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Savannah Chrisley is opening up since her parents headed to prison on January 17th. The Unlocked podcast host was very transparent with her listeners as to what was going on inside her head and heart. This undoubtedly was not going to be easy for the daughter of Julie and Todd Chrisley. So how has she been faring in the week since they left? Read on for more details.
Savannah Chrisley Gives Heartbreaking Update Since Parents Left
It has been a little over a week since Savannah Chrisley’s parents were sent to their respective prisons. Prior to their leaving, Savannah knew it would be hard on her. In fact, she said she was preparing herself to be celibate for the time they were away. Plus, she said she would not get married until her parents were released. She also did not think a family was in the cards for her without Julie and Todd there to experience all of those moments.
Now, Savannah Chrisley is opening up about the heartbreak she is experiencing not having her parents around. According to E! News, Savannah shared her feeling on the latest episode of her Unlocked podcast, which aired on January 24th. “Last week was an extremely difficult week for my family as a whole and for each of us individually. We kind of had to say goodbye to my parents for somewhat, for a little bit of time, for the foreseeable future, and that was really, really, really tough. And I haven’t filmed a podcast since then,” Savannah explained.
To be real, this episode was recorded on her mother’s birthday, January 12th. Therefore, the family was just getting ready to say goodbye. The actual shock had yet to hit them. However, Savannah clearly was already going through the motions of knowing what was coming her way. “This was kind of pre-life falling apart and now, podcasts that I do going forward will be post,” she acknowledged.
Savannah Chrisley shared that the next podcast will really be a one-on-one sharing how she and her family is feeling now. “I’m really looking forward to giving that update because I’ve seen God work in the craziest of circumstances,” she explained. It is still really fresh so watching their new lives settle in will be interesting to see. Both of her parents do get visitation so hearing about those moments will be nice, as well. As to how truly transparent Savannah will be right off the bat is yet to be seen.
What do you hope to learn from Savannah Chrisley’s podcast? Are you excited to see how she learns and grows as a person now that her parents are gone? Let us know in the comments below.
The chrisley’s going to prison just shows that not even the rich are immune from the law and troubles. I feel sorry for the kids cause I’m sure they will suffer the most from their parents imprisonment. prayers and hugs to the kids.
It will get better in time. She should feel lucky she still has them alive and well. My mom died at 42 yrs of age and left 5 children ages, 18,16,14,12 and 6. My parents were divorced and our father was an abusive alcoholic.
I went for custody of my younger sister and little brother. We had great support from neighbors, friends and church members. I continued to complete college and work and run the house. Her parents would not want her to put her life on hold. She will and needs to find a balance that works for her. Counseling was also a huge help.
Pretty sure there are many with other life stories. Be thankful for what you have. Be strong, ask for help,and visit your parents.