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A solemn reflection. Chase Chrisley shared a story about spending the day with loved ones shortly after his parents, Todd and Julie Chrisley, were sentenced to years in prison.
26-year-old Growing Up Chrisley alum reposted an anecdote originally shared by @royaleyez to his Instagram story on Monday, November 28. In the post, the author shared a story about a friend who "unexpectedly lost his wife." When the friend asked about the author's plans for dinner, the post's author said his own wife wanted chili, but he didn't feel like stopping at the store to get the ingredients.
"We were playing golf for a few more minutes when he said softly, 'Make that chili,'" recalled @royaleyez. "It took me a few minutes to realize we weren't talking about dinner anymore. It was about making every effort to do something for someone you love because at any moment they could be taken away unexpectedly... Next time someone you love wants you to go for a walk or watch a football game or a playing a board game or just putting down your phone and giving it your undivided attention, just do it."
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Earlier this month a judge sentenced Todd, 53, and Julie, 49, to a combined 19 years in prison after being convicted of tax fraud in June. The patriarch of the Chrisley family was sentenced to 12 years while his wife was sentenced to seven years in prison.
"Yesterday was a difficult day for the Chrisley family," a rep for the reality stars told Us Weekly on Tuesday, Nov. 22. Her trial was marred by serious and repeated errors, including the government lying to the jury about what taxes the couple had paid. These issues make us optimistic about the future."
After the verdict was announced, some of Chase's siblings apparently took to social media to react to the news. Lindsie Chrisley, who shares Todd with his first wife Teresa Terry, praised her BFFs for showing up "in the bad times with hugs and champagne."
For her part, Savannah Chrisley posted a cryptic message about overcoming negativity. "Noah continued to build the ark to declare himself to all who doubted and hated him," reads the message, originally uploaded by Pastor Kimberly Jones. "Keep building your ark. The rain will speak for itself.”
Todd shares Lindsie, 33, and son Kyle Chrisley, 31, with Terry, who he divorced in 1996. In addition to Savannah, 25, and Chase, Todd shares son Grayson, 16, with Julie. The couple also won custody of Kyle's 10-year-old daughter, Chloe, amid Kyle's personal struggles.
After her parents' sentencing, Savannah announced that she has custody of her little brother and niece. "I come home Tuesday and have custody of a 16-year-old and a 10-year-old, and we're not spending our first Thanksgiving as a family," she said on the Nov. 21 episode of her podcast. "I was never away from my family during the holidays."

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