By MomZette Staff | June 11, 2019
Sadie Robertson, a former star of “Duck Dynasty,” is engaged to her boyfriend Christian Huff.
Huff proposed to her on Sunday, as Fox News and other outlets also noted.
Unlike many other brides-to-be, however, the 21-year-old member of the Robertson clan is thanking God most of all for her happiness and good fortune.
“I screamed YES. So many words and so many more pictures to come, but for now just know my friends I’m the happiest human in the world on June 9th, 2019, today and for the rest of my life,” she wrote on Instagram.
“I GET TO MARRY THIS MAN. God is faithful and so so good,” she also said.
Robertson — an alumna of “Dancing with the Stars” — shared a video of her once-in-a-lifetime moment with her 3.2 million followers.
And see these tweets about the good news:
— E! News (@enews) June 10, 2019
It's not your position that matters.
It's your heart posture.
— Sadie Robertson (@sadierob) June 11, 2019
Duck Dynasty's Sadie Robertson and Christian Huff Are Engaged! See Their Sweetest Moments https://t.co/xDDcqR9yX8
— People (@people) June 10, 2019
Robertson’s mother, Korie — who is married to Willie Robertson, one of the sons of family patriarch Phil Robertson — also shared the happy news with her online followers.
“Sadie’s getting married!!!!! To the most amazing man, and we are beaming!!!” her mother wrote.
“Today was an absolute dream. I love every second of being @legitsadierob mom and can’t wait for @christian_huff to join the fam!” she added.
“Duck Dynasty” was one of the most popular reality shows on cable television. It led to many other projects and products, including bestselling books and merchandise.
Phil Robertson is a father of four, grandfather of 21, and great-grandfather of six and lives in West Monroe, Louisiana, with his wife, Kay.
And check out the video below.
This piece originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.
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