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Madison LeCroy Opens Up on Her Husband Brett Randle's Job and His Role as a Stepfather
Get all the details from the Southern Charm Season 9 premiere, including why they live long-distance part of the month.
Madison LeCroy has made a serious change to her relationship status after filming wrapped on Southern Charm Season 8. In November 2022, the hairdresser tied the knot with her fiancé of just over a year, Brett Randle, in an intimate ceremony in Mexico.
On the Southern Charm Season 9 premiere, which aired on September 14, the newlywed formally introduced viewers (and the rest of the Charm-ers!) to her husband, who is now appearing on the show.
She also opened up about the reason why the two are currently doing long-distance in their marriage, and how Brett has adjusted to being a stepparent to her son, Hudson.
What is Brett Randle's job?
Though Brett and Madison are living in newlywed bliss, the two aren't able to actually live together full-time at the moment. As Madison revealed during the Southern Charm Season 9 premiere, Brett is a first responder whose job is based on the West Coast.
"Brett is a chief firefighter," she explained. "It's a great job, but it's in California, so he's gone for about three days, home for eight. So, I want to make sure that every time Brett comes home, he feels like I've made it special."
Madison LeCroy's Marriage Update
The mom of one makes things "special" for her husband by trying to emulate a certain TV personality.
"I'm not kidding you right now, but I'm trying to be Martha Stewart," Madison said in an interview on the Season 9 premiere. "Like, that is my goal."
When a producer pointed out that this is a new approach for Madison, the Southern Charm cast member said, "Well, Madison is different these days."
Brett Randle's Role as a Stepfather
While Madison is adjusting to being a wife by taking a page out of Martha Stewart's book, Brett is also getting used to his new job: being a stepfather.
On the premiere, Brett and Hudson played outside together, and Madison opened up about her blended family.
"Listen, I mean, I've been a single mom for seven years, so to see Hudson and Brett play together means the world to me," she said in an interview.
Madison isn't the only one who is enjoying having Brett around.
"Brett's just a family guy. This is the first time that my son has had this family, you know," she added. "Like, his dad is very involved, but to have us all in the house and be together and [in] that unit, I think he really does love that."
See more from Madison and Brett by watching new episodes of Southern Charm on Thursdays at 9/8c on Bravo or the next day on Peacock. Plus, see Brett meet Madison's ex-boyfriend Austen Kroll for the first time by watching the video at the top of this post.