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Southern Charm Star Kathryn Dennis and Chleb Ravenell Call It Quits After Over a Year of Dating

Nov 19, 2021

The 30-year-old TV personality and the former wide receiver for Western Michigan University’s the Broncos reportedly break up months after they moved in together.

AceShowbizKathryn Dennis and Chleb Ravenell have gone their separate ways. If a new report is to be believed, the “Southern Charm” star and her boyfriend called it quits after dating for more than a year.

Offering more details of the pair’s relationship status was Us Weekly. “She broke up with him and they are no longer living together,” a source told the outlet. “There is no bad ill-will between them.”

The source went on to note that Kathryn wanted to “get married again and have more kids” after she parted ways with Thomas Ravenel, with whom she shares 7-year-old daughter Kensie and 6-year-old son Saint. However, Chleb reportedly was not the one whom she’s looking for.

“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,” the insider claimed. “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.”

The news came around seven months after the TV personality and the former wide receiver for Western Michigan University’s the Broncos moved into a Charleston apartment. The former couple moved in together after she lost custody of her two kids in March.

Kathryn and Chleb began dating in the summer of 2020. When celebrating his 32nd birthday in July, Kathryn treated fans to a photo of them getting cozy via her Instagram Story feed. In the snap, they were joined by two friends and she was seen getting kissed on the head while taking a seat in between his legs.

It was not until October that year the duo decided to go Instagram official with their romance. Posting a photo of her then-beau hugging her from behind, the reality star simply gushed, “YOU.”

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