PHOTO: Thomas Ravenel Moves Kids to New City Months After Kathryn Dennis Lost Custody Temporarily as Southern Charm Star Talks Kids

by Emily Campbell
Kathryn Dennis’ Kids Move into New Home With Thomas Ravenel After Southern Charm Star Loses Custody to Ex

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Thomas Ravenel is offering an update on the two children he shares with Kathryn Dennis following their messy custody battle.

As fans have likely heard, the Southern Charm alum was granted temporary primary custody of both Kensie, 6, and Saint, 4, back in March after he took Kathryn back to court after sharing joint custody for more than a year. At the time, the former reality star reportedly told the judge he had plans to move the children to his home in Aiken, South Carolina, and it seems he’s done just that.

Over the weekend, Thomas took to Instagram to share a sweet photo of Kensie playing with an iPad by the window of what appears to be her new bedroom.

“So thrilled to have my daughter in our new home,” he captioned the pic.

Meanwhile, according to The Sun, he also shared a video of both Kensie and Saint jumping into their backyard pool while screaming, “Best Daddy!”

This comes after Kathryn temporarily lost custody of the kids as she now only has supervised visitation with the youngsters every other weekend.

Though the temporary order is under seal, Thomas claimed that Kathryn had neglected and used drugs around the children when he initially filed the request for primary custody.

According to court documents, the former South Carolina treasurer claimed that a mutual friend of his and Kathryn’s had witnessed her using drugs around Kensie and Saint during a trip to North Carolina.

Thomas wrote in the docs, “[The friend] informed me that he witnessed a lot of cocaine use during this trip and that Kathryn had left cocaine within grasp of the children, which he thought was dangerous.”

However, in Kathryn’s court response, she denied the allegation before offering to take a drug test if Thomas “pays for it and takes one as well.”

Then, in March, she called out the South Carolina legal system on Twitter.

“It’s time to start advocating for the people who get manipulated by the legal system. And against those who use the legal system to manipulate,” she wrote on March 23.

Regardless of her and Thomas’ current custody arrangement, Kathryn remains a proud mom as she took to her Instagram page on Monday to speak of her love for her kids.

My necklace says Mama on the front, Kensie on one side and Saint on the other, with Inner Strength close to the heart ♥️ #battlelessons,” wrote Kathryn on August 2 alongside a selfie of herself wearing her necklaces.