Fans got a peek at Sadie Robertson’s baby bump and her pregnancy progress when the mom-to-posted an Instagram snap on Sunday. The “Duck Dynasty” star also showed fans she’s staying active by playing tennis during her pregnancy. In the caption, she couldn’t contain her excitement about her upcoming bundle of joy.
“Tomorrow officially makes 8 months / 8 weeks to gooooo WHOOP WHOOP!!! today was a gorgeous day so still getting out and playing tennis mainly because I have a heck of a partner @christian_huff ! Can’t wait to have another little player out here.”
Robertson seemed to be in high spirits as her due date approaches. Besides giving fans the update, they also got a sneak peek at her baby’s nursery.
Sadie Robertson Keeps Fans Filled in on First Pregnancy
Robertson has kept her fans updated on her pregnancy from the beginning. In Oct. 2020, Robertson and her husband Christian Huff announced the happy news just months after their nuptials.
The newlyweds announced the news of their first pregnancy on their Instagram accounts. Just one month later, they revealed that the two would be expecting a baby girl.
“It’s been wild! Yes, it’s been crazy. Me and Christian got married last year, first of all, that was before COVID happened,” Robertson said in an interview about being pregnant amid the pandemic. “So COVID happened, which changed the whole world. We were in Auburn while Christian was finishing school and then we moved because school got canceled. Moved back to Louisiana and then a few months later found out we were pregnant, so it’s been a whirlwind. But we are so excited.”
While the countdown is on for the soon-to-be-parents, they have yet to reveal a name for their daughter.
“We actually do have a baby name, but we are keeping it a secret,” she said in December. “Christian and I, really before we even knew it was a girl or a boy, we decided on a girl and a boy name, and so as soon as we found out it was a girl, we knew her name. It’s been really sweet to get to call her by name and just know that. But we’re going to save that for the rest of the world for a little while.”