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The ‘Duck Dynasty’ stars: Where is the Robertson Family now?

The Robertson Family of ‘Duck Dynasty’: Where Are They Now?

The Roberston family of ‘Duck Dynasty’ had been a popular fixture on American reality TV from 2012 until 2017. The show that ran for 11 seasons and 130 episodes on A&E followed the lives of the Robertson family, who became successful thanks to their family business known as the Duck Commander, a manufacturer and seller of duck hunting products. 

But even though the hit original series concluded, its popularity sparked spin-offs focusing on particular family members like ‘Jep & Jessica: Growing the Dynasty’ and ‘Going Si-Ral.’ Now, let’s meet the rest of the family and see what they are actually up to these days. 

Phil and Kay Robertson

The patriarch and matriarch of the Robertson family, Phil and his wife Kay, are now living a much more quiet lifestyle. Phil loves to spend most of his days in the woods or interact with fans through his podcast titled ‘Unashamed With Phil Robertson.’ On the other hand, Kay loves to cook for the whole family. She even has her own cookbook Miss Kay’s Duck Commander Kitchen: Faith, Family, and Food–Bringing Our Home to Your Table, and runs a restaurant in West Monroe. 

Together, the two travel occasionally and speak at churches as well as religious conferences. 

Alan and Lisa Robertson

Alan is the eldest son of Phil and Kay, and unlike the rest of his family, he pursued a different path which was preaching. But he did come back and rejoined the family doing public relations at Duck Commander. He is married to Lisa Robertson, with whom he wrote the book A New Season: A Robertson Family Love Story of Brokenness and Redemption, where they shared their life before. 

The couple has two daughters – Elizabeth Anna and Katie Alexis. 

Jase and Missy Robertson

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Jason Silas Robertson or simply known as Jase, is the second son and the COO of Duck Commander. He and his family now live in West Monroe, Louisiana, near the family business. In 2017, Jase and his wife started a foundation called Mia Moo to raise awareness and funds for children with cleft lip and palate like their daughter Mia. Jase also decided to shave off his signature long, unruly beard as support for the cause. 

Aside from their foundation, the couple also started CamoFlix, which is basically YouTube for fishers and hunters. They also operate a bed and breakfast event venue known as Logtown Plantation. Missy also has other entrepreneurial businesses like her jewelry line Laminin and the Laminin House, which help women (sex-trafficked, homeless, single mothers) get back into the workforce. 

The couple also shares two sons, Reed (a Nashville-based country artist) and Cole. 

Willie and Korie Robertson

The third son and CEO of Duck Commander, Willie, was the one who turned their small family business into a multi-million dollar empire. A businessman and author, he co-wrote a book called American Entrepreneur in 2018. 

As of now, the couple is busy with their family restaurant known as the Duck’s Diner. Willie, in particular, has been somehow involved in politics, voicing out his support for the Republicans. Aside from that, he also starred on his own show Buck Commander aired on the Outdoor Channel and featured in his Uncle Si’s spinoff series. As for his wife Korie, she released her book titled Strong and Kind: Raising Kids of Character and also partnered with Glory Haus for a houseware, jewelry, and accessories collection. 

Willie and Korie have six children – John Luke, Sadie, Will, Rowdy, Bella, and Rebecca. 

John Luke is an author who has written numerous books, including a series of children’s books titled Be Your Own Duck Commander. He and his wife Mary Kate recently just welcomed baby number two and are now living as a happy family of four. His sister Sadie has also built a well-accomplished life as an author, podcast host, entrepreneur, and mom. Sadie recently married her husband, Christian Huff, and the two have a child together. 

Jep and Jessica Robertson

The fourth child and at the helm of the filming and production of the family’s duck hunts, Jep got his own spin-off show with his wife Jessica called Jep & Jessica: Growing the Dynasty which aired for two seasons. Aside from that, they also started The Jep & Jess Show podcast and recently opened a YouTube channel where they keep their fans updated with what’s new in their lives. Jessica also owns a jewelry line called Cavalry. 

Unlike the rest of the Robertson family, Jep and Jessica along with their five children – Lily, Merrit, Priscilla, River, and adopted son Jules – currently live in Austin, Texas, where they have a food truck parked at the Dripping Springs distillery, a beer company run by Supernatural star Jensen Ackles. 

Uncle Si Robertson

The brother of Phil Robertson, Silas Robertson or better known as Uncle Si, was one of the most loved on Duck Dynasty. Because of that, he got his own spin-off series called Going Si-ral, though it was short-lived and ended before Duck Dynasty did. After the show, Uncle Si turned to writing, publishing his book Si-renity: How I Stay Calm and Keep the Faith which was both a memoir and behind-the-scenes of Duck Dynasty. He also decided to enter the music industry and formed his own country music group known as Uncle Si and the Sicotics with daughter-in-law Marsha Robertson and singer-songwriter Bridgette Tatum. He also acted in a few small screen shows. 

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