Julie and Todd Chrisley seen in Tennessee a day before going to jail for bank fraud and tax evasion

EXCLUSIVE: Last days of freedom: Julie Chrisley fills up her shopping cart with groceries while Todd stops by the post office in ‘prison stripes’ as couple prepare to go their separate ways to jails in Florida and Kentucky TOMORROW

  • Todd, 53, and Julie Chrisley, 49, will report to prison on January 17 to serve their combined 19-year sentence for tax evasion and fraud 
  • DailyMail.com spotted Julie this weekend stopping at three different furniture stores and grocery shopping with her daughter Savannah, 25, and mother Pam Hughes 
  • She stocked up her shopping cart at a Publix with sodas, snacks and laundry detergent, despite being due to report to prison tomorrow to serve a seven-year sentence; Todd will serve for 12 years
  • Todd wore a black and white top – which resembled prison stripes – as he stopped by the post office Thursday

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Todd and Julie Chrisley are continuing their ‘goodbye tour’ around Tennessee before they’re due to report to prison on Tuesday.  

DailyMail.com spotted Julie, 49, this weekend stopping at three different furniture stores and grocery shopping with daughter Savannah, 25, and mother Pam Hughes.  

It was business as usual for Julie, who was dressed casually in an all black velour tracksuit, as she filled her shopping cart at a local Publix with sodas, snacks and laundry detergent. Her hefty grocery haul seems odd considering she’ll be far from her Brentwood, Tennessee, mansion for the next seven years. 

Instead, she’ll be reporting to FMC Lexington in Kentucky tomorrow, while her husband Todd will be reporting to FPC Pensacola to begin their combined 19-year sentence for tax evasion and fraud. 

Prison stripes? Todd wore an appropriate black and white shirt as he went to the post office in Nashville

Todd and Julie Chrisley are continuing their 'goodbye tour' around Tennessee before they're due to report to prison on Tuesday.

Todd and Julie Chrisley are stepping out around Tennessee before they’re due to report to prison on Tuesday. Todd – wearing black and white stripes – went the post office, while Julie went shopping 

Julie filled up her shopping cart at a Publix with sodas, snacks and laundry detergent, despite being due to report to prison tomorrow to serve a seven-year sentence

Julie filled up her shopping cart at a Publix with sodas, snacks and laundry detergent, despite being due to report to prison tomorrow to serve a seven-year sentence

On Sunday, Julie was seen driving back home with Todd in the passenger seat. Both appeared tense

On Sunday, Julie was seen driving back home with Todd in the passenger seat. Both appeared tense 

Julie's hefty grocery haul seems odd considering she'll be far from her Brentwood, Tennessee, mansion for the next seven years

Julie’s hefty grocery haul seems odd considering she’ll be far from her Brentwood, Tennessee, mansion for the next seven years

Julie was dressed casually in an all black velour tracksuit with Nike sneakers as she left a furniture store with daughter Savannah

Julie was dressed casually in an all black velour tracksuit with Nike sneakers as she left a furniture store with daughter Savannah

Julie was dressed casually in an all black velour tracksuit with Nike sneakers as she left a furniture store with daughter Savannah 

The Chrisleys have been out and about in the last few days leading up to their incarceration. It appears they're trying to savor their last moments of freedom

The Chrisleys have been out and about in the last few days leading up to their incarceration. It appears they’re trying to savor their last moments of freedom 

Savannah wore a fun matching black sweat suit, with yellow smiley faces all over, while Pam had on a black vest over a light blue sweater

Savannah wore a fun matching black sweat suit, with yellow smiley faces all over, while Pam had on a black vest over a light blue sweater

Julie stopped at three different furniture stores with daughter Savannah and her mother on Saturday. It's not clear what they're shopping for

Julie stopped at three different furniture stores with daughter Savannah and her mother on Saturday. It’s not clear what they’re shopping for 

For Julie’s outing on Saturday, she stopped at three different furniture stores with daughter Savannah and her mother. 

Savannah wore a fun matching black sweat suit, with yellow smiley faces all over, while Pam had on a black vest over a light blue sweater. 

Julie later stopped at the post office and to a Publix before heading home. On Sunday, Julie was seen driving back home with Todd in the passenger seat. 

The Chrisleys have been out and about in the last few days leading up to their incarceration. 

Todd was seen on Thursday in a black and white striped shirt as he headed into the post office. Julie was right by his side in a gray and green leopard sweater. 

They brought their two youngest children Grayson, 16, and Chloe, 10, along for the ride. 

None of the Chrisleys cracked a smile on this outing, with Grayson looking somber in a white cap and black tracksuit. 

Todd is set to begin his sentence at FPC Pensacola, a minimum-security prison in Florida long known for being one of the cushiest prisons in the country

Todd is set to begin his sentence at FPC Pensacola, a minimum-security prison in Florida long known for being one of the cushiest prisons in the country

Todd was ordered to serve 12 years in prison, and Julie to serve seven, with a 16-month probation period for both upon their release

Todd was ordered to serve 12 years in prison, and Julie to serve seven, with a 16-month probation period for both upon their release

None of the Chrisleys cracked a smile on this outing, with Grayson, 16, looking somber in a white cap and black tracksuit

None of the Chrisleys cracked a smile on this outing, with Grayson, 16, looking somber in a white cap and black tracksuit

And just the day before, exclusive DailyMail.com photos showed the Chrisleys enjoying what could be their last meal as a family. 

The couple went out to lunch with daughters Savannah and Chloe, son Chase and his fiancée Emmy Medders, and Todd’s mother Faye. 

The reality show family had lunch at Taqueria del Sol, where they were seen greeting each other with warm hugs and smiles before sitting outside on a canopy covered deck.

Notably absent from the goodbye tour was Todd’s daughter Lindsie, 33, despite her showing support earlier this week when she was seen leaving a courthouse in Atlanta after her father and stepmother’s bond was denied.

 DailyMail.com revealed last month that Lindsie filed a report against her father and gave a lengthy interview to the FBI, sharing shocking allegations of harassment, physical violence and blackmail against her famous family. 

The reality show family had lunch at Taqueria del Sol, where they were seen greeting each other with warm hugs and smiles before sitting outside on a canopy covered deck

The reality show family had lunch at Taqueria del Sol, where they were seen greeting each other with warm hugs and smiles before sitting outside on a canopy covered deck 

Todd greeted son Chase's fiancée Emmy Medders with a hug and smile before sitting outside on a canopy covered deck with the rest of his family

Todd greeted son Chase’s fiancée Emmy Medders with a hug and smile before sitting outside on a canopy covered deck with the rest of his family

Julie gave her daughter Savannah a kiss as they left the restaurant. It's one of the last time she'll see her mother before she begins her prison sentence

Julie gave her daughter Savannah a kiss as they left the restaurant. It’s one of the last time she’ll see her mother before she begins her prison sentence 

Chase had on black track paints, but with a white long sleeve shirt as he held hands with Medders, who was in a black cap, leggings and jacket

Chase had on black track paints, but with a white long sleeve shirt as he held hands with Medders, who was in a black cap, leggings and jacket

Chrisley Knows Best first hit the air in 2014 and in May 2022, was renewed. This came just a month before the couple was convicted by a federal journey

Chrisley Knows Best first hit the air in 2014 and in May 2022, was renewed. This came just a month before the couple was convicted by a federal journey  

Todd and Julie were found guilty on federal charges of bank fraud and tax evasion and submitting false documents to banks to take out loans, reportedly more than $30 million worth, to finance their opulent lifestyle.

They also used a production company to hide income from the IRS, lawyers argued.

Todd was ordered to serve 12 years in prison, and Julie to serve seven, with a 16-month probation period for both upon their release.

Julie will swap her closets of designer clothes for a full khaki uniform at the Kentucky prison.

Todd is set to begin his sentence at FPC Pensacola, a minimum-security prison in Florida long known for being one of the cushiest prisons in the country.

But despite its reputation, the disgraced Chrisley Knows Best star will still be forced to live within a strict schedule that will see him waking at 4.45am daily, making his bed with military precision, and working a prison job all morning and into the afternoon.

The star will be allowed up to five visitors at a time during evening visiting hours on Fridays, and during the day on weekends.

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