The Hit TV Show Southern Charm, on Bravo, continues to gain in popularity every single week. In fact, if you found this article you have either watched the show or someone has told you about the show. By the end of the season, it could be one of the most watched TV shows on cable TV. One of the reasons this show is so popular is Kathryn Calhoun Dennis.
The relationship between Thomas Ravenel and Kathryn is very well documented on the show. In fact, over the last few weeks, the intimate discussions and scenes have increased. Is it possible that Thomas will get back together with Kathryn and they will get married. This is something we might see in the next season after this season’s finale.
Do you think the show has taken the drama a little too far when it comes to Kathryn and Thomas? Are they blowing this relationship completely out of proportion?
Would you rather see Kathryn single on the next season of Southern Charm on Bravo? It is sure to be much more entertaining if she is out and about in Charleston looking for another wealthy man. Remember, Kathryn was born with a silver spoon in her mouth as she comes from great wealth.
How Old is Kathryn Calhoun Dennis?
This is a question many people are asking as it is not mentioned on the show or on the Bravo website. Here is the information. She is 24 years old as she was born on August 5, 1992.
From the Bravo website:
“Kathryn Calhoun Dennis was born in Charleston and raised on her family plantation in the countryside surrounding the historical town. With an understanding and a love for both town and country living, Kathryn is the true essence of what it is to be a Southern Belle. Her remarkable pedigree, mapped out in her three names, is a rare culmination of historically significant families. She is the granddaughter of Senator Rembert Coney Dennis, who served 50 years in the South Carolina senate. When he retired in 1989, he left behind a prolific legacy and is known as the last political giant of that era in South Carolina. Kathryn is also a direct descendent of John C. Calhoun, 7th Vice President of the United States under Presidents John Quincey Adams and Andrew Jackson and was part of the “Great Triumvirate” who dominated American politics for much of the first half of the 19th century.”