‘Duck Dynasty’ star Korie Robertson takes to social media to celebrate her son, John Luke’s new achievement.
John Luke is both the oldest boy and biological son of Korie and Willie Robertson at 24-years-old.
As one of John Luke’s greatest achievements, he and his wife, Mary Kate, welcomed their first child John Shepard in October of 2019. In November, the family announced they would be expecting another Robertson baby.
The Robertson family recently celebrated a new milestone for John Luke. However, it involves his career achievements.
Korie Robertson Gushes Over Son
Korie took to Instagram to share a heartwarming post about how proud she is of her son, along with five photos of John Luke and his new coffee shop.
The mother of six shared more of John Luke’s occupations, including being the executive director of Camp Ch-Yo-Ca.
“Yes, John Luke is still the executive director of @campchyoca, and 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 gushed over her son, saying his best quality is his “dreamer” mentality.
“One of my favorite things about him is he’s a dreamer and a doer!!! I love it! #proudmom. John Luke and @marykaterob, we couldn’t be more excited for you and this next adventure! Shep’s going to be the cutest little barista in town!”
Finally, Koire Robertson gives the Railway coffee shop a shout out to her two million followers.
“@railwaycoffee is in downtown Ruston. If you are in the area or driving through, stop in for delicious coffee and an açaí bowl. You’ll be so glad you did!”
Sadie also posted about the shop on her Instagram story. She has four million followers.
“My brother owns a coffee shop! So proud of him! If you’re in the Ruston, La area, go check it out.”
John Luke, who has close to a million followers, posted about Railway as well. Needless to say, the coffee shop is most likely going to be packed with fans and coffee lovers alike.
The young entrepreneur shared his personal experience in the coffee shop and how it became much more than just a restaurant to him.
A year ago, John Luke started coming to the shop to contemplate “ideas that helped my family, friends, employees, and camp get through this crazy year.” Fast forward and now he owns the place!
I don’t know about you guys, but we here at Outsider are fueled by coffee (during the day, beer is to follow) and wish the shop was just a touch closer to us.