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Brittany King
September 06, 2016 09:00 PM

Jinger Duggar is in love and she isn’t afraid to show it.

On Tuesday’s episode of Counting On, a few of the Duggar children are out in the middle of nowhere (Missouri) trying to learn wilderness survival skills at a training camp. Yet, all Jinger can think about is trying to get cell service in order to call/text Jeremy Vuolo.

“I didn’t know exactly how long we were going to be out there without cell service,” she said during the episode. “I should have told him I was going to be gone all day.”

Throughout the show, Jinger would stop and take selfies and document as much of her trip as possible, all so she could send it to her soon-to-be-fiancée. It got to the point where she wasn’t even paying attention to anything but her text messages.

“I don’t think I’m driving people nuts with it,” the 22-year-old said during her interview. “I think when you’re in love everybody knows about it. I think everybody will understand when they get to that place themselves.”

“When Jill and Jessa were in their relationships, I did notice that they would talk a lot on the phone,” she continued. “Sometimes I would mention something and they wouldn’t quite catch it … I was like ‘Oh, wow. They’ve changed quite a bit,’ and I thought I am a little bit of that type of person and I could see how I would do that, but probably not that much. I was wrong.”

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“Now that I’ve seen her, and how drastic she’s gone … I’m just going to keep my mouth shut and not say anything,” Joy-Anna told the cameras. “I’ll be the worst of them all probably.”

Jinger’s younger brother was also starting to get a bit bothered with how much she was on her phone.

“All of my siblings when they’re interested in somebody just like can’t think or concentrate,” said 20-year-old Josiah. “Sometimes you feel like breaking their phone … lets put it away for awhile. You realize everyone is going to go through this phase in life so just deal with it because everyone is going to have to deal with you someday.”

Later on in the episode, all the girls were spending the night camping out in huts, when Jinger received a call from Vuolo which ultimately annoyed her sisters.

“Jinger, we are supposed to be out in the wild trying to survive and you have your phone,” Joy-Anna, 18, told her.

Jinger then got up and sprinted out their survival hut just to talk with Vuolo on the phone in peace inside the RV.

“It was good having you for a whole two minutes!” Joy yelled out to her.

Counting On airs Tuesdays (8 p.m. ET) on TLC.

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