‘Southern Charm’ stars Shep Rose and Taylor Ann Green split

Another relationship has gone south.

“Southern Charm” stars Shep Rose and Taylor Ann Green split after dating for two years, according to People.

Insiders told the outlet that Rose has “a real problem with monogamy” that contributed to the relationship’s demise.

“[He] refused to commit to Taylor, telling her he doesn’t want to be with just one person and change his lifestyle,” a source said.

“She is incredibly hurt, but she knows she deserves a man who will fight for her, not someone so selfish,” added another, claiming that Rose “would regret this”.

Representatives for Rose, 42, and Green, 27, did not immediately respond to Vidak For Congress’s requests for comment.

The author of ‘Average Expectations’ tried to cheat on Green during last season’s reunion.

“It was an old flame and I kissed a girl in a stairwell, but that was it,” he told host Andy Cohen at the time, adding that “there were some text messages” he exchanged with another woman.

Rose reportedly had “a real problem with monogamy,” according to an insider.
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In an episode that aired this season, Green—who seemingly forgave Rose for those indiscretions—was particularly troubled by his reaction to her pregnancy anxiety.

“You’re going to high five about my pain and misery? You didn’t even ask how I felt,” she told Rose during a tense scene.

“You just thought, ‘Oh no, there was a scare. What am I going to do?’ Like, you never really said, ‘If anything ever happened, you can rely on me.’”

Green went on to say she was concerned about her future with Rose, admitting he wasn’t a “safe bet” for her.

“If I were pregnant, I’d want the rightful steps to be taken, and that would be a marriage,” Green said in a confession, acknowledging Rose’s vocal disinterest in tying the knot. “But I don’t know how much he would do the trick, which is really s-ty.”

Shep Rose and Taylor Ann Green on the "Southern charm" trailer
The two dated for two years before going their separate ways.

Rose reacted rather coldly to Green’s concerns about settling down.

“The minute you tell me to do something a certain way, I’ll do the exact opposite…but I want you,” he said.

Rose hit it off with Green after she joked about shark sex on a night out at Sullivan’s Island bar in South Carolina. The two became Instagram official in May 2020.

Just days ago, Madison LeCroy and Venita Aspen from the “Southern Charm” personalities exclusively told Vidak For Congress that they didn’t see Rose and Green going all the way.

“Taylor likes Shep more than Shep loves Taylor,” said Aspen, 28, while LeCroy, 31, agreed, explaining that Green had “rule No. 1 wrong.”

“Always take a man who loves you more,” she advised.

Shep Rose and Taylor Ann Green pose at a soccer game
“He’s going to regret this,” another source said of Rose’s decision.

Aspen also told us that Green is “halfway through” in love and “would do anything for Shep anytime,” while Rose is “something like ‘Whatever’.”

Rose previously admitted to Vidak For Congress that he and Green had some hiccups while filming season 8 of “Southern Charm.”

“[This season] took my toll [relationship],” he said. “It was just hard. I mean, when you’re filming too, there’s a little bit of anxiety. You want everything to go well, and if you try too hard, things usually explode inside you. face, and that’s about what happened. I saw the train coming, and I just ran into it instead of running away from it.”

“Southern Charm” airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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