You may have seen her at Duck Dynasty or made a motivational speech somewhere but still, the teenager goes through normal things that people their age go through. So for those of you who don’t believe it here’s how we’re going to get to the bottom of this. Let’s start by checking out Sadie Robertson’s boyfriend.
Sadie Robertson’s Boyfriend
We all agree that unlike most teenagers out there Sadie has to live not only with her relationships under the supervision of God and her parents but also with the public at large. So like everyone else out there their fans and haters alike let’s check out Sadie Robertson’s friend(s).
Sadie Robertson’s Boyfriend: Blake Coward
That’s friend number one they’ve been together for a while and it was a shock to everyone when they split up but before we jump to the end of their story let’s take a look at the beginning. Sadie met Blake at a softball game at her cousin’s school Madison Academy.
He later asked her out for a date and they really understood each other which led him to visit her in Louisiana a month later then the rest was history. The two were so good together for many different reasons but one important thing was that they shared the same beliefs and values.
Here’s what she Inside Edition said ‘My friend is very supportive of me when I publicly present my decision to stay pure until marriage. I think it’s also important because as teenagers we always get “the talk” from adults… It’s another thing to hear about it from someone who’s going through it with you.
The couple supported each other in their separate efforts but sometime in 2016 after two years together, Sadie brought some sad news to the world. The couple had split up but they claimed it was the best. Here’s how the star finished the video in which she informed her fans about the whole subject.
‘Blake and I had a good relationship. He’s a good guy and whoever ends up with him is a happy girl. Separations are only a part of life. They just are. It’s sad it really is but God has someone good for you don’t forget that.’
Sadie Robertson’s Boyfriend; Trevor Knight
In July 2016, a teenage couple embarked on an unexpected journey that ultimately led to their marriage. Although it was only two months long, the relationship between Trevor Knight – quarterback for the Texas A&M Aggies – and his partner will be remembered fondly by both parties.
He had asked her to accompany him on his annual mission trip to Haiti as they both shared a mutual passion for the country. Through this connection, their friendship grew and she eventually mustered up the courage to invite him along with her for a Justin Bieber concert – taking that first step in deepening their relationship.
Months later they were off and a few months later they called it off. Sadie told us weekly” Trevor is a great guy but our schedule is just so busy he’s in the middle of the football season and I’m about to start my tour so the timing just didn’t work out.
Sadie has two sisters and three brothers. But they are not just biological siblings the family has opened their doors and hearts not only once but three times for children. Rebecca (28) was an exchange student promoted by the Robertsons and later adopted Willie also known as Lil Will (16) was adopted by the family when he was five weeks old.
Korie her mother had always been a strong supporter of adoption and that was what she had to say about the moment she adopted her little boy at the Angels in Adoption Gala: “From the moment we learned of [Lil Will] he belonged to us I swear I had contractions the night before my departure and took him to the nursing home where he lived. He is our child just like our biological children.
Only last year there was a new addition to the family the family adopted a 13-year-old boy named Rowdy. In January the family announced that they were about to adopt a new child in September all details were cleared and he officially became a member of the Duck Clan. Here are the names of the other children.
The other Robertson brothers and sisters are Bella (14) and Luke (21). Here is what Korie had to say about the whole thing: “Children are never easy but they are always worth it.