"Southern Charm" returns in less than two weeks, but Bravo has released a 10-minute preview for those of you champing at the bit.
The first few minutes are a recap of last season and the rest is a glorious peek at the shenanigans and debauchery that await come March 16.
Here's what you can look forward to:
Cameran talks about her outdoor Southern wedding and life as a married gal. She's also continuing to work as a real estate agent, although she's sharing an office with her mom with questionable Wifi. Not ideal. Thomas and Kathryn are busy taking care of their new little bundle of joy, Kensington. The little tyke is adorable, if much more than the couple bargained for when they began a rocky relationship last season. As T-Rav says, "Taking the baby to town is a bigger production than taking 14 horses to the Hamptons." We can totally relate, T-Rav. Thomas announces his campaign for Senate to a deadpan cast. The awkwardness harks back to his "glass menagerie" speech at season one's dinner party. We know how the campaign turns out (not well) but it should still be entertaining to watch what Bravo captures. Kathryn seems to be struggling to balance being a new mom, hostessing parties and keeping T-Rav's dinner warm. We don't blame her. T-Rav drives her nuts by flirting with women in front of her, slapping her butt in public and shooting a campaign video with dancing ladies. Again, we don't blame her.
Whitney and Shep move into a beach house together while Shep's new house is being built. The two are a little old to be beach bums, but it is Whitney and Shep...
Basically, it looks like the season can be summed up in Cameran's wise narrating words (per usual): "Everyone gets a ticket on the Hot Mess Express." See for yourself