aug. 23.

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