Looking back at their estrangement, the podcast host is “not proud of how I have handled everything in my life and handled things publicly when I’m facing adversity.”
“I’m sure that we all would collectively say that we have regrets over certain things, but it is what it is,” she admitted. “There’s also so many things about this journey that have made things very difficult.”
As for where she stands today, Lindsie believes “nothing is worth being estranged from your family.”
“Swallow your pride. Get into your Bible,” she advised listeners. “Have the conversations because that’s all time that I will never be able to get back.”
E! News reached out to Todd’s rep for comment but did not hear back.
Back in June, a federal jury in Atlanta found Todd, 53, and Julie, 49, guilty of conspiring to defraud banks out of more than $30 million of personal loans using false bank statements. They will be sentenced on Oct. 6.
Though the couple face prison time, Todd recently shared that the legal drama has “drawn me closer to my wife.”
“I feel like my marriage—for me personally, internally—is the strongest that I’ve felt it’s ever been,” he said on the July 29 episode of his Chrisley Confessions podcast. “For the first time in my life, I feel like my marriage is feeding a part of me that I didn’t even know was starving.”