The Sister Wives got their first real dose of freedom when they moved to Las Vegas. The move to Flagstaff was supposed to bring them closer together. Unfortunately, it only made the divide deeper. So, after four years apart, why did the first wife, Meri Brown, decide to move back to her old stomping grounds in Las Vegas?
When viewers first met the Brown family, they were living in a plural family home in Utah. Basically, it was built by a polygamist, housing all three wives and their twelve children. The wives all had their own space in the house, with husband Kody Brown rotating the bedrooms each night. It seemed to work very well for Kody Brown and his wives, Meri Brown, Janelle Brown, and Christine Brown.
Yet, at the same time, he was courting a fourth wife, Robyn. She had three children but lived only a few hours away. When the two finally married, she moved closer, but never moved into the single-family home. Unfortunately, polygamy was a crime in Utah and they began to fear that Kody Brown would be arrested.
With lingering fear, the family and their now sixteen children packed everything up and moved to Las Vegas. They believed they would have more freedom to live their truth. As for their homes, they found four in a cul-de-sac so that they were all close to each other. It was an almost perfect arrangement. Eventually, transient Kody Brown felt the need to move again, so they went to Flagstaff. The only real ties the Browns had to Las Vegas were their son Logan and the houses they couldn’t sell.
Sister Wives: Back In Sin City
Over the weekend, Meri Brown shared on Instagram that she’s back in Vegas. Yet she’s not at the cul-de-sac. She’s back in her old home for a business event. It’s no secret that she’s been very invested in building her business with LuLaRoe.
As it turns out, the company had a team event and she took the time to get her car serviced. This gave Meri a chance to take a selfie where she looked extremely happy. Her followers couldn’t help but notice how beautiful the owner of Lizzie’s Heritage Inn looked.