Sadie Robertson is sending constructive vibes out to girls who’ve struggled with “physique picture” points in society.
“I do know physique picture is a real battle and consuming issues are a really actual factor that may really make you’re feeling like freedom is rarely going to be your story…” the previous “Duck Dynasty” star captioned an Instagram publish of herself sitting on a curb donning a black denim jacket and blue denims on Wednesday.
The social media influencer pointed followers to her newest dialog with gospel artist Natalie Grant the place the pair talk about the trending subject.
“Reminding EVERY GIRL to go take heed to my newest podcast up with [Grant],” Robertson, 23, wrote, including, “we’re two individuals who have been by way of it saying IT CAN BE. Jesus can redeem allll issues.”
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Robertson — who introduced in October that she was pregnant along with her first baby along with her husband Christian Huff — went on to jot down that she hopes any girl who wants a “sister and a buddy from afar” can be impacted by the podcast.
In February, Robertson shared maternity footage as she rounded the bases into the third trimester of her being pregnant.
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“third trimester right here we goooooo!!!,” Robertson wrote within the Instagram publish together with a coronary heart emoji. “EXCITED FOR THIS ONE.”
Within the chain of pictures, a smiling Robertson seems alongside Huff, who can be grinning ear-to-ear. Huff is seen lovingly caressing his spouse and her child bump within the footage.
Robertson spoke to Fox Information in August and revealed how the coronavirus pandemic and quarantine affected her relationship along with her husband — noting that it “actually deepened our relationship” and that “I’ve simply fallen extra in love with Christian.”
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The couple tied the knot in November 2019 and moved again to Louisiana in March.