Looks like love is in the air for Chelsea Meissner. The Southern Charm pal is dating a special sailor, Nick Dana, who has won her heart, as she recently confirmed to The Daily Dish. She spills a bit more about him in the video above, if getting more intel on this lucky guy is your thing. And we do know there is one thing we know for sure: Cameran Eubanks approves. "He's hot!" she noted with all of her BFF enthusiasm.
Chelsea has even posted a photo with the hunky fella, and we have to say, Cameran's not wrong when it comes to her assessment of his appeal. Cameran also used Instagram as a venue for her to express how hot he really is: "So happy you found your STALLION!" she commented on the photo of the couple. Chelsea's response? "Sometimes life just gives you the lemonade."
Following her romance with Austen Kroll last season, Chelsea definitely shared her very relaxed take on what she expected next from her love life during an episode of the Southern Charm After Show this season, noting: "If something comes along, great."
She also made it clear in a chat with The Daily Dish last month where things currently stand with ex, Austen: "No, we're just buddies ... It's not like that anymore."
She added, "Austen and I have gotten close throughout the past two seasons, and I just think that it's hard for both of us to kind of back out of each other's lives when he started dating a friend of mine. But at the end of the day, I just want the best for him, whatever makes him happy, and I think he thinks the same for me. We're just good friends."
Austen also offered his take on where things stand with Chelsea on a recent episode of The Daily Dish podcast, below. -Additional reporting by Laura Rosenfeld[/embed_code_other]
More from Chelsea and Cameran on her love life, below.
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