Josh Duggar's Sister Jessa Speaks at Southern Women's Show, Opens Up About Her Home Life

Josh Duggar's younger sister Jessa Duggar and her husband Ben Seewald were all smiles as they greeted and spoke to the crowd at the Southern Women's Show in Charlotte, North Carolina on Saturday.
The parents-to-be were eager to share details about their first months of marriage and how they've been preparing for the new addition to the Duggar-Seewald family.
Jessa, 22, and Ben, 20, admitted that they have yet to reveal whether they're having a boy or a girl to any of their family members, and are holding off on buying clothes as to not give away the sex of the baby. They also admitted that they have not decided on a name for their child.
As Jessa and Ben have mentioned in the past, the couple said they are looking to adopt in the future as they would like to raise more than one child. Jessa and Ben disclosed that they are planning to take a class on adoption some time next year.
"It was a pleasure to have Jessa and Ben at the show!" a spokesperson for the Southern Women's Show told ET. According to the event's website, the three-day convention is about "creating festive, entertaining and inspiring shows for you to enjoy with your family and friends."
Other special guests included Bachelor star Britt Nilsson.
This is the former 19 Kids and Counting stars' first public appearance since Jessa's brother Josh confessed to having two Ashley Madison accounts. He is currently getting help at a rehab facility.