Todd Chrisley and Daughter Savannah Blow Air Kisses and Fans Think They Look Like 'Twins'
Todd Chrisley looks like a younger version of himself in a new photo taken alongside his daughter Savannah. Some fans even think the pair could pass for twins.
The "Chrisley Knows Best" stars rocked bold colors for the shot, which saw them in a studio with a white background. The photo is found below.
The pair stood on while flooring as they both raised their hands to blow kisses at the camera. Savannah wore a striking pink jacket and black jeans with matching boots.
Next to her, Todd rested an arm on his daughter's shoulder. The family patriarch wore a turquoise, collared t-shirt with dark blue jeans and bronze-colored Oxford shoes.
In his caption, Todd urged fans to check out the latest episode of their podcast show, "Chrisley Confessions" which features insight from Savannah on "growing up Chrisley, making mistakes, and the power of therapy."
In the comment section, one fan commented with, "Y'all twins." Indeed, Todd looked quite youthful in the shot and his daughter appeared like the female carbon copy of his face.
The adorable photo comes after Savannah spoke up about her niece, Chloe, and the situation with George Floyd — a 46-year-old man who was killed at the hands of police three weeks ago.
The incident sparked nationwide protests and saw the public calling for their favorite celebrities to say something about what happened. For her part, Savannah revealed how seven-year-old Chloe is affected.
In an Instagram post, Savannah said that she and her family have to let Chloe know she has "to be extra cautious around police officers because (of) the color of her skin." She wants that to stop.
For now, though, the family is handling racism their way, including from fans of the show. Last week, Todd hit back at someone who had a problem with Chloe's very existence.
The person wrote: "I'm sorry, I don't like it. Marry your own color. It really screws up the kids." Todd responded: "I hope that the Lord lets you live long enough to see that color doesn't screw kids up, but ignorance and hate most certainly will."
Little Chloe is the daughter of Todd's son Kyle. Todd and his wife Julie took her in when she was six-months-old due to Kyle's addictive struggles at the time.
Despite the pervading atmosphere of discrimination in the country, it's clear that Todd and the rest of the family are giving Chloe only pure love and support. We hope to see her flourish just as aunt Savannah is doing.