Sadie Robertson Turns 25 in Paradise: ‘God, You’re Good’ [Pictures]
The darling girl America fell in love with on A&E's show Duck Dynasty just turned 25. Sadie Robertson Huff marked the quarter-of-a-century milestone with a family beach trip to paradise.
"25!!! 1/4 of a century!!! dang! God, you’re good," she shares on Instagram alongside a photo with her husband, Christian, and their daughter, Honey.
Robertson Huff's post has received a lot of love from fans across the globe, with hundreds of thousands of people liking her photo and wishing her well. However, no message was sweeter than the one that came from her husband of nearly three years.
"Sadie rob you’re the best wife, mom, leader, and friend I’ve ever known," Huff writes in his own tribute to his bride. "You celebrate your family so well and your loyalty to those around you is unmatched! You make me a better man and I’m grateful to be alongside ya! I love everything about who you are and can’t wait to keep doing life with you."
The Huffs tied the knot Nov. 25, 2019 and welcomed their first child, Honey, in May 2021, which has certainly kept them on their toes. Robertson Huff also notes that the past year has been one of the hardest for her on a personal level.
"Y’all saw my highlight real for 24 on here, but let me tell you it was one of the hardest personally," she confesses. "The best in many ways and the hardest in several others. I walked through some tough things and some heart ache and was humbled in a thousand ways."
"I woke up this morning for a beautiful sunrise with my brand new journal and I started a new chapter," she adds. "A stronger one. One refined by some fire. And one serving the same faithful God who made the sun rise up for new mercies each morning. I’m praising God and embracing life! The good and bad!"
That new chapter looks to be off to a great start.
Robertson Huff didn't forget to post some photos on her daughter's Instagram, either. Although she didn't reference her birthday in the post, the Whoa That's Good podcast host did declare Honey as an "island baby."