Duck Dynasty’s Uncle Si Robertson will start the 4th of July celebration early this year with a Rock Springs Church charity picnic on Sunday, June 29, in Milner, Georgia.
Si Robertson will start the 4th of July celebration early this year with a Rock Springs Church charity picnic in Milner (photo Facebook)
America’s favorite uncle wil be joined by his son, Scott Robertson, his daughter-in law, Marsha Markert Robertson, and two friends.
Si Robertson wrote on his Facebook page: “Hey JACK! I’m gonna start the celebration early this year because I love this country so much! Come celebrate with me, my son and daughter in law and my friends Diamond Rio and Mac Powell and help us raise some money for a good cause at Rock Springs Church in Milner, GA this Sunday! The party starts at 5:00pm, don’t be late, OK?! #RSPicnic.“
Duck Dynasty’s Uncle Si Robertson and his wife Christine celebrated their very first wedding ceremony after 43 years of marriage, on Saturday, May 3, Us Weekly reported.
Si and Christine Robertson tied the knot in 1971, but never had a proper wedding after their justice-of-the-peace nuptials.
Si Robertson and his wife Christine celebrated their very first wedding ceremony after 43 years of marriage
According to Us Weekly, Si and Christine Robertson celebrated their special day under a white tent at their son and daughter-in-law, Scott and Marsha Robertson.
Christine was escorted by her 2-year-old grandsons, Connorand Logan Robertson, as she made her way down the aisle to Si, who dressed in a camouflage tuxedo jacket. The bride and groom were feted by their Duck Dynasty family, and even got a special video message from actor Kirk Cameron.
For the first time ever, Si Robertson, 66, gifted Christine with a diamond wedding ring at the altar.
Si and Christine Robertson partied afterward at a green and purple themed reception. The crowd was entertained by the Nashville band The Mauldin Brothers and feasted on barbecue food, cooked up by local restaurant Podnuh’s. The Sweet Shop of Blue Ridge provided dozens of cupcakes, and kids had their very own dessert table that included push-up pops.