Last season on Southern Charm, Landon Clements told co-star Shep Rose that she was “in love” with him, a confession that nearly made Shep do a spit take. It’s been over a year since that moment went down, and no relationship formed between the pair. Still, Landon tells ET she’s “still in love” with the 36-year-old entrepreneur.
“I’ll always be in love with Shep,” she admits. “He feels very much the same way, but it's just different kinds of love. Do I want to have his babies and pick up after him for the rest of my life? Not really.”
“I don’t think I could handle it,” Landon says of a full-time relationship with her playboy co-star. “I think we would kill each other, to be honest!”
“It's almost like I would never date somebody that I like,” Shep shared with ET when we visited him at home back in March.
“It's like, I don't want to put you through hell,” he added. “I like you!”
“Isn’t that dark and weird?” Landon asks, with a laugh.
“I am evolved from wanting someone like Shep,” she confesses. “I mean, I love him and it does seem like it just makes sense for us to be together, but honestly, it's just our relationship the way it is, is so great.”
“We're so open and honest,” she notes. “I would hate to lose that rapport, because we tried to do something romantical.”
For now, Landon is single. Despite what it looks like on the show this season, she and Thomas Ravenel are not meant to be, either.
“Thomas and I are really good friends,” she tells ET. “I’ve known him forever-ever. He is just more like a family member, an uncle or a cousin or something. We’ve never crossed those lines and we never will.”