Savannah Chrisley of Chrisley Knows Best is busy planning her wedding with her fiance Nic. These two got engaged last Christmas. Things are going great between them, but now a new source is telling Radar Online that she is concerned about how the wedding will get paid for.
Savannah Chrisley’s reason for worry
So far USA Network hasn’t canceled any of the Chrisley shows. Savannah is part of Growing Up Chrisley and also Chrisley Knows Best. It sounds like the plan is for the network to cover the wedding cost or at least part of it. Of course, the fans want the wedding to air on the show.
Chase and Kyle Chrisley have both been speaking out about their parent’s tax accusations. Savannah has been a bit quieter. If the source is right, that is partially because of the wedding. Here is what the source had to say.
“Savannah is staying out of all the nastiness that her brothers Chase and Kyle are perpetuating right now, because she knows it will only come back to bite them all in the a**. Honestly, she’s only concerned right now about her all-expenses-paid wedding to Nic!”
Savannah’s family does have a lot of their own money. They did just spend $100,000 each to bail Todd and Julie Chrisley out.
Savannah’s wedding plans
Radar Online says that the reception and the wedding both were supposed to be filmed. Hopefully, this is still the case. Todd Chrisley has made it very clear that he wants to help out with the planning. His little girl getting married is a dream come true for him too. The family seems to love Nic.
As of right now, fans will just have to wait and see what happens. The Chrisley shows are still airing at this time on USA Network.
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