The Bravolebrities went through a nasty custody battle throughout 2019, arguing over their two children, Kensie, 5, and Saint, 3 but put their bitterness aside for the holiday.
Kathryn, 28, and Thomas, 57, watched as their offspring opened up all of their presents on December 25.
“Our faces,” Kathryn captioned a photograph showing Thomas sitting around focusing on the children and their gifts.
Thomas recently told RadarOnline.com exclusively about his co-parenting situation with Kathryn.
“I am happy a custody agreement has been reached,” he said on December 17. “The kids are thriving, and I’m pleased with it.”
Radar readers know that Kathryn was given a hefty raise for the upcoming season of Southern Charm, which was put on hold until January 2020.
She was given a bump to “$480,000 for the 16-episode season,” a source previously dished about her lucrative paycheck.
Producers were scrambling to create new story lines since Thomas’ departure from the hit series.
“Bravo is searching for new cast members and there are just not any story lines that they really want to cover right now,” an insider snitched.
“The drama just wasn’t there last season and the show is in trouble,” the source told Radar.
Scroll through the gallery to see how Kathryn and Thomas successfully co-parented over the holidays.
“No idea how families get all of these perfect family photos. This is our version,” Kathryn captioned photos with her children in silly poses.
Kathryn and her son and daughter all wore matching red outfits for the holiday.
Thomas was wearing a long-sleeved shirt as he and Kathryn watched their children open presents as a family on December 25.
After their contentious custody battle was settled, Thomas was awarded primary custodian of Kensie and Saint, while he shares joint legal custody with Kathryn.
Thomas spent the day after Christmas in the park with his children, writing, “Love nature!” as they rode on a paddle boat together.
Kathryn and Thomas are banned from allowing their children to watch Southern Charm, according to the court documents. “The parties shall use their best efforts to not expose the minor children to age-inappropriate/violent conduct, language, TV, videos, movies, books, or materials of any kind. This restraint specifically prohibits either parent from granting the children permission to watch any episode or reunion show of Southern Charm. This restraint expires on each child's 13 birthday,” AllAboutTheTea.com reported.