Take a peek inside this newly married couple’s humble abode Instagram/@MissyDuckWife

Fans of the popular show “Duck Dynasty” may recall that reality star Reed Robertson tied the knot earlier this year. He married his high school sweetheart, Brighton Thompson, on Oct. 29.

Now, the romantic lovebirds have moved into a nest that will surely help build their lives together. And, it’s so cute!

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On Nov. 17, Brighton took to Instagram to share a first look inside the married couple’s new humble abode. Along with a photo she captioned, “It’s been such a crazy week moving 7 1/2 hours from home and unpacking everything we own. We’ve been so blessed to receive so many starter items for our home from friends and family to make our home feel so cozy. Reed and I are so excited to be starting this new chapter in our lives in our new home as husband and wife!”

The photo above features one room that the happy pair is so proud of. You’ll notice that an American flag hangs right above a grand piano, and an area rug ads rustic flavor to the comfy living space.

Reed, who is actually in the picture playing on the keys, says “this is by far my favorite room.”

The twosome started looking at houses weeks before walking down the aisle, according to Reed’s bride’s social pages. Instead of living close to their relatives in their hometown of West Monroe, Louisiana, Reed and Brighton chose to settle in Nashville, Tennessee — at least for a little while. The move has left Reed’s mother Missy with mixed emotions.

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Heck, we’re pretty sure any loving mother would be filled with so many emotions having to let go of their son. Of course, it’s all for the best. After all, these two darlings are a perfect match!

Congratulations, Reed and Brighton!

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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