Madison LeCroy Reveals Why Her Fiancé Brett Randle Won’t Appear on Season 8, and Why the Cast Isn’t Invited to Her Wedding on ‘Southern Charm’
Madison LeCroy has revealed that viewers will not see her romance with fiancé Brett Randle on Season 8 of Southern Charm because she wants to protect their relationship.
Months after her public breakup with Austen Kroll in seasons 6 and 7, LeCroy got engaged to Randle.
Trying to navigate her relationship with Kroll on reality television most likely taught LeCroy some hard lessons.
As a result, she claims that Randle will be invisible to viewers.
She also revealed that the couple plans to marry in 2022 and explained why none of the Southern Charm cast members will be invited.
LeCroy spoke about the upcoming season on Instagram Live.
“I’m not going to be on Southern Charm with my fiancé.”
She said, “I hate to say that.”
“But it’s just not his thing,” she says.
I also want this to work.”
“I believe that keeping that private was the best decision I could have made,” she added.
“And I adore him, and I despise the fact that if people were to be cruel to him, I would go insane.”
So we’re going to stay away from it and keep our love to ourselves.
And without the opinions of all the haters.
Advising me on how to handle my relationship.”
Randle proposed to LeCroy in October 2021, and she said he surprised her.
She told People, “I honestly wasn’t expecting it that day.”
“We traveled a lot this summer, and I figured it would happen around that time.”
“The next thing you know, we’re back home, and my son’s over here jumping around, and I turn around, and my fiancé is down on one knee and proposing to me in my living room,” she continued.
“It was so personal.
I’ve been crying uncontrollably with joy.
LeCroy said she planned to have a small, intimate wedding with only her family, but she didn’t mention anyone from the Southern Charm cast.
“I guess a lot of people want to know when I’m getting married.”
She said on Instagram Live, “I mean, I’d marry him tomorrow.”
“However, I do want to ensure that our families, particularly our parents, are able to attend.”
As a result