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Todd and wife Julie Chrisley are living 'every day' like it's their 'last' ahead of prison sentences


Julie Chrisley revealed she and her husband Todd are living ‘every day’ like it’s their ‘last’ after they both received lengthy prison sentences for tax evasion and fraud.

While speaking about how they plan to spend their remaining days before they are  required to voluntarily surrender to authorities on January 15, the couple revealed how they are coping with the reality of having to serve time behind bars. 

On the latest episode of their podcast, Chrisley Confessions, the mom-of-three read a motivational quote from Christian media personality Priscilla Shirer. 

Relying on their faith: Julie Chrisley revealed she and her husband Todd are living 'every day' like it's their 'last' after they both received lengthy prison sentences for tax evasion and fraud; seen in 2017

Relying on their faith: Julie Chrisley revealed she and her husband Todd are living ‘every day’ like it’s their ‘last’ after they both received lengthy prison sentences for tax evasion and fraud; seen in 2017

‘Age is just a number, and since we don’t know our death date, we have to live every day as if it’s our last,’ Julie, 49, recited. 

Her spouse agreed while adding: ‘Yesterday doesn’t matter. Today is what we have. Tomorrow belongs to God, because we’re not promised tomorrow.’ 

‘The difficulties I’m going through, how I handle it — they’re watching that as well,’ Julie said of their kids. ‘If I handle it right, they’re watching; if I screw it up, they’re watching.’

'Age is just a number, and since we don't know our death date, we have to live every day as if it's our last,' Julie, 49, said on their podcast

‘Age is just a number, and since we don’t know our death date, we have to live every day as if it’s our last,’ Julie, 49, said on their podcast

Breaking their silence: Todd, 53, went on to confess that they have 'fallen short' as role models to their children

Breaking their silence: Todd, 53, went on to confess that they have ‘fallen short’ as role models to their children

This inspires her ‘as a parent’ to ‘try to make sure that’ she does the ‘right more than’ the wrong. 

She noted: ‘I know they’re watching, and I know it will prepare them for difficulties, unfortunately, that they will have later in life.’ 

Todd, 53, went on to confess that they have ‘fallen short’ as role models to their children. 

One more month until prison: Earlier this week on their daughter Savannah Chrisley's podcast Unlocked, Julie stated that she 'never' 'intentionally' attempted to do wrong as she reflected on her current legal predicament in a new interview conducted ahead of her sentencing; seen in 2014

One more month until prison: Earlier this week on their daughter Savannah Chrisley’s podcast Unlocked, Julie stated that she ‘never’ ‘intentionally’ attempted to do wrong as she reflected on her current legal predicament in a new interview conducted ahead of her sentencing; seen in 2014

Julie responded: ‘You have to live above your circumstances, you have to know that your circumstances are not forever, that they will eventually change and you’re going to come out the other side, and that you’re going to be given the strength you need to get through it.’

‘But that’s sometimes hard to accept, I think, when you don’t see the light at the end of the tunnel,’ she reflected. 

Still, Todd praised how they have chosen to ‘get up’ amid their ‘dark days.’ 

Trying to stay strong: Julie, a devout Christian, went on to describe taking comfort in her faith as she grappled with her legal struggles

Trying to stay strong: Julie, a devout Christian, went on to describe taking comfort in her faith as she grappled with her legal struggles

Earlier this week on their daughter Savannah Chrisley’s podcast Unlocked, Julie stated that she ‘never’ ‘intentionally’ attempted to do wrong as she reflected on her current legal predicament in a new interview conducted ahead of her sentencing. 

Julie, a devout Christian, went on to describe taking comfort in her faith as she grappled with her legal struggles. 

‘I think about the situation that we’re dealing with right now, and I’m thinking about I’ve never gone out here and hurt a soul,’ Julie said. ‘I have never gone out here and intentionally tried to do anything that I wasn’t supposed to do, and look where I’m standing right now. 

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