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The Robertson clan may be expanding sooner rather than later!

Korie Robertson took to Instagram Sunday afternoon where she shared a big announcement about her famous family. As it turns out, the Duck Dynasty stars have been planning to adopt a young boy the past several months. 

"We've had lots of questions about the cute kid popping up in our photos lately. We are excited to be in the process of adopting a new son!" the family matriarch shared with fans. "He's been with us since May, but we wanted some privacy and time for him and our family to bond before telling the world (It's a bit of an adjustment coming into this big, crazy family, ha)."

Willie Robertson's wife continued, "He's amazing, and we are all so thrilled to have another kid around the house. Couldn't keep the good news to ourselves any longer! We appreciate your prayers and support for our family!"

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For those who may not be loyal watchers of the famous family, the couple adopted 13-year-old Willie Jr. Robertson when he was a baby. Their oldest child, Rebecca Lo Robertson, was an exchange student who became their foster child all the way back in 2004.

While the upcoming adoption is more than exciting, fans received more good news this weekend when they learned Rebecca got engaged to John Reed Loflin over the New Year's holiday.

"MY SISTER IS GETTING MARRIED TO HER BEST FRIEND!!!! I'm so happy for you Rebecca," Sadie Robertson wrote on Instagram after hearing the news. "John Reed... good luck joining our crazy family. So excited for y'all to begin y'alls journey of life together."

Watch all of the family dynamics when Duck Dynasty returns with new episodes Jan. 13 only on A&E.

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