Welcome To Plathville fans were not surprised to find out how exactly the Georgia family is connected to the Duggars and 19 Kids and Counting.
Welcome To Plathville fans were not surprised to find out how exactly the Georgia family is connected to the Duggars and 19 Kids and Counting. It would make sense that all the large religious families know who each other are and have probably met over the years in passing. TLC fans think it could be fun if they did a crossover show too.
The new TLC show introduced fans to a whole new way of living, thanks to the Plath family and their old-fashioned ideals. On a rural farm in Georgia, the Plath family lives a simple lifestyle with limited technology, sheltering their nine children from the outside world. While the family’s ultra-traditional lifestyle looks genuine, it wasn’t long until viewers started to doubt whether the family is as strict as they seem. TLC fans have seen many similar families throughout the years and wonder if they have ever crossed paths.
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Just like the Duggars, the Plaths also have a large family, which consists of Kim and Barry, Ethan, 21, Hosanna, 20, Micah, 18, Moria, 17, Lydia, 15, Isaac, 13, Amber, 10, Cassia, 8, and Mercy, 6. The Duggars have 19 children and are the first step toward the two families’ connection. Us Weekly recently showed the six degrees of separation.
Josh Duggar is the oldest, and he married Anna Keller. The two families are connected via the Keller name. Now stick with us since it may get a little confusing. Hosanna married Timothy Noble, and they had a wedding guest by the name of Nurie Rodrigues, who is in fact dating Nathan Kellar, who is Anna Duggar’s younger brother. While it is far-fetched if the couple does get married, it wouldn’t be hard to imagine that both Plath and Duggars would be at the wedding, making it one giant happy family.
Naturally, the family connection is not strong between them, but they are roaming around in the same social circles. While there is more on-screen drama with the Plaths, there was something to be said for the original show that started it all since Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar were always so nurturing and wholesome. Fans were hoping to watch the entire Duggar family on the screen again, but thanks to Josh’s run-in with the law, it is highly unlikely the family will ever be back on TLC.
Next: Welcome to Plathville: Moriah Plath Celebrates 8 Months With Max Kallschmidt
Source: Us Weekly
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