Korie Robertson Posts Adorable Photo of Grandkids in Star Wars Costumes

by Joe Rutland

Korie Robertson of the “Duck Dynasty” clan wanted to dress up her grandchildren in “Star Wars” costumes and the result is just too cute.

They appear ready to take roles in whatever is the next film version of the series.

It’s simply a beautiful thing to see grandchildren so loved by their grandmother, dressing them up for fun times. Grandchildren grow up too fast, grandparents say.

You have to take advantage of the times when they are small and enjoy each and every moment.

Obviously, Korie Robertson is doing just that by sharing these precious photos on Instagram.

No word is imminent on whether or not these grandkids are going to be called by central casting for “Star Wars” roles. We’ll keep you posted or, well, more like Korie Robertson will keep us posted if it happens.

Anyway, what are you going to do but smile at such cute grandchildren dressed up like this? They are also part of the “Duck Dynasty” clan by simply being grandchildren to Korie Robertson.

What the future holds for them remains to be seen. Yet it would not be a surprise to see more grandchildren photos shared in the not-so-distant future.

It might even be from a galaxy far, far away.

Korie Robertson Expresses Happiness Over Son’s New Role

Korie Robertson also took to Instagram earlier in February with some great news about her son John Luke and his new coffee shop in Ruston, La. 

Railway Coffee is located in downtown Ruston, she said, and encourages anyone in the area to stop by for some good coffee.

Robertson also said that John Luke remains executive director of Camp Ch-Yo-Ca.

Yet it his “dreamer” mentality, as Korie Robertson puts it, that remains so impressive to John Luke’s mother.

She writes that “so many great things are happening there, but coffee has been a passion of his for a while now, and when this opportunity came, he was all in!”

Korie Robertson has 2 million followers on Instagram. It’s her hope that some of them will check out her son’s coffee shop and wish him well.