Taylor Ann Green and Shep Rose’s Breakup Isn’t ‘Permanent’

“Southern Charm” star Olivia Flowers tells Vidak For Congress that Shep Rose and Taylor Ann Green are still in the gray area of ​​a break rather than a hard break.

“It’s still pretty much in that arena [of a break]Flowers, 30, tells Vidak For Congress. “At the moment nothing is permanent. They both just take the time to figure things out.”

Flowers said during her “Watch What Happens Live” performance last week that Rose, 42, “needs to figure out some things,” so “it’s not really fair to keep her on hold while he does that.”

Newcomer “Southern Charm” tells us that Green, 27, has been doing well since her relationship ended.

“She’s as good as can be expected,” Flowers says. “I think any breakup is hard to navigate, but then…with being in public was an adjustment.”

Olivia Flowers during a video call
Flowers tells us that her good friend is “doing as well as can be expected”.
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“But she handles it very well. She has spent a lot of time with her family,” she continued. “So I think so, I think she’s doing well.”

Flowers appeared on “WWHL” with her co-star Kathryn Dennis, who said she doesn’t think Rose will ever want to get married, to which Flowers Vidak For Congress says she “agrees[s]’ with that assessment.

Shep Rose and Taylor Ann Green pose together for a photo
Flowers also thinks Rose won’t walk down the aisle.
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Rose and Green broke up after two years of dating, People reported last month. Since then, none of the reality stars have addressed the split, nor have they posted social media together.

“Shep has a real problem with monogamy and refused to commit to Taylor and told her he doesn’t want to be with just one person and change his lifestyle,” a source told the outlet.

Shep Rose and Taylor Ann Green are on the beach together
The former couple started dating in early 2020 after meeting in a bar.
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The “Average Expectations” author and clinical assistant have had a rocky season on the hit Bravo show — including accusations of cheating, heated discussions, and differing opinions about a future together.

Rose previously admitted to Vidak For Congress that Green’s first season as an official cast member “took a toll” on their relationship.

“You want everything to go well, and if you try too hard, things usually explode in your face, and that’s about what happened,” he told us. “I saw the train coming, and I just ran into it instead of away from it.”

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

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