Sadie Robertson is living the newlywed life after marrying her husband, Christian Huff, on November 25. The two appear to be living it up on a beach somewhere in her latest Instagram post, in which she shared some perspective on her own insecurities.
“’Whoa babe your stretch marks are so cool’ – things husbands say,” she began her caption that was paired with two photos of her lounging in a beach chair.
“I’m finding it’s pretty cool that the things I was insecure about my husband thinks are the best,” she continued. “But when I really start to think about it, i think that the things most people are insecure about are the things we think are the best on the ones we love.”
She continued: “Smile lines, face wrinkles, stretch marks, scars that say we made it through something hard, and all the other things we notice in the mirror that bother us, our friends and family notice and love and are proud of the people we have become. Just think about it… if we love it for other people let’s just start loving it for ourselves too – it would make life a lot more fun.”
Fans appreciated the perspective. “I LOVE this. Such a good perspective that love is so much bigger than perfect looks,” one wrote.
“This is a relaization I had as well and we made a whole YouTube video about it because it’s just so amazing!! Thankful my husband doesn’t see things the way I once did about myself. Love this!” another wrote.
“The things I hate the most are what my husband loves. That is 100% true!” a third commented.
Her last post was from the first look at their wedding. “He was turned around with his eyes closed and I walked up to him and put my arms around him,” she wrote. “He could feel my heart pounding with my chest up to his back and I could feel his heart pounding with my hands on his chest. we stood there for about a minute and a half before he turned around to see me and as we stood there, both of our hearts slowed down. Peace. We were both brought to peace when we came together. It was such a powerful moment that we will hold on to forever.”