Savannah Chrisley and her fiancé Nic Kerdiles take a step back in their relationship. Thanks to her new hairstyle, fans wonder if the two have canceled their engagement.
After debuting a cute new pixie hairstyle on social media, Chrisley was flooded with comments about her relationship status with Kerdiles. There is a theory that women tend to change style, especially when a romance ends.
Chrisley concludes that theory and any speculations regarding her engagement.
“It’s insane. I get so many women, younger and older, who send me messages about self-confidence and they don’t have the confidence to do so that the other person and I fully support women’s empowerment and do what makes you feel good. That was what the caption was about. Doing something, going on a limb, finally having the guts to do something you always wanted to do, so that was me, “she told E! News .
The 22- birthday boy then admitted that she and Kerdiles stepped back in their relationship, but not in a bad way, Chrisley reiterated that they are still engaged.
The couple, however, focused on their “God-centered” They take this phase of their romance every day without any upcoming plans to get married.
“Marriage is not just for the Instagram, it’s not for the photos, it’s not a photo -opp. It is real, “she explained.
Chrisley did not comment on why she and her fiancé felt the need to make this shift in their relationship. She merely stated that they are taking the next step, the marriage, extremely serious.
The couple got engaged on Christmas Eve last year and were already dating a year when Kerdiles placed the question for close family and friends. The Family Reality TV Program Chrisley Knows Best and was saved until the program was broadcast in April
Savannah Chrisley and her fiancée Nic Kerdiles are still engaged. However, the wedding does not break out quickly, they take a step back in the relationship before the marriage.
The news comes two months after her parents, Todd and Julie, were sued for tax evasion and fraud. They were exempt from state tax evasion earlier this month, but are still confronted with federal charges for alleged federal tax evasion in the same years.