‘Duck Dynasty’ star greets camo couple in W. Pa.

MARS, Pa. (AP) — A camouflage-clad bride and groom from western Pennsylvania drew the attention of “Duck Dynasty” star Willie Robertson.

Mehgan Cook and Charlie Miller tied the knot Saturday morning at a Field & Stream store outside Pittsburgh on Saturday. The bride sported a camouflage sash on her dress and the groom was completely clad in camo.

The couple hadn’t planned on marrying at the Cranberry Township store, but Cook said they were eager to meet Robertson so her mother came up with the idea.

Robertson appeared during the ceremony and said after he was happy to be part of the couple’s big day, saying “they look like my kind of folks.”

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