Savannah Chrisley ‘dating someone’ after getting full custody of Grayson, Chloe

Savannah Chrisley is learning to navigate love while acting as a parent.

The “Chrisley Knows Best” alum revealed Tuesday that she is “dating someone” but admitted her parents’ imprisonment forces her to be transparent about her “package deal” now that she has full custody of her brother Grayson and niece Chloe.

“Now I see single moms, like, ‘How do you do it?’” she said on Kaitlyn Bristowe’s “Off the Vine” podcast.

“And to them, it’s just a package deal. ‘You want to go to dinner? These two are coming along with.’”

The 25-year-old revealed in November 2022 that she received custody of 16-year-old Grayson and 10-year-old Chloe following Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley’s sentencing for tax fraud.

“This is what you’re getting into. Guess what? There’s two kids. My parents aren’t in the greatest place in the world right now,” she continued.

“You know it all, 110 percent transparency. If you’re in, you’re in. If you’re out, you’re out.”

Savannah also shared that the children have met her mystery beau and that he will appear on her new reality show, but she is still trying to keep the relationship in “a safe place.”

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“And people are just hateful. They’re always gonna compare to the last person you were with,” she continued, referencing her ex-fiancé Nic Kerdiles. “And I’m just like, ‘You know what? Maybe I’m not quite ready to let you in on that.’”

A federal judge sentenced Todd, 53, and Julie, 50, in November 2022 to a combined 19 years in prison. Todd is serving his 12-year sentence at a facility in Florida, while Julie is behind bars at a prison in Kentucky.

The couple will be required to serve 16 months of probation after completing their sentences; however, they’re both in the process or appealing their convictions.

“I will never forget when they stood up to read the verdicts and it was like, guilty, guilty, guilty, like over and over and over again,” Savannah said.

“And I just saw the looks on my parents’ faces and just everything, they were just in tears. We were not expecting that; we were like, ‘There’s no way.’”

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