"I just sat with my mother at visitation this weekend and she cried about how much she missed my father," Savannah Chrisley said
Savannah Chrisley's parents' marriage is still going strong.
The Unlocked podcast host called out media allegations that her mother Julie Chrisley is "hiring counsel to file for divorce" from her dad Todd Chrisley. Savannah, 26, said on her Instagram Story Monday that this suggestion was patently untrue.
"No, my mother has not hired counsel. If she did, it would have gone through me," she wrote. "So, that whole story is a lie."
Savannah added, "It's just unfortunate that we live in a world that wants to tear families apart and wants to spew hate and lies. And it's just absolutely insane."
Giving an update on how the Chrisley family matriarch is coping with the longtime couple's separation amid prison, Savannah said, "I just sat with my mother at visitation this weekend and she cried about how much she missed my father."
Todd, 54, and Julie, 50, were initially sentenced in November 2022 to a combined 19 years in prison. Several months after reporting to their separate facilities in January, their sentences have been slightly reduced. They're also currently in the process of appealing their case.
Despite the distance, as Todd remains in Florida while Julie is in Kentucky, the two Chrisley Knows Best alums have chosen to stay married to one another. But Savannah confirmed last month that they haven't been able to communicate with each other while behind bars.
"195 days without a word to each other…" Savannah wrote on her Instagram Story alongside photos of the couple. "My heart is breaking…"
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"They're hanging in there. It's a terrible situation," Chase, 27, told Extra last month. "The conditions [of their prisons] are awful and if you read all these headlines they say the polar opposite, but it is not the truth and we're going to be spreading a lot of awareness to that as well. Everyone has this perception that my parents are in this country club prison, and that’s just not the case at all."
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