AceShowbiz - Reed Robertson and Brighton Robertson are expecting their first child. When making public the pregnancy along with the baby's gender and due date, the wife of the "Duck Dynasty" alum admitted that they "can't wait to meet" their baby.
On Monday, May 31, the soon-to-be mom announced the happy news on her Instagram. Along with a series of photos of her cradling her growing pregnant belly as her husband held up their unborn's ultrasound images, she wrote, "Baby girl Robertson coming in November!" She went on to add, "The pups can't believe they're getting a sister and we can't wait to meet our little girl!"
The post has since been flooded with warm messages from their family and "Duck Dynasty" stars. In the comment section, Reed's mom Missy Robertson, who could not hide her joy, wrote, "I've been about to burst with this news! Yayayayayay!!! Y'all are going to be awesome parents to my grandbaby!! We love y'all so much!"
In the meantime, Mary Kate Robertson, Jessica Robertson and new mom Sadie Robertson exclaimed that they are "so excited." Similar sentiment was shared by Korie Robertson, who wrote, "Sooo excited!! We need another girl around here." Rebecca Robertson chimed in, "Yay yay yay!! So happy for y'all! Can't wait to meet her [love]."
Reed and Brighton tied the knot back in October 2016 after getting engaged in 2015 during a family trip to New York. The happy couple's pregnancy announcement came three weeks after his cousin Sadie and her husband Christian Huff welcomed their first baby Honey James on May 11.
Nearly two weeks after Sadie gave birth to her baby daughter, she shared an update on her experience as a first-time mom. On May 21, she wrote via Instagram Story, "I will say postpartum has been so special in a million ways (truly), but the pain is real and can't just be ignored."
"Life update bc Instagram can be misleading at times: I am definitely still in the healing process," the "I'm Not Ashamed" actress added further. "Haven't really moved in the past 2+ days, and [have] been receiving lots of help from my amazing husband and the grandmas."
Though she found it difficult to deal with postpartum after the arrival of her first child, Sadie admitted she has "the best cuddles ever" from her little one whom she dubbed "the snuggle bug." Near the end of her "life update" note, she wrote, "Learning to be still and accept help so that I can be the best mom I can to my baby girl."