Kody Brown is believed to be closer with Robyn Brown his fourth wife, despite the fact that he has split from Christine Brown.
On Tuesday, “Sister Wives,” star of the show took to Instagram to announce that she and the patriarch of her family have decided to quit after 25 years.
“The other wives can’t compete against Robyn,” a source alleged to Us Weekly on Thursday, adding he treats her “like a queen and takes care of her.”
“They act like they’re still newlyweds,” the insider alleged. “They’re still very much in love.”
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One source also claimed that it wouldn’t be surprising if his first wife, Meri Brown, followed in Christine’s footsteps.
“She and Kody have had zero relationship – it’s all fake,” the insider alleged to the outlet. “They’re together for TV, essentially. Meri is very close to her children, and she goes with them everywhere they go.
“… Now that Christine’s gone, [the split] might be something that’s able to happen without the contract ending,” the insider added.
Christine said that Brown and she had “grown apart”.
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Kody, 49 years old, released a statement saying that Kody had separated from her after more than 25 year of marriage. “We will continue to be a strong presence in each other’s lives as we parent our beautiful children and support our wonderful family. We ask you to be kind and generous with us as we go through this phase in our lives.
Brown, 52 years old, took to Instagram as well and posted his own statement.
“Christine’s decision to leave comes with a great deal of sadness,” he wrote. She wrote, “We had many wonderful years together. I have great respect for and admiration of her.” While we’re moving on to different things, we will still be parents.
Six children were born to the couple: Paedon, 23-year-old, and Aspyn and Aspyn 26-years old, Mykelti and Aspyn respectively; Truely and Truely are 20 years apart.
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People magazine reports that Christine was born in 1994 to the Brown family. Brown was married at the time to Meri Brown. Janelle Brown was her second husband. Robyn was Robyn’s fourth wife.
According to the outlet, Brown had been legally married only to Meri (50 years old), but they divorced on paper in order for him and Robyn (43) to wed. Brown believes he is spiritually married with all of his wives.
TLC released a teaser video recently that showed the woman quarantining in their own homes during the coronavirus pandemic. The patriarch, on the other hand, travels between different houses. The new season follows the family’s move to Flagstaff, Arizona.
Christine described her marital struggle last season.
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She said, “I was willing to relocate to Flagstaff. I also followed Kody there. But it has been difficult all the time.” “I get tired of being treated as if I’m not important. He is not there for me when I need him. It’s just that I am tired. A partnership is what I’m looking for. This is not what I want.
In 2015, Meri revealed that she’d been catfished after entering into an online relationship with someone she thought was a man. The person was actually a female admirer. Brown and Meri began therapy to help them deal with their emotions. In April, however, the patriarch declared that he had stopped wanting to be in intimate relationship with Meri.
“We went a couple of years, a lot of counseling, figuring things out, and as we went through this process, I’m looking for a spark – something to initiate some form of desire for a relationship with each other,” said Brown, as quoted by People magazine. And it never came to fruition.”
However, Brown said “there’s always a chance” the pair could come back together in the future.”
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“My discussion with Meri right now isn’t about me telling Meri that she has to have a divorce with me, that she has to leave,” he explained. “I’m not doing that. It is not something that I would do. My faith doesn’t allow me to, my conscience doesn’t allow me to. And because I haven’t done that, there’s always a chance that we might actually get back together into full fellowship.”
Brown’s “Sister Wives,” aims to demonstrate how Brown and his family manage life in an environment that shuns their way of living. They share 18 children. This series has been running since 2010.
Bigamy is the act of marrying more than one person in America. A unique clause in Utah’s Mormon-heavy law makes it more stringent. This prohibits couples from having a second spiritual spouse.
Polygamy was banned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1890. It is still prohibited today. Browns regard themselves as fundamentalist Mormons.
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Fox News reporter Brown stated that Brown had told Fox News in 2019 that his family is not planning on having a fifth spouse.
Brown said, “We actually took the fifth wives thing off of the table a while ago.” “And because we don’t want to snub the concept, we’ve always sort of been very casually dismissing it, and I think that’s one reason the question keeps coming up. But it’s technically been off the table as long as we’ve done the show.”
TLC will air “Sister Wives”, Nov. 21, on TLC.
This was a report by the Associated Press.