“Duck Dynasty” star Sadie Robertson Huff has a little extra to be thankful for this year. Not only is it Thanksgiving, but today also marks her second anniversary as well. That’s right, Robertson Huff married the love of her life on November 25, 2019.
And it wouldn’t be Sadie to let the occasion pass by with little fanfare. The former reality star took to Instagram to share some love for her husband and their daughter Honey James as well. What you will find is a family portrait that screams all kinds of adorable. The couple doesn’t look too shabby dressed to the nines in a throwback photo to their wedding either. It truly looked like an occasion that fairy tales are made of.
So how does Sadie describe the occasion in her own words?
“our anniversary on thanksgiving… very very fitting. I’m so thankful for you Christian Huff and the family we have!” she wrote on Instagram. “Two years and our hearts have grown. Our love has expanded. Our faith has risen, Our joy has strengthened, Our world has been rocked in the best way by an angel named Honey.”
Robertson also couldn’t help but look way down the road when they’re old and gray. “Gosh, I can’t wait to see what the next two look like and then the 70 after that!”
Sadie Robertson Huff Opens Up
But with role models as parents like Willie and Korie, Sadie can’t do wrong. Both of the “Duck Dynasty” parents are still happily married and have watched as their children blossomed into parents in their own right. But it hasn’t been all sunshine and roses for Robertson these past couple of years.
For one, Robertson Huff battled COVID-19 while pregnant. It resulted in her taking a trip to the hospital and a very scary recovery process. But more recently, Robertson Huff’s battle has been inside her own mind. The “Duck Dynasty” star got candid about her experience with postpartum anxiety.
“I’m constantly trying to fight fear in my life,” Robertson said on the podcast. “It was like, so many emotions happening that I couldn’t really fight the fear like I normally do. All of a sudden, I was just in a state of anxiety. I didn’t even realize that it was creeping up as much as it was.”
Robertson Huff said she dealt with a lot of conflicting emotions at the same time. She didn’t understand how she could be so happy but so afraid at the same time. Thankfully, opening up has helped Robertson Huff face some of these problems. Sadie also hopes to open the dialogue for other women to share their experiences as well.