Chase Chrisley Engaged To His girlfriend, Emmy Medders After 3 years of Relationship “I am the luckiest man in the world. Being able to call you to mine forever is a gift from God. “You are the sunshine when it’s dark, and you are the rain when it’s dry,” he wrote in an Instagram post with several pictures of the Oct. 5 emotional moment.
“I love you more than life itself, and I can’t wait to be with you forever!” To you my love! Thank you for making me wait FOREVER!!”
Medders also posted the news on her own Instagram account with a Reel that had the same pictures as the one her fiance posted. “You’re more than I could have ever imagined. Chase Madison Chrisley, I love you so much! “My heart will always belong to you,” the bride-to-be wrote in the post’s caption.
In the pictures, the “Chrisley Knows Best” star led Medders by the hand to the middle of a baseball stadium, where over 175,000 rose petals in the shape of a heart were waiting for them.
The reality TV star got down on one knee and gave his bride a 3.5-carat oval diamond. He was wearing a burgundy long-sleeved shirt and slacks. Medders said yes in a beautiful green dress with silver heels and a bun in her hair. She was very happy.
After they shared the news, a lot of Chrisley’s family members rushed to the comments to congratulate the happy couple.
Kyle, who is Chase’s half-brother, wrote, “Congratulations, brother! I’m so happy for you.”
On the other hand, his sister Savannah told him, “I love you so much!! JOIN THE FAMILY!!”
People say that Chase rented out downtown Nashville’s First Horizon Baseball Stadium in order to plan a very romantic proposal.
Medders told the outlet, “I was so surprised by the proposal.” “I didn’t know it was going on.”
Medder was surprised to see that both of their families were hiding in the dugout to watch the emotional moment. “My dad has ALS, so going to Nashville and being on the field was a very special thing for him to do,” Medders said.
Chase added, “It was really important to me that her dad was there to see it.” After the proposal, they all went to a nearby restaurant for some “good old Southern BBQ” to celebrate the big moment.
Even though they haven’t started planning their wedding yet, they both said, “We’d both really love to get married in Charleston.”
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Jessa Martin is the author of Nogmagazine, A professional in writing by day, and novelist by night, she received her bachelor of arts in film from Howard University and her master of arts in media studies from the New School. A Brooklyn native, she is a lover of naps, cookie dough, and beaches, currently residing in the borough she loves, most likely multitasking.