Justin Duggar, 18, & fiancee Claire Spivey, 19, to secretly wed on FRIDAY with HUNDREDS of guests in huge Texas ceremony

JUSTIN Duggar and fiancee Claire Spivey are set to secretly marry with HUNDREDS of guests in Texas this Friday as family fly in for the big day, The Sun can exclusively reveal.

The loved-up teens, who initially listed the date as being in April on their online registry, will say 'I do' in an "indoor/outdoor ceremony" in Azle, a small city west of Fort Worth, according to a close source.

Shockingly, the insider says despite the global pandemic "nobody will be forced to wear a mask" at the wedding with guests free to mingle at the romantic venue.

Jana Duggar, one of the groom's many siblings, teased fans by posting a photograph sipping coffee at Magnolia Market in Waco after flying in from Arkansas, and the rest of the brood are said to be in town.

Making no mention of the wedding, she captioned the colorful snap: "Four of my favorite things, all in one day: road trips, coffee, sunshine, and @magnolia," with an array of emojis.

"Justin and Claire wanted to get married sooner and seem to have thrown everyone off by telling fans it would be in April," an insider exclusively told The Sun.


"They've kept the details super under wraps, but the ceremony is in fact on Friday in Azle, and everyone is excited for them to make this commitment to one another.

"Despite COVID, they've invited hundreds of guests for an indoor/outdoor ceremony and nobody will be forced to wear a mask, which isn't surprising considering recent family events.

"It will be a huge affair with Justin's parents Jim Bob and Michelle and the siblings already in town preparing for the big day, even his sister Jinger and husband Jeremy have flown in from Los Angeles.

The source added: "Everyone is thrilled to be able to celebrate their wedding with them after such a bad year, and no doubt there will be baby news before long."

After getting engaged in November, it was revealed on their Amazon registry that Justin, 18, and Claire, 19, set their wedding for April 16, 2021 – but it seems the date was to throw fans off.

The Sun has reached out to Justin and Claire's rep for comment.

Dozens of the gifts on the site have already been purchased for the young couple, including kitchenware, wine glasses, bathroom rugs, picture frames and blankets.

It came after a fake registry circulated, asking friends and family to buy a list of bizarre items, from gift cards to Sephora and Chick-fil-A, to AirPods, Bose wireless headphones and gym equipment.

Claire posted after the mix-up: "We are so sorry, and we do not want to see anyone's money dishonestly used.

"Link to our real registry coming soon in bios. Not posting to receive gifts but just wanting to clarify."

Last month fans suspected Justin celebrated his Bachelor party.

Claire's mom Hilary posted a pic of the teen and his friends in ski gear, captioned: "And they are out again. Hitting some jumps this time."

A Redditor commented: "I'm betting this is a bachelor party for Justin. There’s all his friends – and Jason, James and Claire's brother Robby.

"I wonder if they're in Texas or Arkansas. Does anyone know where they are? (I know they’re snowboarding lol)."

Alongside a pic on his Instagram account, Justin wrote afterwards: "Had a great time snowboarding with some of the bros and my future family!"

Justin and Claire took their relationship to the next level after just two months and announced their engagement to Us Weekly, saying they “cannot wait to be married.” 

They shared: “There is nothing comparable to finding the one you are meant to spend your life with.

“We know we have found that in each other. We cannot wait to be married and are looking forward to a life together of faith in Christ, love for one another and happiness!"

The 19 Kids And Counting alum proposed with a square diamond engagement ring, and the couple posed for a few smiling photos and ring close-ups to document the sweet moment.

Justin and Claire, a family friend, delighted the Duggars when they first revealed their "courtship" in September, as reported by The Sun.

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