Todd Chrisley shares sweet photo to welcome new member to his family
The 20-year-old Savannah Chrisley has her father's blessing when it comes to the new man in her life! The lucky man is ice hockey player, Nic Kerdiles.
Her father, real estate mogul and reality television personality, Todd Chrisley, officially welcomed Kerdiles to the Chrisley family via an Instagram post on Sunday.
However, he made it clear in the caption that Savannah and Kerdiles are not engaged, it's merely a 'welcoming to our family while we see what God's plan is.'
Todd explained: 'When you’ve done everything you can to set [Nic Kerdiles] up to fail and he still passes with flying colors,' he has to hand the matter over to God
'God, if this is your plan, let me step out while you step up'
Todd Chrisley, Instagram, June 3, 2018.
Todd's post has been liked nearly 90,000 times, and his fans rushed to the comment section to commend him for welcoming Kerdiles into the family.
Kerdiles himself commented on the post, saying: 'Don’t make me cry over here Todd. Thank you guys for allowing me into your amazing family! You guys are amazing.'
Instagram user Sherry Bradshaw said she approves of Kerdiles, adding that he is classy, kind, handsome, considerate, and gentle.
Heather P Green hoped that an engagement would be announced soon and congratulated Todd on is the newest addition to the family, while Jennifer Fernandes said they make a beautiful couple.
A user known only as Sandy Blonde was happy for Savannah and added that Kerdiles must be a 'fine young man' if he passed Todd's tests. Riofeijoo concurred, adding that Kerdiles 'is the one.'
The couple's relationship was announced in January of this year, and Savannah has shared sneak peeks of their journey with her 1.6 million Instagram followers.
In May, she shared a photo of a smiling Kerdiles and wrote in the caption that his smile lights up a room. In another post, she said: 'just when you thought Nashville couldn't get any better.'
Kerdiles has been playing hockey since the age of six when he moved to California with his family. His professional career started in 2014 when he signed a 3-year-contract with Anaheim Ducks. Read more on our Twitter account @amomama_usa.