Duggar Family '19 Kids and Counting' news: Jessa Duggar shares sweet letter from husband Ben Seewald

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(Reuters/File)Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar in a pro-life rally held in South Carolina January 2012

Jessa Duggar, who has been happily married to her husband Ben Seewald for a little over three months now, decided to share a lovely hand-written letter he wrote for her on her Instagram account. In it, Seewald wrote how he feels like his heart was "touched by an angel" whenever he sees his wife.

"He writes the sweetest love letters," Jessa captioned a photo of the letter. "You're a gem! I'm so blessed to be your wife!"

"My Dearest Jessa, When you smile at me, it takes my breath away, like my heart has been touched by an angel," Seewald wrote. "Your eyes sparkle like the first stars on a dark night. Your smile brightens my spirit like the first gleams of sunrise after a crisp autumn night in the Arkansas Ozarks."

"But the most wonderful thing about you when you smile at me," the letter continues, "is that it shines forth radiant beams of warmest love and affection ... it's worth a thousand words, even the most eloquent words of affirmation. Your smile could melt the age old ice cap of Antarctica. I love you more than fondest words and fairest speech can express. Love, Ben."

Jessa married Ben on Nov. 1 with over 1,000 of their friends and family there to witness their love together.

Recently, Jessa, Ben and the Duggar clan participated in the March for Life, which protests abortion. She previously compared the horrors of abortion to that of the Holocaust, although while Jews are no longer persecuted in that way, the lives of unborn fetuses are still in danger.