Chase Chrisley and Nanny Faye Team up to Visit Kentucky Derby in Matching Outfits
Chase Chrisley and his grandmother Nanny Faye teamed up for a recent visit to the Kentucky Derby. The duo donned matching outfits and enjoyed a fun bet on horses.
Fans of “Chrisley Knows Best” recently enjoyed a fun display from Chase Chrisley and Nanny Faye on social media. Over the weekend, the grandmother-son duo visited the Kentucky Derby.
Chase shared photos from the memorable outing on his Instagram page, and he was seen twinning with his famous grandmother. The beloved matriarch looked stunning in a pink ensemble.
Chase Chrisley at "Chrisley Knows Best," Season 8 on March 09, 2020 | Photo: Getty Images
She rocked a camisole underneath a kimono jacket paired with white satin pants. Nanny Faye accessorized with a pair of dark sunglasses and a large straw hat to protect herself from the sun.
Chase coordinated with his grandma in a blue suit jacket over a pink shirt with chinos pants as they posed for the camera at the derby. In another image, Nanny Faye was seen holding up her winning ticket.
According to reports, eagle-eyed fans saw that the winning ticket Nanny Faye held up was $51. While it’s not sure what the Chrisleys bet on, horse Medina Spirit was the race winner, paying out a whopping $1.86 million.
The fun hangout at the derby comes days after Chase and his sister Savannah reflected on their childhood.
It’s no news that the 77-year-old grandmother is a fan of gambling. Amid the pandemic when casinos were shut down, Nanny Faye kept busy with online gambling, patiently waiting for the real thing to open up.
In earlier photos shared of the evening at the Kentucky Derby, Nanny Faye made headlines after she was seen holding a large Cuban cigar to her mouth as she basked in the sun. Chase captioned the image, “It’s only 1:50.”
Patriarch Todd Chrisley reposted the controversial image, hinting that Chase wasn’t doing an excellent job keeping Nanny Faye away from trouble. He joked in the caption about letting his mother go to places unsupervised.
The fun hangout at the derby comes days after Chase and his sister Savannah reflected on their childhood while playing a game of “Instagram Breakdown.” The duo opened up about why they share throwback photos.
The siblings discussed a particular childhood image shared by Savannah in January 2019. In the picture, a young Savannah was seen sitting on her father’s lap while Chase stood behind them.