Sadie Robertson is only five weeks away from giving birth! When ET recently spoke to the 23-year-old Duck dynasty star and her parents, Korie and Willie Robertson, on their new Facebook Watch series, At home with the Robertsons, talked about the possibility of letting the cameras film her while she gives birth.
Sadie is pregnant with her first child, a girl, with her husband Christian Huff. The Dancing with the stars The student said that while they have not discussed whether any filming will take place while she gives birth, she is not 100 percent opposed.
“If I had cameras, maybe that would help me do better,” Sadie told ET’s Cassie DiLaura. “I would feel the pressure and look a little more decent.”
Still, Sadie noted that this is probably not an option given the COVID-19 protocols. However, she is very excited to meet her baby.
“I’m so ready,” she gushed. “I know I currently have a little loot in my rib cage so I’m ready for her to be [out] In the real world. I can not wait “.
Meanwhile, Korie and Willie love being grandparents and are eager to welcome two more granddaughters. The couple is already the grandmother of two children and, in addition to Sadie, has another granddaughter on the way.
“Well, we’re getting better at that,” Willie admitted. “We’re all a little close. We hang out together, and it’s been a lot of fun, just going through the whole process and running around with the grandkids, and he’s getting ready to duplicate.”
Korie added: “There is a lot going on, but we love being grandparents. It’s a lot of fun and everyone lives close to us. So we can spend a lot of time [together]. They can spend the night at our house … and it’s a lot of fun. “
The family also spoke to ET about filming again with At home with the Robertsons, marking his first interview about the new series. The all-new show features the Robertsons inviting celebrity guests to their Louisiana home for open discussions on a variety of topics.
“We’ve had a bit of free time since Duck dynasty, that has been nice. We’re hoping for something we wanted to do, but more with a purpose, “shared Willie.” So when this idea came up, we thought, man, this would be great, because we feel that what our country needs now more than ever is to just sit back and talk. And we thought, ‘Let’s invite people to our houses and let’s sit down and talk.’ There are many major problems and it seems that there are many disagreements, arguments and fights. So we want to try and see if we can change that a bit. “
Korie said the family is not afraid to delve into sensitive topics.
“We have involved our entire family and we have talked about issues that are very personal to our family,” he explained. “I don’t think we even knew we were going to get that far. And then you get into this conversation and, yeah, there’s something really special about sitting across the table from someone and learning and listening and being open.”
“But one thing that I think has been really fun and special is the friendships that we made through this. We’ve done it as a show and these celebrity guests have come in and you’re like, ‘Oh, let’s spend a day with them.’ then we ended up staying there after we finished filming, hanging out and having dinner, “he continued. “Everyone stayed for dinner afterwards … We love having friends who may think a little differently from us because I think it’s like opening your mind to other people and what they are going through in life.”
As for Willie, he spoke of always having an open mind to different backgrounds and lifestyles, including inviting a vegan chef to his home.
“I mean, our family is like a melting pot,” he said. “I mean, if you look at our Christmas card, it’s like a UN meeting. Our son is black and we have a daughter from Asia, so, yeah. We’ve had to talk about issues and bring different cultures … and I think what has been eye-opening for me is hearing people’s stories and where that came from. We had a vegan chef and I don’t stick with a lot of vegans here in Westborough, Louisiana. Believe it or not. But hearing his story and what his thoughts and passions were and where they came from was really eye-opening to me. “
“It’s good to hear that because I think that many of us … are going to be with people who agree with what we agree or act in the same way,” he added. “And for us, it was really just opening up and saying, ‘Hey, tell me what is that.’ Because someone may have a preconceived conception of me due to my origin. So I think that has revealed my eyes. “
At home with the Robertsons premieres Monday, April 5 at 9 am PT / on Facebook Watch, with new episodes coming out weekly, every Monday and Thursday at 9 am PT.