Savannah Chrisley may be maxing and relaxing during her vacation out to L.A., but she doesn’t seem to be splurging on any West Coast staples, like In-N-Out, because her bikini body is straight fire. The “Chrisley Knows Best” star took to Instagram on Tuesday evening and shared a memorable moment from her fun day with friends. Savannah was taking full advantage of the soaring temperatures in Southern California during the fall heatwave that sent everyone searching for ways to cool off.
Savannah Chrisley was stunning while leading the charge on a group pic with her friends after a day at the pool. The reality star was seen wearing a turquoise bikini top and showing off her trim figure in a pair of tie-dye pants. She accessorized the look with a pair of dark aviator shades.
“Fun times ✅
GREAT friends ✅
Memories made ✅,” Savannah captioned her photo.
Fans definitely agreed with the star and sounded off in the comments in support.
“Best trip EVER! So happy and love all these peeps! Memories made for sure!” one fan wrote.
“You look AMAZING ? I regret splurging on my ice cream now,” a second fan commented after checking out Savannah’s shredded bikini body.
“This is what life’s all about Love your spirit and love for the Lord,” a third fan wrote.
Although most of the praise for Savannah Chrisley was positive, there was a bit of controversy in her photo as many wondered about COVID-19 masks for the group.
“Where are your masks?” one fan asked.
“I agree, where are the masks?” a second fan added.
While the great mask debate kicked off, some explained that maybe the masks were removed for a photo-op.
“They are allowed to take it off for a photo and then put it back on,” the response read.
“[Just] stop. Please. You mask police ruin every single post,” a final comment read.
Savannah Chrisley is enjoying some well-deserved downtime in the City of Angels after going under the knife for another round of treatment as she continues to deal with health issues related to her battle with endometriosis. She recently shared a video on social media of the harrowing journey and thanked fans for the support along the way.
“Thank you to everyone who has continued to follow my journey…it’s still not over. Next stop…kiddos when the time is right!” Savannah wrote on Instagram.
She added, “Thank you to all of the doctors and nurses that cared for me while at the hospital during this pandemic. I also owe it all to Dr. Ken Sinervo from the center of endometriosis in Atlanta… will forever love and appreciate you!”