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Taylor Ann Green Addresses Her Current Relationship Status
The Southern Charm cast member opens up about where things stand with her longtime boyfriend.
Southern Charm's Taylor Ann Green opened up about where she currently stands with longtime boyfriend Shep Rose during her appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Thursday, August 11.
"What is the current status of your relationship?" Andy Cohen asked the Southern Charm cast member during Thursday's episode of WWHL, to which she responded, "We are not together."
From there, she also confirmed that they had not been living together at the time of the break, noting, "I have my own place."
Taylor and Shep were dating for a couple of years before sharing even more of their relationship with viewers on the current Season 8 of Southern Charm, which has followed the ups and downs of Taylor and Shep's relationship.
During the August 11 episode of Southern Charm, Shep opened up about marriage, sharing during Thursday's episode (clip below), "I don't want to get married ‘cause I don't want to get a divorce. I don't want to be a failure in marriage."
During an interview featured in the August 11 episode, he added, "I come from a family where literally there's zero divorce, so the bar is high. If you fail at marriage, you failed at something. That's not something anybody wants to say they did."
Taylor addressed that comment during her appearance in the WWHL Clubhouse on Thursday, Taylor told Andy that Shep may have certain feelings about not wanting to get married "definitely" due to him not wanting to be the first person in his family to get divorced.
Also, during Taylor's Clubhouse appearance, Andy asked her, "With more time, would Shep have come to the decision that he wanted to get married, do you think?" to which Taylor responded, "Yeah, absolutely."
You can hear more from Taylor about her relationship status, by pressing play on the WWHL video at the top of the post and below.