"She goes, 'Well, no, go to our house in Turks,'" Savannah recalled. "So she and her husband graciously opened up their home to us, and it just reminded me what awesome people I have in my life and people that just love on us and they see tough times."
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Savannah explained that she gets emotional talking about the challenges of not having her mom and dad at home, but feels thankful to be able to rely on the "Got What I Got" singer and his wife.
"To see the people around me that have loved us and cared about us, it made me realize that family isn't just blood," the reality star shared. "You can have a family that you weren't born into. And for me, those are friends. Those are friends who show up like family show up. And for that, I'm so grateful."