While husband Josh Duggar awaits his child porn trial, Anna Duggar announces the birth of her seventh child.

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While her husband Josh Duggar awaits a child porn trial, Anna Duggar announces the birth of her seventh child.

The Duggar family has grown once more.

On November 2nd,

Anna Duggar and her husband Josh Duggar welcomed their seventh child on December 16.

Anna wrote on Instagram, alongside the first photo of the couple’s new baby girl, “Meet little Madyson Lily Duggar!”

Madyson was born on October 1st, according to her Instagram Stories.

At 2:39 a.m. local time, on the 23rd.

She measured 20 inches and weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces.

Madyson joins older siblings Mackenzie, 12, Michael, 10, Marcus, 8, Meredith, 6, Mason, 4, and Maryella, who is 23 months old.

While the Duggars have reason to rejoice, Anna’s pregnancy comes on the heels of Josh’s legal troubles.

Josh was arrested in Arkansas in April and charged with possessing child pornography.

His trial is set to begin in November after he previously pled not guilty.

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TLC canceled the Duggar family’s reality TV show and severed ties with them two months after their arrest.

TLC said in a statement to E! News that it will not be producing any more seasons of Counting On.

“TLC believes it is critical to give the Duggar family the opportunity to speak openly about their situation.”

The show was a spinoff of TLC’s 19 Kids and Counting, which was cancelled in 2015 after a resurfaced police report from 2006 claimed Josh had molested five underage girls when he was a teenager.

Josh publicly apologized at the time, saying that his parents had “arranged for me and those affected by my actions to receive counseling,” and that his sisters, Jill and Jessa Duggar, had come forward as victims.

He was never accused of any wrongdoing.

Away from the cameras, others in the Duggar family continue to achieve new milestones.

Jed and Katey Duggar announced their first child together in September.

And then there was November.

Jim Bob Duggar, the family patriarch, announced his candidacy for the Arkansas state Senate on March 15.

In a blog post, he wrote, “Like so many other families, we have faced crises, difficulties, and heartbreak.”

“They say we should shrink away because our family has had problems—this is why they are often so cruel—but we can’t sit on the sidelines while one of America’s most important battles is raging! We are committed to doing our part and making a difference for our children and grandchildren!”

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