Savannah Chrisley is questioning if she wants children of her own following her parents Todd and Julie Chrisley’s prison sentences.
“I’m in that anger part of grief right now. I’m just angry at everything. And also, after taking on the kids, I’m like, ‘OK. Do I actually want kids?’ You know, seeing how much this whole thing has affected us?” Savannah, 25, admitted on a recent episode of her “Unlocked” podcast.
The “Chrisley Knows Best” star was granted custody of her 10-year-old niece, Chloe, and her 16-year-old brother, Grayson, after her parents were sentenced to serve a total of 19 years in prison for tax evasion and bank fraud.
However, the reality star clarified that she harbors no ill will for gaining custody.
“I try to be a good adult figure in their life, but it’s really hard being 25 and having two kids and trying to figure out what’s best for them,” she explained.
“Like you get to grow through the ages. Now, I’m just being thrown into it.”
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Explaining that she doesn’t want anyone to take her concerns “out of context at all,” Savannah clarified that she “loves these two kids more than life itself” and that they are her “everything.”
She also emphasized that she and the two kids have “so much fun together” and that they all try to have “as much fun as possible.”
Nonetheless, taking on two kids has not stopped the blond beauty from dating.
In fact, in a March episode, she revealed that she is “dating someone” and that her parents’ imprisonment forced her to be transparent about her “package deal.”
“Now I see single moms, like, ‘How do you do it?’” she questioned 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.’”
“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 added.
“You know it all, 110 percent transparency. If you’re in, you’re in. If you’re out, you’re out.”
Todd, 53, is currently serving his sentence in a penitentiary in Florida while Julie, 50, remains incarcerated in a Kentucky prison.
After their release dates, the two will have to serve 16 months of probation. They are both in the process of appealing their convictions.