Last week’s episode of Southern Charm 2016 titled,”Whit’s End,” began when Craig confronted Whitney about his past relationship with Kathryn, which left Whitney angry and the rest of the group with mixed emotions. Meanwhile, back in Charleston, Kathryn alerted Thomas that her induction date was moved up three weeks. Although, when Thomas accepted an invite from Whitney to attend a boys’ trip to LA, Kathryn became fed up with his lack of empathy and refused to speak with him. Once Craig returned home, he met with Cameran alone to talk about his problems with Whitney, but when Craig saw what defending Kathryn was doing to his friendships, he vowed to mind his own business from now on.
Warning: This post contains spoilers from last night’s episode of Southern Charm 2016, so stop reading if you don’t want to know what happened.
On last night’s episode of Southern Charm 2016 titled,”Saints and Sinners,” JD urged Thomas to get a paternity test once Kathryn gave birth to his son, while Craig made an irresponsible decision to attend a boys’ trip to LA with Shep and Whitney instead of tending to his duties at work. Landon finally confessed to Cameran that she had feelings for Shep, while Shep’s usual charm fell flat with the ladies in LA. As Kathryn and Thomas prepared for their son’s birth, Craig left JD to set up by himself for the Gentry Bourbon launch event at the Charleston Cup. Finally, Thomas and Kathryn welcomed their new son St. Julien Rembert Ravenel into the world. Let’s take a look at the top 5 moments from last night’s episode of Southern Charm 2016.
5. JD Urged Thomas to get a Paternity Test
After a much-needed game of polo, Thomas and JD sat down to sample some of JD’s new bourbon that he was launching soon. While in conversation, Thomas informed JD that his son was being born early next week, but JD didn’t know whether to be excited or nervous for Thomas. In JD’s opinion, it seemed very peculiar that Kathryn moved up her due date all of a sudden. Also, Kathryn was dating other people at the time she got pregnant with this child, so JD thought it was a good idea for Thomas to get a paternity test when the baby was born. Although, Thomas didn’t feel the same way. With this baby, Thomas now felt he fulfilled the family obligation to carry on the Ravenel name, so no matter what, this baby boy was his child. I’m glad Thomas stood his ground on this one. Call Kathryn what you want, but I’m pretty sure she would want her child to know his right father.