Savannah Chrisley is ‘sad’ to spend Easter without her parents

Savannah Chrisley is spending her first vacation without her parents!

The eldest daughter of Todd and Julie Chrisley held down the fort after her parent was jailed for fraud and tax evasion. However, just because she was her siblings’ caregiver doesn’t mean the 25-year-old doesn’t need her family.

The “Chrisley Know Best” star recently opened up about life without her parents. In an emotional post, the former beauty pageant queen opened up about how the holiday season magnified her loss.

Savannah Chrisley writes a touching message about the grief of her parents’ absence

In the early hours of April 6th, podcaster “Unlocked With Savannah Chrisley” dropped a touching video on her. Instagram page. The short clip captured the various decorations in the blonde bombshell’s fridge.

Savannah Chrisley attends Freedom Nights hosted by Unlikely Heroes in Nashville

To Miranda Lambert’s “The House That Built Me,” a wistfully reminiscent song about childhood, the reel showed various images of the Chrisleys’ brood on the home machine. Next to these pictures were handwritten scriptures from the Bible.

The recurring theme of the photos was the face of the media personality, proving that this is a collection of memories with loved ones. In the first shot, the 25-year-old posed with her younger brother Grayson, niece Chloe, mum and dad.

There were also group shots of the influencer’s entire family, including his grandmother, Nanny Faye, and his brother, Chase Chrisley. Other pictures showed moments from the ‘Growing Up Chrisley’ star’s childhood.

Some of the accompanying scriptures include Psalm 23:4, which says, “Though I walk in the darkest valley, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your staff and your staff comfort me.”

Underneath this Bible passage was Romans 8:18, “The pain you are feeling cannot be compared to the joy that is to come.” Before the end of the video, the camera zoomed in on a picture of Savannah and Todd dressed for ski park. Another scripture written on a “Team Chrisley” illustrated notepad reads, “Delight yourself in the Lord and he will give you the desires of your heart, Psalm 37:4.”

The passages resonated deeply with Todd and Julie’s oldest daughter as her heart yearned for her parents. In the post’s caption, the blonde heartthrob admitted that life hasn’t been the same since he was incarcerated.

“As this holiday weekend rolls around, I feel nothing but grief. In 25 years, I haven’t spent a single vacation without my sweet mom and dad. Not only is Easter this weekend… but my dad’s birthday is tomorrow.”

The TV personality continued: “OH HOW I LOVE THAT TIME FLYS! Can it be Monday already? When you lose someone special, your world lacks its festive qualities. The holidays amplify this loss. The sadness deepens and the loneliness can isolate you.”

The former Miss Tennessee Teen USA champion noted that it’s not okay to pretend that everything is fine as the need for support increases during the holidays. Instead of avoiding feelings of grief, the podcaster embraced them.

“You don’t want to avoid grief; it’s a pain. No one can take this pain away, but grief is not just pain; sorrow is love. I LOVE YOU, MOM AND DAD!” – added her lovely daughter, concluding her post by saying that female inmates have minor children.

The founder of Sassy By Savannah has admitted that her father’s absence has affected her happiness

Weeks ago, Savannah once again poured her heart out to fans and let them know Todd’s absence from home weighed heavily on her. The podcaster talked about missing the real estate mogul with an emotional quote shared on his Instagram Stories page.

The message read: “But who do I call when something good happens? Happiness is not the same without you here.” Savannah tagged her dad’s Instagram account for the statement, letting fans know it was dedicated to him.

Todd and Julie Chrisley at the 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards

A few days earlier, the social media influencer expressed her longing for her parents with another quote. The poignant play “I miss you, mom and dad” captured the hopes of the 25-year-old girl.

The message read: “I hope you will soon be dancing in your living room with your answered prayers. I hope you are so full of joy and contagious laughter. I hope your person loves you the way God intended. I hope it lasts a lifetime… to heaven.”

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