After their lives are reproduced on the small screen of their TLC series, the Sister Wives family continues to give fans a glimpse into their life on social media. In a rare photo shared on Christine Brown’s Instagram account earlier this week, the whole family could be seen, including Kody Brown and her sister sisters Meri Brown, Janelle Brown and Robyn Brown, celebrating their plural marriage at a dinner .
“We feel blessed to be able to hug our plural family in public,” Brown wrote. “Very grateful for the open mind.”
The photo, which shows Brown, Kody and the sister wives sitting around a table and smiling at the camera, also included the hashtags “[plural marriage],” “[dinner with adults]” and [open mind] “.
For many fans, the photo was a delight, as they were excited to finally have another family photo together, especially in the midst of reports that there is tension in the family.
“Good to see a picture of you all,” wrote a fan.
“Very happy that they are ALL together,” added another.
“The fans fell in love with your family! It just intrigues me how everyone makes it work! Yes, for you! ”Commented a third.
“Happy to see 4 of sister sister and Kody together in one photo,” wrote another.
The exit marked only one of the few that have been documented on social networks among the Sister Wives family, although in recent days Brown has seemed interested in giving fans a vision of their lives as a plural family. Just one day before sharing a snapshot of his date, he turned to Instagram to share a photo of her, Meri, Janelle and Robyn.
“”Look!! We have to wear appropriate clothes for dinner tonight! Very exciting to dine well! [dinner without children] ”, captioned the image.
Meanwhile, Kody remains relatively quiet on social media. While his Twitter account is relatively active and shares photos from time to time, his Instagram account, created in September 2017, has only four posts.
Of course, fans can expect to have a better view of their lives when Sister Wives returns to TLC with its 14th season early next year. Initially left hanging in limbo, despite reports that filming was taking place in Flagstaff, Arizona, the network officially gave the popular series a green light for a new season earlier this month.
“Happy National Coming Out Day! Today, I look at things a little differently than I have been on this day in years prior,” she wrote in the caption. “I look on this day with gratitude to have had the privilege of being able to come out safely to supportive family & friends. Being able to live openly as a queer person. It is a privilege not many get to have or a chance to live for. I feel so much sadness knowing how many people will never wake up to see another day because of who they are or fear of who they are. You are LOVED!”
”Mariah Brown came out publicly in a January 2017 episode of Sister Wives and announced a month later on Facebook that she was dating Kriss. The couple got engaged in January of this year at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C.