09:42 PM EDT 10/14/2015
Duck Dynasty Stars Jase and Missy Robertson's Advice for Jill and Jess Duggar: 'Who Cares What Anybody Else Says?'
Originally posted 10/09/2015 02:20PM
In an interview with PEOPLE Now, Duck Dynasty stars Missy and Jase Robertson – who faced negative publicity and the suspension of their show when Jase's father Phil made controversial comments about race and homosexuality in a 2013 interview – offer their advice to the 19 Kids and Counting stars.
"We've never met them before," Missy says, "but my advice to anybody would be, you know, you've got to look within yourself. Forget the cameras, forget the media, who cares what anybody else says – this is your life."
She continues, "You've got to make decisions for yourself and forget everyone else."
Duck Dynasty's Jase Robertson Address Gun Control Debate After Oregon Shooting: 'It's Excruciating to Watch'
Originally posted 10/08/2015 01:10PM
The Duck Dynasty star still supports the Second Amendment; however, he does understand and feel for those in favor of more gun control.
"My first reaction is, I'm real compassionate, even with people that have different views than I have," Robertson told PEOPLE Now. "When you see something like this, you realize, 'Okay, everyone is upset. No one wants this to happen.' We want this to stop. It's terrible. It's excruciating to watch."
How Getting Kicked Out of a Hotel Helped Duck Dynasty's Jase Robertson Form a Friendship with the Trumps
Originally posted 10/07/2015 03:10PM
"I was here in New York a couple of years ago, and I get escorted out of of the Trump hotel that I was staying in," the Duck Dynasty star tells PEOPLE Now. "But a guy, when I asked him where the bathroom is, he looked at me, and thought, 'Right this way,' and he grabbed my arm, took me outside and pointed at Central Park and said, 'Have a nice day.' "
When word of the incident got back to the Trumps, they immediately called Robertson to apologize and told him to contact them the next time the family was in town. Well, naturally, Robertson took them up on that offer.
Originally posted 08/25/2015 12:40PM
"It honestly makes me really sad that they're having to go through this, because it's one thing to go through it as a family, and it would be just as hard for them if they weren't in the limelight, but ... everybody's talking about it, and that just adds that many more comments, that many more opinions," Robertson tells PEOPLE Now while promoting her new book Live Original. "We've been there, it's hard."
TLC had already canceled 19 Kids and Counting after Josh admitted to molesting five underage girls (including his sisters) as a teen, but the former conservative lobbyist fell from grace again after confessing to cheating on his wife Anna using the website Ashley Madison last week.
Originally posted 07/13/2015 08:15AM
Duck Dynasty's young newlyweds have gone Down Under.
John Luke Robertson and his wife Mary Kate headed to Australia for their honeymoon, taking fans inside their trip on Instagram.
"These past two weeks were an absolute dream! but happy to be heading back to louisiana," Mary Kate captioned a selfie of her kissing her husband's cheek above crystal-clear waters Monday.
Originally posted 06/29/2015 07:55PM
He's one lucky duck.
Duck Dynasty star John Luke Robertson married wife Mary Kate on Saturday, and their first photo as a married couple shows the bride looking beautiful on her big day.
Mary Kate wore a fairly traditional white gown with a lace top but eschewed a veil for a crown of pink, orange and yellow flowers on her hair.
Originally posted 06/28/2015 01:05PM
The Robertsons have one more duck in their pond!
Duck Dynasty's John Luke Robertson tied the knot with Mary Kate McEacharn Saturday night in front of a large crowd of family and friends, his rep confirms to PEOPLE.
Originally posted 06/09/2015 03:40PM
After years of keeping his abuser's secret, the youngest of Duck Dynasty's Robertson clan is opening up about the sexual molestation he suffered as a child.
"I was 6, and it was on a school bus, and it was an older girl," Jep Robertson told Entertainment Tonight. "Back then the high school students would ride on the same bus as the grade school. There was an older girl that was just real mean. I think … that she was just terribly abused herself. But yeah, it was a lot of things that took place – scary stuff. It was tough."
Robertson opens up further about the abuse in his new book co-written with his wife, Jessica, called The Good, the Bad, and the Grace of God: What Honesty and Pain Taught Us About Faith, Family, and Forgiveness.
Originally posted 11/27/2014 12:30PM
Thanksgiving is here again, and you know what that means – time to eat!
Originally posted 11/13/2014 08:20PM
Here's something to quack up about: Duck Dynasty could become a big Las Vegas show.
The Robertson Family, the stars of A&E's hit series Duck Dynasty, are in talks to create a musical for the Rio Hotel and Casino, PEOPLE confirms.
The plan is to stage a 90-minute show called The Duck Commander Family Musical, which would be based on the book, The Duck Commander Family: How Faith, Family and Ducks Built a Dynasty, by Willie and Korie Robertson.
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