Savannah Chrisley, daughter of Todd and Julie Chrisley, remembered her late ex-fiancé Nic Kerdiles in a touching tribute following a fatal motorcycle accident.
On Sunday, Chrisley, 26, posted the tribute on her Instagram page.
“I wish you could see all the people that are showing up and loving you right now. I can see that grin of yours so clearly. You left such a mark on this world and it’s so empty without you…,” she wrote.
Additionally, she expressed her disbelief over Kerdiles’ passing.
“It is impossible to believe that you are really gone. I am not sure how to even absorb that news, I don’t know how to react I am so sad and so numb. I don’t want to believe it…,” she continued.
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Furthermore, Savannah Chrisley detailed the ups and downs of their relationship while in the public eye.
“I had just turned 20 when we met, you were only 23, we were just kids learning about life and love and trying to make it all work. So much of our relationship was played out on the public stage, that is one of the hardest parts of growing up in the public eye,” she shared.
However, she also remembered the “really great, bright moments.”
“And we had some really hard ones, but the part of our relationship I will hold on to will always be the moments in the middle. It will be the day to day life we got to share for 5 incredible years,” she continued.
She credited him for supporting her after her father was convicted and sentenced to prison for conspiring to defraud Atlanta banks in June 2022.
“Many people don’t know, they don’t realize, that when it was time to take my father to Pensacola, one of the hardest days of my life, it was YOU who came along for the trip, it was YOU who was there for me and drove me through a very dark day. Thank YOU for that. Thank YOU so much,” she expressed.
Metropolitan Nashville Police Department told WRKN News 2 the former Anaheim Ducks hockey player died after his motorcycle struck the side of a BMW SUV Saturday morning in Nashville, Tennesee. He was 29 years old.
According to People, the pair announced their split in September 2020.
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