Bravo’s “Southern Charm” star Taylor Ann Green’s brother, Richard Worthington Green, has suddenly passed away at the age of 36!
Their sister Catie Green took to Instagram to share the news sharing:
“You are the best big brother I could have ever asked for. This family will never be the same. I love you to the moon and back.”
Taylor shared with DailyMail:
“Worth left this world on top of the world – he had a beautiful passion for life and cared deeply for those around him. We are going to miss his jovial personality and all of the love and laughter that he brought his family, girlfriend and countless friends.
Heartbroken is an understatement, but we are finding so much peace knowing he is in the arms of our Heavenly Father. We kindly ask for privacy at this time.”
Sending our love to Taylor and her family at a tough time like this.
Taylor returns to “Southern Charm” for Season 9 soon.
Southern Charm” is produced by Haymaker East with Aaron Rothman, Josh Halpert, Jessica Chesler, Morgan Miller, Whitney Sudler-Smith, Bryan Kestner, Jason Weinberg and Jason Newman serving as executive producers.
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