Savannah Chrisley reveals she’s in a new relationship as she takes care of her siblings while her parents are in prison

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With Todd Chrisley And Julie Chrisley currently serving 19 years in prison, their daughter, Savannah Chrisley, is doing her best to get on with her life — which means dating again. “I’m dating someone,” Savannah, 25, said Kaitlyn Bristowe on the March 14 episode of his podcast, Off the Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe. Savannah said she’s keeping the relationship private and in “a safe place” until she finds out “what’s to come,” especially as she’s tasked with caring for her brother, Grayson16 and 10 year old niece, Chloe.

Savannah also noted that people are just hateful. They will always compare themselves to the last person you were with. And I’m just like, ‘You know what? I may not be quite ready to tell you about it. Savannah was previously engaged to an NHL player Nic Kerdiles. They called off their two-year engagement in 2020.

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THE Unlocked with Savannah Chrisley star also weighed in on how dating has been a ‘single mother’ with her brother and niece while Todd, 53, and Julie, 50, are serving twelve and seven years in prison respectively for tax evasion ‘I’ I had depression [thinking]”I do not know how [Julie] been doing all these years. Like, he’s an angel. She is one of a kind,” she said. “In no way, shape or form, will I ever be their mother. I am still their sister.

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“Now I see single moms, like, ‘How do you do that?'” she said. “And for them, it’s just a package. “Do you want to go to dinner? These two come with it. That’s what you’re getting yourself into. Guess what? There are two children, my parents are not in the best place in the world at the moment. You know everything, 110% transparency. If you’re in, you’re in. If you’re out, you’re out.

Savannah also opened up about being called “irresponsible” for taking a trip to New York for “literally 48 hours” while leaving Grayson and Chloe at home. “They’re taken care of,” she said on the podcast. “I make sure someone is with them at all times, and I’m sorry that for the first time in 40 days, have I done anything for myself?”

Also on the podcast, Savannah revealed how she still remembers the image of her parents’ faces when they were found guilty. “They were just in tears,” she said, “because we weren’t expecting this. We were like, ‘There’s no way.’

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