Duck Dynasty Lands In Fairhope

Duck Dynasty Lands In Fairhope

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FAIRHOPE, Alabama -

Several stars from Duck Dynasty touched down in Fairhope Friday afternoon at Oak Hollow Farm.

"At my house ill be in my pajamas until I want to put on makeup, but if I get in that car and drive out this old lady is going to have her hair semi-fixed make-up on," said Kay Robertson.

Si, Korie, Kay and Phil spoke at the event about their reality show.

"We hope to teach that lesson like stick close to your family, stick close to your faith and don't forget to stay close to what's important. I think as long as we keep teaching that we'll keep doing it," said Korie.

Despite the rain hundreds of people stood in line for hours just to see the Robertson Family.

"They're just good people you know. They're honest, they talk about their faith and we think that's great. We love watching them," said a fan.

On stage the family talked about their relationships with God, their show and what's important to them in life.

"We're ourselves. When you see faith, family and ducks that's really what we're all about. God is number 1, family is number 2 and then we're duck hunters," said Si.

The show's first episode aired last year on March 21, 2012. The Robertson's never imagined the series would take off like it has.

"Somebody called Willie and said hey we want to do a pilot television show with you and when they came down we all said it won't work. They were taking dunk hunters and saying we're not going to have any kind of duck hunting in this thing right. We all said that won't work but let's go for it," said Korie.

One of Duck Dynasty's biggest fans is Skye. She's 13-years-old and has osteosarcoma. She went straight to the stage to see the family in person.

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