Savannah Chrisley has joined the list of celebrities now updating Instagram with throwbacks. The 22-year-old reality star made headlines in March for stating an “MIA” situation as she abandoned her social media amid a period of extreme anxiety over the coronavirus – the “Chrisley Knows Best” star has, however, since returned to Instagram with posts including the now-viral Doctor Elvis singing video, plus her duties as a South Beach Diet ambassador.
Sunday brought a throwback from the daughter to real estate mogul Todd Chrisley. It featured family member Grayson Chrisley, fiancé Nic Kerdlies, plus the stunner’s trademark killer legs.
Savannah’s photo showed her shot outdoors and seated with Grayson and ice hockey player Nic. All were smiling, with Savannah seen on the far left as the group posed backed by greenery. The Atlanta, Georgia native was looking an absolute knockout, seen flaunting her killer, rock-hard legs in a pair of shorts so tiny, they were barely visible. A peach-colored shirt and aviator shades completed the look as Chrisley rocked her signature boy-short cut – both the smiles and the caption confirmed a happy situation.
“Take me back to happier times,” Savannah wrote.
A car selfie of Savannah posted on March 20 came captioned with mentions of COVID-19.
“I’ve been a little MIA recently and honestly it’s because I have been so anxiety filled with what’s going on in our world today. I am the worrier of the bunch (along with my daddy) lol,” the star began.
“I have stayed up until 4 or so most mornings because I just couldn’t shut my brain off. What will tomorrow look like? Will everyone be ok? How will our economy recovery? What about everyone’s livelihood? ” she continued.
The lengthy caption saw the blonde reveal that speaking to her therapist had helped ease her anxieties, with Savannah then pleading with her 2 million followers to follow government advice amid the pandemic.
“I love you all…during this time love harder than ever! Life is so short! ALSO: To all my young people…LISTEN TO OUR GOVERNMENT…it’s not considered cool to be out and partying. While you may be having fun you could also be infecting someone extremely vulnerable…so please.. BE SELFLESS! #coronavirus #selfless #love,” she added.
Savannah’s South Beach Diet promos have already proven controversial this year, as a fan telling the star to stop “whoring” herself out in a bikini got dad Todd involved.
A video posted two days ago saw the star influencing for the diet brand, writing that South Beach Diet made her home wellness situation “so much easier” because “food is delivered right to your door.”
While positive replies were left, slamming ones did come in.
“You really should be ashamed of yourself. There are real issues in this world right now. I love watching you and your family, but this is not a good look. The world outside of your box are suffering and stressed and worried and are wondering where the next paycheck is coming from and you want to see a damn diet????? ??♀️” one fan wrote.
A similarly negative reply reminded Savannah that people are trying to “pay bills” right now.