Savannah Chrisley has revealed that her mother is having a difficult time adjusting to her new normal. In her podcast, she said that parents, Julie and Todd, have not been able to communicate since they’ve been incarcerated.
She also revealed that Julie has sent her a diary of “30 or 40 letters” that she has written in prison.
“It was just like her daily diary, just [a] journal. I’ll eventually put them out [and let people] read them at some point to give people updates on kind of how they were doing and what was going through their minds. One of the constant themes in all of her messages, like, all of her letters, are ‘I can’t believe Savannah’s having to do this. Like, I can’t believe her life’s having to be put on hold.'”
Beyond her mother’s disappointment at how her imprisonment has affected her daughter, Julie also goes onto explain how her separation from her partner is affecting her, with Savannah saying:
“I don’t think there’s a single letter that goes by that she does not say how much she misses my dad. They don’t get to talk. So it’s going on what month are we? April? We’re like three, four, four months in, almost. Being together almost 30 years now and not going a day without speaking to now, going on four months is a lot.”