Duck Dynasty star Jase Robertson celebrated his anniversary with his wife Missy.
On Friday, August 12, Jase shared a sweet Instagram post to honor their marriage, which took place in 1990. Jase apparently surprised his wife with a bouquet of flowers.
“A wife of noble character who can find? She is worth far more than rubies. Her husband has full confidence in her and lacks nothing of value. She brings him good, not harm, all the days of her life.”~Proverbs 31:10-12,” he wrote alongside a photo of his bride.
The pair wed when Missy was nineteen. The couple shares their three children together, Reed, Cole, Karina, and Mia.
The couple met when they were young and knew pretty quickly that they were the one. They both also waited until their wedding night to have sex, which they said strengthened their relationship.
“My wife in particular, she really loved the idea that she felt secure with me,” the Duck Dynasty star told Fox. “Like I had a direction I was taking. I didn’t sugarcoat anything. I said, ‘I’m a hunter, I’m a fisherman, I’m gone weeks at a time. I’m just laying this out. But I will take care of you and I will treat you with respect and I want to wait till I get married,’ and I would share my faith with them. Missy was the first girl that loved that. She was like, ‘Ok this is awesome.’”
A ‘Duck Dynasty’ Relationship
Missy came from a privileged background and dating Jase in high school made her a target. She suffered from relentless persecution and people “were on her.” Jase shared that people would make jokes even in front of him. But at the end of the day, she didn’t care what people thought. He shared that he was surprised she wasn’t bothered as people “really heaped a lot of abuse on her.”
Their first year of marriage was a little bit bumpy. When Jase was open about his faith, his friends soon became interested in his lifestyle and beliefs. Soon enough, they came to him seeking guidance. Both Jase and Missy were ministering to people about the Christian faith.
“We just weren’t doing it together,” he explained. “We looked up after a couple of months and realized we weren’t seeing each other. I would come in sometimes in the wee house of the morning and she was just getting up to leave. It was stressful so we kind of stopped and said, ‘Whatever we do we’re going to do it together.’ It was really a great life-changing moment. It was a bumpy time. We were starting to get grumpy. It was a hard transition.”
The couple focused on one another and ministering together and made it all work while creating a happy family.