Todd Chrisley has no interest in meeting daughter Savannah Chrisley’s new boyfriend, Robert Shiver, while he’s in prison.
“You know, Dad is very against it just because, ‘He’s not gonna see me in this atmosphere and this environment,’ and I feel like it’s more a male pride type of thing,” Savannah said in an interview with “Entertainment Tonight” published Thursday.
The “Unlocked” host also told the outlet that she misses being able to fill her father in on every aspect of her life while he’s behind bars.
“Anyone I’ve ever dated, he and I have spoken about, like, I’ve told him everything,” she explained.
“So, I long for those conversations — to have them, to tell him all the amazing things that are happening within my relationship and how awesome Robert is and how he’s responded to certain situations.”
Savannah, 26, went Instagram-official with Shiver, a former college football star, last week after previously confirming their relationship during her September appearance on the “Viall Files” podcast.
While Todd isn’t too eager to meet his daughter’s beau, she said her mom, Julie Chrisley, is much more excited about her new romance.
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“Mom’s very much all for it ’cause she’s like, ‘Hey, if y’all are gonna end up together I need to meet him,’” Savannah gushed to “Entertainment Tonight.”
“And I sent her pictures of us, obviously, and she’s heard all the stories, so she is, like, vicariously living through me.”
“So, he definitely will meet Mom, for sure,” she continued.
“Who knows about Dad, but like I said, hopefully things go in our favor and they’ll be home sooner than later.”
As Savannah’s love life takes off, her parents are serving their respective sentences for tax evasion and bank fraud.
Todd, 54, began his 10-year prison sentence in Florida at Florida’s Federal Prison Camp Pensacola in January, while Julie, 50, is serving a five-year sentence in Lexington, Ky.
Both of their original sentences were reduced by about two years in September.
“Without a doubt, Todd and Julie are model incarcerated individuals who received exorbitant sentences,” the couple’s attorney, Jay Surgent, said at the time.