Nanny Faye Chrisley is traveling all the way to Pensacola, Florida to spend the holidays with her son, Todd. He and his wife, Julie Chrisley are currently serving a combined nineteen years behind bars. So, to keep him from being lonely, his mother is coming to see him. Read on for all of the details.
Nanny Faye Traveling To Spend Holidays With Son
It has been over eleven months since Todd Chrisley reported to a Pensacola jail. Fortunately, he and his wife, Julie Chrisley may have the chance to get out earlier than expected. However, for the time being, they will still spend Thanksgiving behind bars. Obviously, for the parents of five (plus Chloe), this is not an ideal situation in any capacity. Fortunately, Todd will be getting a very special visitor. His mother, Nanny Faye Chrisley will be making the trek to see her son and she’s doing it alone.
According to People, Faye shared the details on her granddaughter, Lindsie Chrisley’s Southern Tea podcast. Her first stop is seeing some old friends of hers so she will get to actually celebrate the holiday.
“I’m going to have Thanksgiving dinner with some friends down in Florida. They’ve invited me, some close friends that I’ve had for about 17 years. So I’m going to have dinner with them.”
Of course, while she is in Florida with her friends, she does have plans to see her son, Todd despite the circumstances.
“I’m going to visit my son. We have never been apart. He’s  years old and we have never been away at Thanksgiving. So, I’m gonna make it my business to be there on Thanksgiving.”
Nanny Faye is one determined woman who, keep in mind, just beat bladder cancer. However, it seems that something like that will not deter her from seeing her boy for the holidays. Admittedly, she is saddened by the situation but she is not going to let it drag her. Nanny will see Todd on this special day and do their best to celebrate. There is nothing more they can do other than that.
What About Julie?
Nanny Faye has given her daughter-in-law, Julie Chrisley a lot of credit for helping her through her cancer battle. She does wish she could be with her on the holiday, as well but she is in a prison in another state. Fortunately, Julie will not be alone as Faye shared her parents will be with her. Thankfully, Nanny will get to hug her son and, though she does note the dining will not be the same, that is a huge blessing.