September 24, 2023

Celebrity

Savannah Chrisley mourns death of ex-fiancé Nic Kerdiles after car crash

Savannah Chrisley waiting for Nic Kerdiles’s sign that he is ‘ok’

By Javeria Shahid September 24, 2023
Savannah Chrisley and Nick Kerdiles dated for three years before parting ways on 2020
Savannah Chrisley and Nick Kerdiles dated for three years before parting ways on 2020

Savannah Chrisley’s ex fiancé Nic Kerdiles, a real state agent, died after sustaining injuries in a lethal accident in Nashville.

As per information obtained by TMZ, Nic, 29, died at around 3:30am on Saturday, September 29.

Savannah, 26, went to her Instagram stories to grieve Kerdiles’s death and shared a heartfelt message as she begin with, “Heaven gained the most beautiful angel today ... I miss you and I love you."

She wanted Nic to send her a message via his favorite dishes to let her know that he is ok saying, “Maybe it'll be through a ham and cheese crepe or pasta with white sauce or maybe even your favorite carrot cake."

The TV personality ended the note as, “We loved hard... and I can't wait to ride bikes along the beaches of heaven with you one day."

The Chrisley Knows Best star also posted a boomerang where the former couple was kissing and captioned it, “We loved hard... and I can't wait to ride bikes along the beaches of heaven with you one day.”

Savannah Chrisleys Instagram story
Savannah Chrisley's Instagram story 

It is shared by the outlet that ex-pageant queen and former NHL player for the Anaheim Ducks dated for about three years 2017-2020 during which they were engaged from 2018 to 2020.

It is reported that Kerdiles pass through a stop sign in to the residential area and struck the driver’s side of BMW. The driver of the car was immediately transported to a local hospital.

Nic Kerdiles posted this picture hours before the crash
Nic Kerdiles posted this picture hours before the crash

Just hours before his crash the former player posted a picture of himself posing on his motorcycle with the caption, “Night Rider.”