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Jessa Duggar talks about her future reality TV plans

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Will Jessa Duggar's growing family have its own reality show?

What does the future hold for Jessa Duggar?

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After a new interview, we have a slightly better idea. The former 19 Kids and Counting star's future definitely includes more kids, and it just might include a return to reality TV.

Duggar, who is currently expecting her first child with her husband, Ben Seewald, opened up to Us Weekly during an appearance this weekend at the Southern Women's Show in Charlotte, North Carolina. She told reporters about her plans for adding even more bundles of joy to her already growing family.

But how many bundles of joy, exactly, are in the cards for this couple? Seewald joked that he wanted to show up his wife's famous family by having at least 20, but according to Duggar, that still remains to be seen.

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"Well, I’m not giving birth to that many, but we want to adopt," Duggar said, adding that, during her current pregnancy, she's been fighting cravings for ice cream and smoothies.

And as their family continues to grow, is there a reality series in store for the Seewalds and their potential 20 kids?

"I don’t know," Duggar told Us Weekly. "if people want to watch us, I don’t mind, but I want to live a peacefully quiet life and just serve the Lord and if people find that interesting, then awesome, but I won’t seek that out myself."

In the meantime, Duggar and Seewald seem to be enjoying married life as expecting parents, and they pointed to the advice they follow to keep their marriage as harmonious as possible.

"We all have selfishness in our hearts, it’s in our nature," Seewald said. "But always thinking more about the other person and how we can make their life easier is important."

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Would you watch a new reality show featuring Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald? Or have you had your fill after several seasons of 19 Kids and Counting? Head down to the comments and share your thoughts with us.

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