However, other fans wrote that they thought the moment was "adorable" and "cute." A few commenters also pointed out that what Derick did is a Duggar family tradition, and it's one that started with Josh and Anna Duggar.
Josh and Anna did something very similar during the 2012 wedding of Anna's sister, Priscilla Keller, and David Waller, a close friend of the Duggar family. Anna and Josh were both members of the couple's wedding party, and they stopped near the front pews of the church and kissed as they were walking down the aisle together.
According to the Duggar Family Blog, Josh pulled the stunt again at Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard's 2014 wedding. This time, Anna was a member of the wedding party while her husband was not, so Josh had to yank his wife away from her groomsman escort to kiss her. Ben Seewald also stole Jessa Duggar away from her escort and walked her down the aisle after the ceremony. However, Jessa and Ben couldn't make out in the middle of the church because they were still courting at the time.
As Entertainment Tonight reports, Jessa and Ben did not kiss each other in front of their wedding guests when they tied the knot in November 2014. However, Derick Dillard tried to make up for the lack of a kiss between the bride and groom by grabbing Jill Duggar and locking lips with her as she hastily made her way down the aisle with her groomsman escort.
According to the Daily Mail, neither Josh Duggar nor Anna Duggar were members of Jessa and Ben's wedding party, so they didn't get to put on a public display of affection during that wedding ceremony.
Even though TLC has refused to film Josh Duggar for Counting On, CBS News reports that he did attend Jinger Duggar's wedding. Jinger even asked Anna to be one of her bridesmaids.
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