Southern Charm’s Kathryn Dennis & Chleb Ravenell 'SPLIT' after one year as he 'refused to commit to marriage & kids’

SOUTHERN Charm star Kathryn Dennis and her boyfriend Chleb Ravenell have reportedly split after one year together.

The pair ended things after he allegedly refused to commit to marriage and having kids.


Kathryn and Chleb went Instagram official with their relationship in October 2020 and took things a step further when they moved in together this past April.

A source told Us Weekly: “She broke up with him and they are no longer living together.

“There is no bad ill-will between them.”

The mother of two reportedly wanted to “get married again and have more kids” but Chleb refused to to make that commitment.

The insider added: “Her future husband would have to be this amazing stepfather to her children and be someone who would make a serious commitment to her, and [Chleb] just wasn’t that.

“They weren’t meant to be and even friends of hers picked up on it. She has so much love in her life as is with her little kiddos.”

Southern Charm fans had been speculating that the two had broken up after she seemed to drop "hints" on social media. 

Kathryn, 30, shared a snapshot with her two young children on Instagram earlier this week.

Her son Saint, who recently turned six, smiled at the camera as he was in the holiday spirit.

Her daughter Kensington, seven, appeared to be celebrating the holidays as she wore a Christmas sweater with images of a reindeer and snowflakes on it. 

The Southern Charm star wore a stunning red dress with a matching round hat. 

The former Bravo star captioned the post: "There’s nothing that connects me more to my truest self than being with my children."

She shares her two kids with her ex-husband Thomas Ravenel. 

Southern Charm fans asked about her boyfriend Chleb in the comments section, especially since he has not appeared in her most recent snaps on social media. 

THE COMMENTS

One Southern Charm fan asked: "Where’s your man friend these days?"

Another Southern Charm said: "Forget the boyfriend. Please your kids are little only once. Be a mom."

Another person added: "I'm not trying to be in your business sis, but I hope you and your man are doing good."

BEING ABSENT?

Back in April, Kathryn and Chleb moved in together as they took their relationship to the next step. 

There is a missing snap of the two celebrating the New Year together.

Kathryn wore a gorgeous red dress and her boyfriend had on a gray suit.

Apparently, previous photos of the couple are missing, especially when Kathryn changed her blonde hair color to red, from her Instagram page. 

Back in October 2020, she showed off her new relationship with Chleb as they took became Instagram official.

Also in Halloween 2020, there is a missing photo of the two holding hands. 

The reality star wore an aqua blue top with a matching skirt while her man sported a black dress shirt and pants topped off with a lavender blazer.

She captioned the post: "Baby," and added the hashtag: "#bourbonandbubbles."

THE DIVORCE

Her ex-husband Thomas filed for sole custody of their kids and requested that she have only supervised visitation this past October.

Kathryn sealed the custody battle on December 18, and a clerk for the South Carolina courthouse confirmed to The Sun that her request was approved.

A source told The Sun last month: “She has supervised visitation during the day Saturday and Sunday every other weekend."

The insider also added that Thomas revealed his plans to move to Aiken, South Carolina with the children during the summer.

The father proposed his plan to the judge while requesting full custody.

Although reasons for Kathryn's loss are not confirmed, there had been mention of "substance abuse."

The TV starand her ex recently had their own celebrations for Saint's sixth birthday.



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