Will Madison LeCroy's Wedding Be Televised?

In October 2021, Madison LeCroy of "Southern Charm" got engaged, but will her big day be part of the Bravo reality series? LeCroy, who previously dated her co-star, Austen Kroll, has been a full-time cast member since 2020. 


She shared an Instagram picture with a new beau last summer, followed by a photo of the two in October with the caption, "When you know, you know." Recently, her Instagram even showed her and some loved ones shopping for a wedding dress.

As reported by Us Weekly, LeCroy got engaged to boyfriend Brett Randle after dating for just seven months and falling in love "instantly." Over the years, many Bravolebrities' weddings have been televised, and fans are wondering if this couple will share their nuptials with the world, especially after the ups and downs of LeCroy's relationship with Kroll were featured on "Southern Charm."

Here's what LeCroy had to say.

There will 'not be a film crew' at the wedding, says Madison LeCroy

When asked about featuring her wedding on TV, Madison LeCroy — who has an 8-year-old son, Hudson, with her ex-husband, Josh Hughes — said there will "not be a film crew," per Us Weekly

"I'm gonna try to keep the wedding pretty intimate and about family," she said. "So, I will be showing some sneak peeks of that, but overall, you'll just have to wait until after the wedding day."


The intimacy means that not all of LeCroy's "Southern Charm" co-stars will make the guest list, either. She did share that Whitney Sudler-Smith has met her fiancé, Randle, though. "[He] has hung out with him and said that he was a lovely guy and very genuine and nice," she said. "I appreciate that, because he's like a big brother to me."

Even if the 31-year-old salon owner's big day won't be televised, will her future husband ever appear on TV with her? 

"It's kind of not his thing. He's more of an introvert," LeCroy told Us Weekly. "It takes a special person to put their life out there on television. So, I respect that and am trying to protect him at all costs."