Todd Chrisley, the principal star of “Chrisley Knows Best,” took to Instagram to share a photo of him reading a book next to his biracial granddaughter, Chloe.
In the post, the man appeared lying on a bed with the girl next to him. Her face showed nothing but surprise as she probably read something interesting in the book, titled “Where are you, Chloe Chrisley?”
The patriarch explained in the caption that through the book, he and Chloe got to explore “6 alternative universes searching for different versions of Chloe in the role of Chef, Explorer, even a paranormal investigator.”
Todd added that with such books, children learn that they can be whatever they want. As soon as he uploaded that post, his followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts.
Most of them thanked him for sharing such a special moment, while others praised him for being “the best Papa ever.” It is not the first time that Todd talks about his granddaughter, though.
As Country Living reported, the reality star revealed that Chloe has been the victim of online bullying because of her skin color. After saying that his family had never dealt with racism before, Todd declared that it was a very "prevalent" situation in the US.
He set clear that, unfortunately, they learned that the hard way with all the negative messages people wrote about her on social media. Chloe is the daughter of Kyle, Todd’s estranged son.
Given the fact that he has reportedly dealt with substance abuse problems for a while, he lost full custody of his daughter when she was only six months old. Todd and his family made the “conscious decision” that Chloe was their child and another family member.
While the Chrisley patriarch loves having the girl with them, he revealed that he was trying to make amends with Kyle so that he gets more involved with them and, of course, with his daughter. However, the man is reportedly “great” the way he is.
"He's not in the spotlight, but Chloe is with us, and my hopes are that as time progresses that she will know who her daddy is and that their relationship will change at some point," added Todd.