Savannah Chrisley shares quote about happiness not being the same without her father, who continues to serve prison sentence

As Todd and Julie Chrisley began serving their prison sentences last week, their children don’t seem to have it easy without their parents by their side.

Todd and Julie Chrisley of Chrisley Knows Best, a reality TV show revolving around the lives of Georgia real estate tycoon Todd Chrisley and his wealthy family, were sentenced to respective 12 and 7-year sentences after they were found guilty in a tax evasion case.

The prosecutor was reported to have said, “The Chrisleys have built an empire based on the lie that their wealth came from dedication and hard work.

“The jury’s unanimous verdict sets the record straight: Todd and Julie Chrisley are career swindlers who have made a living by jumping from one fraud scheme to another, lying to banks, stiffing vendors, and evading taxes at every corner.”


Having lived a life of luxury provided to them by their parents, the Chrisley’s children feel their mom’s and dad’s absence, and their second daughter, Savannah, is leaning to faith during these hard times for her family.

In an Instagram story that she shared on Thursday, Savannah re-posted a quote shared by the After Breakup account, which reads, “But who will I call when something good happens? Happiness isn’t the same without you here.”


A day later, the 25-year-old shared another Instagram story, this time of a video of an interview given by Kevin Hart, which was originally posted by @buildalpha, in which he spoke about letting go of grudges and understanding that life has to move on. “No matter how much emotion and feeling you may have or how much hurt you may have, life has to go on. Life doesn’t stop for anybody. So if you don’t process and understand that, you’re stuck in whatever time period you got hurt forever,” he said – adding there’s no time for grudges, anger, and negativity.


On a recent episode of her Unlocked podcast, she spoke of what she and her siblings did and how they felt like in the wake of their parents’ imprisonment. “So for those of you that are familiar with my family and have followed our lives and have also followed my podcast, you know that last week was an extremely difficult week for my family as a whole and for each of us individually,” she said.

“We kind of had to say goodbye to my parents for a little bit of time, for the foreseeable future. And that was really, really, really tough,” Savannah added.


Savannah also posted a brief video of herself, Chloe, and Grayson at a restaurant in which Chloe could be heard saying how she ‘ain’t no snitch, and snitches get stitches’ before turning to Grayson and saying, “so you have some stitches on you.’ Grayson rolled his eyes.

Recently, Savannah shared, “The other night, I had a full-on breakdown. I was trying to find Chloe proper clothes to go and visit my parents and find her hair stuff. I just sat down on the floor and started crying.” This just shows that although raising her brother and sister is indeed rewarding, Savannah does experience hard time playing the role of a mom.

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