SOUTHERN Charm's Kathryn Dennis shares sweet pics of her 5-year-old son, Saint, and daughter, Kensie, six, after losing custody of them.
The reality star, 30, beamed with pride as she posed with her kids during a recent supervised visit.
She sat on the outside porch stairs of a home as Kensie stood behind her and Saint sat snuggled up safely on his mom's lap.
Kathryn also wore a denim jacket with an embroidered heart, which read "Saint."
They all smiled happily towards the camera as Kathryn said she felt "healed."
"The soul is healed by being with children. -Fyodor Dostoevsky #truth #myhappyplace," Kathryn captioned the cute post.
The Southern Charm star was embroiled in a custody battle wither her husband, Thomas Ravenel.
Kathryn ended up losing her rights after her Thomas accused her of drug abuse and neglect, which she has denied.
She recently broke down in tears because she admitted to "missing her babies."
The Bravolebrity concluded with a pic of her tear-strewn face: "But some days it be like that…"
Kathryn recently spoke candidly about what she’s been going through lately without her kids, sharing on Instagram: “There will be a lot more difficult times than good times when you are without your kids."
In August, Kathryn slammed the "family court system" as "exhausting" after Thomas won full custody.
Kathryn noted: "It is exhausting to constantly defend yourself from someone who is trying to change reality – it can even make you question what you know happened, or what is true.
"It can be exhausting to live two lives: One for your children and for the world (everything is fine), and the other where you are beaten down by the family court system. We see you and we stand with you. You are not alone."
Thomas recently shared a snap of his and Kathryn's daughter sitting on a bench by the window and looking at her iPad captioned: "So thrilled to have my daughter in our new home."
The dad also shared a video of Kensie and Saint running and jumping into the Aiken, South Carolina home's backyard pool as they screamed: "Best Daddy!"
The Sun previously revealed Kathryn temporarily lost custody of their two children, as she now has supervised visitation every other weekend.
A source claimed to The Sun: “She has supervised visitation during the day Saturday and Sunday every other weekend."
The insider continued Thomas planned to move to Aiken with the children this summer, as he proposed his plan to the judge when requesting full custody.
The Sun confirmed the temporary order was filed by the court in February.
Kathryn filed a motion to seal the custody battle in December, which was approved, a clerk for the South Carolina courthouse previously confirmed to The Sun.
With the temporary order under seal, reasons for the custody loss are not available.
A rep and lawyer for Kathryn declined to respond to The Sun's request for comment at the time.
The Sun broke Thomas’ request to change their custody agreement from joint to primary custody, as he cited Kathryn’s alleged drug abuse and neglect, which she denied.
In South Carolina court records obtained by The Sun, Thomas claimed a mutual friend told him about a recent trip he took to North Carolina with Kathryn, her boyfriend Chleb Ravenell, Kensie, Saint, and others.
Thomas claimed the friend said: “He 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.”
Kathryn alleged in her court response: “I do not use cocaine so naturally I have not left any out for our children to access.”
She also agreed to take a drug test as long as Thomas “pays for it and takes one as well.”
Kathryn previously lost full custody of the children in 2016 and entered rehab after she tested positive for marijuana.
In 2018, Kathryn filed for primary custody of the kids after Thomas was arrested and charged with assault and battery in the second degree.
The couple’s former nanny, Dawn, accused him of sexual assault in 2018.
Thomas pleaded guilty to third-degree assault and battery charges. He received a 30-day suspended sentence and was ordered to pay a $500 fine.
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