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Thomas Ravenel and Shep Rose discuss Kathryn’s pregnancy on ‘Southern Charm’

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Thomas Ravenel and Shep Rose may be distantly related through the Boykin family line, but the two have more than a relative or two in common. Both “Southern Charm” cast members have been intimate with Kathryn Dennis.

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Fans of “Southern Charm” we left wondering if Kathryn Dennis is pregnant and if so, is the father Thomas Ravenel or Shep Rose. On March 18 Bravo posted of Ravenel and Rose discussing Kathryn Dennis and the possibility that she may be pregnant. Thomas arrives at Shep’s house to discuss Kathryn and the information Kathryn shared with him.

Ravenel begins the conversation by telling Rose that he has something he wants to talk to him about and that subject is Kathryn Dennis. Thomas tells Shep that Kathryn is two weeks late and that she may be pregnant. Thomas Ravenel says to Shep Rose, “I know it’s been about a month since I had sex with her. Been about 30 days, I said, you know, you had your period.” She Rose thinks this is odd, saying, “Why would you ask that? That’s weird.”

Thomas explains to Shep that he bought a pregnancy test for Kathryn but the results came up in error. Ravenel says to Rose, “I don’t know if she’s bulls****ting me or what.” Shep says to Thomas, “Jesus Christ, this all happened today?” Thomas tells Shep that he knows Kathryn “had relations” with Shep and could he be the daddy and not Thomas? Shep says to Thomas, “Nah, this isn’t right man.”

Ravenel asks Rose if Kathryn has talked to him about the possibility that she may be pregnant. “Hell no”, Shep replies. If Kathryn Dennis is pregnant the two friends will need to take a test to determine the paternity of the baby.

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