Unfortunately, very few people are surprised by this one. Thomas Ravenel has avoided jail time for sexual assault. Another “victory” for the good ole boys.
While the Southern Charm viewers and the rest of the country are annoyed and perplexed by Thomas’ perceived power and ability to get out of trouble, he still has some influence in Charleston. Apparently.
Southern Charm viewers “met” Kathryn Dennis’s boyfriend Hunter Price during the Season 6 finale episode. We didn’t see too much of him, but we did get to witness Kathryn awkwardly suggest that her former flame Whitney Sudler-Smith and Hunter should play instruments together sometime. That is something I would like to see, for the awkwardness, not the music, of course.
Southern Charm fans who keep track of the show’s stars in between seasons were not surprised by Hunter’s appearance. Kathryn revealed that they were dating back in January. Well, now, they’re broken up allegedly. Not that this is something that Kathryn has confirmed herself. Actually, she recently instigated rumors of the exact opposite variety.
No, you’re not reading an old article about Kathryn Dennis getting into a car accident while her kids were in the car. She actually did the same thing again, except this time it was worse.
This time there were four cars involved in the incident. Does Kathryn not have an Uber account? Considering that Thomas Ravenel is willing to use anything she does against her in court, she really should get a chauffeur. Can’t the Southern Charm production crew add this to the budget?
Another season of Southern Charm has wrapped up. The show was more subdued without the drama of Thomas Ravenel, but it was still fun to spend time with the Charleston gang each week.
Charmer Naomie Olindo has been on the show for three seasons, first as the girlfriend of Craig Conover. This year, we saw Naomie working on growing her new business. We also met her new boyfriend, Metul Shah. Naomie is not one to stir up lots of drama with her castmates, but you have to wonder, what does she really think of her Southern Charm co-stars?
Our summer with the folks of Southern Charm has come to a bittersweet end. Sweet because it’s over, and bitter because the story line centered around a withering bromance and toxic romance of an Austen Kroll triangle. The wayward beer enthusiast spent the season entangled in a twisted web, pulled between his snobby, elitist wing man and shrill, roid-raging girlfriend. It wasn’t the stuff of Bravo dreams…that’s for sure!
Andy Cohen welcomes Danni Baird to the sofa before Austen continues to lecture Kathryn Dennis about her admittedly odd Watch What Happens Live appearance. Naomie Olindo interjects to state that a friend of hers witnessed Kathryn drinking before her evening in the clubhouse. Cameran Eubanks had the same snitch friend texting her this intel as well. Kathryn maintains that she didn’t have a sip of alcohol before WWHL, and she’d admit it if she did.
In fact, Kathryn has already shared that she is back to drinking in moderation…whatever that means. Craig Conover reveals that often times the cast has lied about seeing Kathryn drink because they didn’t think she was allowed to drink. Shep Rose agrees that they have all defended Kathryn’s reputation more than she knows.
Can you believe Season 6 of Southern Charm is almost over? Reunion time is always bittersweet–it is nice to have some of our burning questions answered, but also a little sad that we will have a long wait for the new season.
One of the biggest questions on Southern Charm this season has been about the alleged Kathryn Dennis and Whitney Sudler-Smith hookup. Did it happen–or not? Kathryn claimed during the season that she and Whitney had gotten together–and Whitney was more evasive on the subject. Now, we seem to have a confirmation about what really went down between the two of them–from none other than Whitney’s mother, Patricia Altschul.
Geez Louise. There is a lot to unpack from last night’s Southern Charm reunion, the least of which was the spectrum of outfits…but seriously, can we talk about that for a quick second? Cameran Eubanks keeps it chic and simple with her gorgeous dress and amazing shoes, but the rest of the ladies are all over the map! While Naomie Olindo looks cute repping her line, she could be at a dance club or hanging out at the mall in the 80’s with her look. And while we’re on the subject of the 80’s, Chelsea Meissner stole her dress from the Dynasty costume archives. Of course, no one’s ensemble is more confusing than Kathryn Dennis’ bridesmaid’s dress and matching eye shadow. It’s just…a lot.
Cameran is under fire from some viewers who thought she whined too much about motherhood. Instead of being defensive, Cameran admits that she cringed a bit watching some of her complaints this season. While she misses her career and the adult time it afforded her, she knows she is incredibly lucky to be able to afford to be a stay-at-home mom. Motherhood has certainly changed Cameran, and she loves that she can watch Palmer grow and change each day. Cam apologizes if she came across spoiled or privileged as she is very aware of her good fortune. Kathryn comes to Cameran’s defense, asserting that every mother struggles with the same feelings of guilt and the inability to balance.
Let’s begin with something positive. The most recent appearance of Thomas Ravenel in our news feed does not have anything to do with court! Earlier this month, Thomas’ children lost their maternal grandmother. Kathryn Dennis mother Allison, passed away after battling cancer. According to Thomas, Allison played a huge role in his kids’ lives, as she lived with Kathryn during her treatment. Thomas had even previously accused Kathryn’s mom of “doing all of the work” with Kensie and Saint, while in the care of their mother. Days before her death, Allison went to court to refute these allegations, and commend her daughter’s parenting skills.
Allison’s struggle ended on August 7. Now, this subject matter involves your opinion on the appropriate measures of etiquette following a family death. The former Southern Charm star found himself the recipient of many unpleasant reactions after posting a photo to social media. It might be worth noting, prior to this incident, Thomas had not been active on Twitter since June 1. While Thomas is not standing in front of a judge
for once, this trial is being held in the court of public opinion.