AceShowbiz - Kathryn Dennis is not letting the nasty custody battle she's been going through with ex Thomas Ravenel stopping her from finding a new boyfriend. The "Southern Charm" star has recently made her relationship with country singer Hunter Price Instagram official by sharing on the photo-sharing platform a picture of them cuddling.
The black-and-white picture saw Dennis leaning towards the former "America's Got Talent" contestant as she rested her head on one of her hand. She simply captioned the image with a black heart emoji. Fans then began asking who Hunter was, with the reality TV star replying to one follower, "My person," pretty much confirming their romance.
Some of her "Southern Charm" co-stars couldn't hold back their excitement, Naomie Olindo commented on the post, "OoOoOoOoO insta offish," to which Dennies answered, "right?!" She then added, "[email protected]$ wHeN u KnO iT$ [email protected] amirite??"
Price later posted the same photo on his own account, also captioning the shot with a black heart emoji.
Her new romance is surely good news for fans of Dennis, as she is currently in a bitter custody battle with Ravenel after their split. Last October, the former filed documents to get primary custody of her two kids after Thomas was arrested for battery and assault. She accused him of relying on full-time nanies to provide for their kids. In addition, she claimed in the documents that Ravenel had "personality disorder of some tupe."
Ravenel then filed a counterclaim in November, denying Dennis' accusations. The former politician then accused the TV star of using their kids for story lines on "Southern Charm" in addition to saying that his former girlfriend "habitually leaves the minor children with their maternal grandmother so [she] can party and socialize."
Earlier this month, Ravenel accused Dennis of buying drugs from the Bravo show's producers. In response, the latter hit back by requesting Revenel to testify under oath about his alleged drug use after he previously accused her ex of having substance abuse issue.