Alexus Whilby is a musician and American television personality. She is best known for appearing in the USA Network's hit reality television show Chrisley Knows Best.
She is also an American businesswoman who is co-owner and director of Home Design and Business Development. However, among people, she is mostly known as the wife of former reality television star Kyle Chrisley, the son of top businessman Todd Chrisley.
Alexus Whilby was born in 1991, in Atlanta, Georgia, the United States. She is 29 years old as of March 2021.
She stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches (174 centimeters) and moderate weight of 62 kilograms.
Alexus joined middle Georgia College and graduated from the University of Oglethorpe.
Alexus Whilby is a co-owner and director of Home Design and Business Development. Though her real financial status is not revealed, she definitely earns six figures-most of her revenue is from her business projects.
She is also a musician and along with her husband has made a musical duo “Lexi & Kyle Chrisley" and their first single Shame on You was a big hit.
Her husband is estimated to have a net worth of $500k.
Alexus was born to African-American parents who had Jamaican roots. She was raised alongside her sister named Amber Pyratt. Sadly, her father died on 20 August 2017.
Whilby is an introverted person who does not have many friends. Rather than hanging out with friends, she spends most of her time with her husband or makes music.
She does have an Instagram account to connect with her fans. Currently, she has more than 900 followers.
Alexus and Kyle Chrisley first met when the former was in a drug recovery facility. Alexus actually helped him start over and give his life a new meaning and perspective.
Prior, Kyle was in a relationship with Angela Victoria Johnson and the two also had a baby girl. The duo broke up following Kyle's drug addiction.
As of now, Kyle is drug-free and gives most of the credit to his lady love. After dating for some time, the pair got married in the year 2014 at a private ceremony.