Previews for Southern Charm reveal that the forged is all of the sudden confronted with COVID-19 as plans change and somebody might have been uncovered to the virus.
Kathryn Dennis is seen asking a couple of shopping for journey in New York, unaware that COVID-19 is a real risk. Leva Boneparte worries about her restaurant. “We can’t afford to keep 100 employees on salary so we have to make some really difficult decisions,” she tells her business companion.
Craig Conover chats with Shep Rose by way of FaceTime and asks if Rose’s girlfriend is in Hilton Head with him. “No,” Rose says. “I was like wait a second, are you sure you haven’t been exposed to it? And she’s like no, I’m not sure.”
Craig Conover mentioned COVID-19 made filming the season much more fascinating
Conover mentioned filming was full of uncertainty. “It was interesting to be part of an industry that has never really slowed or shut down production whether it’s scripted, unscripted, all different facets of productions all came to a standstill,” he instructed Page Six.
“I have some friends that are in the scripted world and they were like, ‘What are you guys doing?’ And I was like, ‘What are you guys doing?’ And, you know, no one knew what was going to happen,” he mentioned. “So that was interesting, that kind of everyone [was] on the same playing field.”
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“I believe it’s thrilling in a approach that, you recognize, it’s nonetheless Southern Charm the way you guys comprehend it, however it’s one thing new and totally different once more, which I really feel like yearly in some way with our group of pals, simply there’s one thing somewhat wild and loopy and totally different,” Conover mentioned.
Some forged members caught the virus
Rose is seen within the trailer telling Danni Baird that somebody (“she”) is constructive for the virus. Also, former forged member Thomas Ravenel revealed on Twitter he too had COVID-19. He tweeted, “So earlier this year when I had COVID-19, I decided to listen to the advice of experts and ask a doctor what my prognosis was and this expert honestly replied, ‘you will live….if you don’t die.’”
Rose revealed that quarantining with girlfriend Taylor Ann Green shortly took their relationship to a extra critical degree. “We were dating for a few months and then quarantine happened, so we basically became like a married couple after like three months,” he instructed E News. “It was a shock to the system, no doubt about it.”
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“I would have thought I would have gotten all nervous about cohabitating with somebody,” he shared. Adding, “I didn’t hate it: that’s the good news. I kinda liked it. So learned a lot about myself, still learning a lot about myself. I absolutely adore her and I’m just really glad that we got what we got to do together because it was really lovely. We didn’t kill each other, in fact, quite the opposite.”