Todd Chrisley's Daughter Savannah Shares Lengthy Post about Choosing to Be Positive Amid Coronavirus Spread

Mar 25, 2020
06:30 A.M.
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Reality TV star, Savannah Chrisley, apologized on Instagram for her absence online due to her anxiety surrounding the coronavirus outbreak.


Calling herself the "worrier of the bunch" alongside her father, Todd Chrisley, she posed many questions on how the pandemic will affect the world. 


A new mindset

The 22-year-old beauty pageant contestant expressed a hope that all look to religion to overcome this crisis. She allotted her newfound calm to a change in mindset.

Savannah used the post to spread love and positivity surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak and stated that everyone should "love harder than ever".

Savannah said, "I CHOOSE to believe in my Heavenly Father and the plan that He has for us... a plan to give us hope and a future." 

Savannah Chrisley and fiance Nic Kerdiles on the beach as they celebrate their Engagement from December 2018 | Photo: Getty Images


Multiple trauma's in a short time

This came after the recent devastation of a tornado in Nashville which, fortunately, did not hit the star's home which she shares with her 26-year-old fiance, Nic Kerdiles.

Kerdiles had recently started a GoFundMe campaign to raise $10,000 for tornado relief in the city. He stated that this was a good way for people to help who weren't in Nashville. 

The effect of these events was prominent on Chrisley, who started her post with "Throwback to a week or so ago when life was normal..."

Chrisley and Kerdiles have been embarking on a long engagement since December 2018, stating that they are in no rush to get married.


Long engagement

Chrisley commented that the long engagement is giving her time to get to know the professional hockey player and real estate agent. 

In the last leg of her post, Savannah urged young people to "BE SELFLESS" and to practice social distancing. She expressed that it was not "cool to be out."


She stated the importance of listening to the government concerning not partying and only leaving the house when necessary.

She also showed concern that while at social gatherings and enjoying themselves, they could infect someone "extremely vulnerable."


Staying positive

Savannah used the post to spread love and positivity surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak and stated that everyone should "love harder than ever".

The Sassy founder is still very excited about her upcoming nuptials as she is focusing all her spare time and energy on planning the wedding.

The couple is still yet to set a date but both are very involved in the state of the world at the moment, trying to play their part. 


Todd excited to be a father-in-law

Savannah has big plans for her wedding which her father is eager to get underway. Todd Chrisley is highly involved in the preparations for the ceremony which should include a "huge cake".

In August 2019, Savannah had also already picked out a dress. She expressed wanting him very much at her wedding and stated that "dad and I were on the same page, so I think we’ll be good.”