Duggar's First Grandchild Will be a Girl

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The Duggars were back on the "Today" show last week with another surprise announcement. But this time, it was the Duggars, Jr. -- or oldest son Josh, and his wife pregnant wife Anna -- making an appearance to find out the sex of their baby. That's right, Meredith Vieira knew the baby's gender before Josh and Anna. Only on reality television, people.

The answer came to them not by ultrasound but baked into a cake created by "Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro. Josh and Anna -- who both felt they were expecting a boy -- cut into the beautiful custom-made creation holding their breath to find out if the cake would be pink or blue. Anna let out a delighted squeal when the cake revealed they were expecting a daughter.

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