Southern Charm’s Patricia Altschul pulls no punches once again on season 2 of the hit Bravo show. But the Charleston socialite is not worried in the least about how she’ll be portrayed. She said this in newyorksocialdiary.com:
“I frankly don’t care,”…… “I always say exactly what I think and they can do what they want. I just don’t want them putting up any ugly pictures of me.”
Her son Whitney Sudler-Smith, on the other hand isn’t so aloof. She says he “gets upset because he doesn’t like being portrayed as living with his mother. It drives him crazy. 20-year-olds do that, not 45-year-olds.”
Despite the fact that her son is an Executive Producer Patricia claims she has no idea how the show will be edited. “I can’t see what they edit. They send us a DVD the day before, but that’s it,” she says. “Whitney can’t see it either. If you are talent you can’t have access to the way the show is edited. If the cast did have access it would be a nightmare for the producers to edit.”
Patricia also claims that reports of local criticism were overblown. “Everybody wants to be on it,” she says. “The few people who complain and say they don’t like it do watch it and then they talk about what they don’t like in each episode.”
The show begin filming in August, “which was brutal”, she claims and finished in November.
Pat claims fans have a lot to look forward to this season:
“This year there’s many more story lines, many more events, it’s much more visually interesting. It’s more complex and more fun and there is drama. Last year was nothing but Kathryn sleeping with everybody.”
In addition to Patricia Altschul, and her son Whitney, Thomas Ravenel, Kathryn Dennis, Cameran Eubanks, Craig Conover, Shep Rose, and new comer, Landon Clements will all star on the show.
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