In conventional droop control, accurate proportional load sharing could not be achieved among parallel operated inverters due to the mismatch of output impedance and system disturbances. In this paper, an uncertainty and disturbance estimator (UDE)-based robust droop control strategy is proposed for accurate proportional load sharing, particularly reactive power sharing, among parallel operated L-inverters. The reactive power dynamics is derived from power delivery equation passed by a low-pass filter, while the reactive power reference is designed with the feedback of load voltage. The reactive power control is developed based on UDE-based method. The model nonlinearity and uncertainty (e.g., power angle), and system operation disturbances (e.g., change of output impedance, and load change), can be estimated and compensated by this UDE-based robust droop control. Experimental validation is provided to show the effectiveness of the proposed method.