Kathryn Dennis And Patricia Altschul Want To Show The World What 'Strong, Empowered' Women Look Like On Season 6 Of Southern Charm
Southern Charm will soon be returning to Bravo for Season 6, and star Patricia Altschul is letting fans know that it will definitely be one to watch. Whitney Sudler-Smith’s mom recently told her fans on Twitter that this season will be all about the women.
“Please watch the upcoming season of Southern Charm to see strong, empowered women in action,” wrote Altschul.
Late last year, while the cast was in the middle of filming , Kathryn Dennis announced that she was starting a new children’s furniture line named after her two kids, Kensie + Saint. Dennis broke the news on Instagram, saying that she feels blessed to have the opportunity to pour herself into her passion the same way she has poured herself into her children.
For the business venture, Dennis is teaming up with a woman named Donna Steele from the home goods boutique Opulence By Steele to “create one of a kind, functional furniture, that your children will enjoy for years and years.”
According to The Daily Dish, Dennis is preparing to launch her new company’s website. And, they have also started an Instagram page that features pieces like the Kensie ottoman for a nursery or living room, and an arts and crafts island topped with white marble. The piece is kid-height and filled with drawers, making it the perfect centerpiece for a basement or playroom.
Dennis says that her pieces are high-end furniture that will grow with your child, and it is also made in the USA.
As for the new season of Southern Charm , star Shep Rose said during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live back in January that it will be “tantalizing, to say the least.” And, host Andy Cohen said that after watching all of the social media posts from the cast during hiatus, he is “excited” for the new season.
One person that won’t be around for Season 6 is Thomas Ravenel, who was fired after his arrest for misdemeanor assault. He is currently waiting for his day in court for the assault case, and he is also battling Dennis for custody of their kids.
He has also sued Bravo and Southern Charm’s production company in an attempt to keep his kids off of the show and to make sure their custody case won’t be a part of Dennis’ storyline for the upcoming season.
Kathryn Dennis’ drama is sure to play out on new episodes of Southern Charm when they return to Bravo this spring.