The 'Chrisley Knows Best' alum shared that she knows Nic Kerdiles is "looking down laughing right now" on the one-month anniversary of his sudden death in a motorcycle accident
“Can’t believe it’s been exactly 1 month since we lost you…” she wrote alongside a snapshot of her ex smiling after a meal.
“Today we bought ham and cheese croissants and Chloe goes: ‘I only like these because Nic would always order these,’” she captioned a photo of her 10-year-old niece sitting on Kerdiles’ shoulder.
“I know you’re looking down laughing right now. We all miss you… #IfICouldGoToHeavenForADay,” she concluded.
The tribute comes after the reality star reflected on her relationship with Kerdiles and how he impacted her life during their time together on her Unlocked podcast earlier this month, saying, “I do speak about my current relationship, but I'm also mourning the loss of someone who meant the absolute world to me.”
"Nic and I were in each other's lives for six years, we were engaged and there were so many great memories and at the end of the day, Nic made a huge impact on my life and he left such a mark on this world,” she shared. “I cannot tell you how many people have reached out and told me stories about how Nic had impacted their life."
Chrisley concluded her message by sharing the lessons she learned from Kerdiles, saying, "And if his passing teaches us anything, I think it's to love and love hard. And to treat people with so much love and kindness because that's exactly what he did. So Nic, I love you, you'll be missed and you left a mark.”
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Kerdiles died in a motorcycle accident on Sept. 23 at the age of 29. At the time, the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department told WRKN News 2 that the retired athlete ran through a stop sign in a residential area north of the Tennessee capital while on his motorcycle at roughly 3:30 a.m.
Authorities said Kerdiles hit the driver's side of the BMW. Though the other driver appeared to be left uninjured, Kerdiles was taken to a nearby hospital where he later died.
Chrisley shared multiple emotional tributes honoring Kerdiles, noting in one how Kerdiles' untimely death "isn't fair."
"We had some really great, bright moments, and we had some really hard ones," she wrote, in part, on Instagram, "but the part of our relationship I will hold on to will always be the moments in the middle."
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