Christine Brown, also described herself as a “single woman” in the deed, which is what she did previously while signing the paperwork for her latest abode in Flagstaff.
The TLC personality is not the owner of the duplex built in 2019 and is likely renting after selling her previous property in Arizona, according to online records obtained by In Touch. Christine Brown’s portion of the duplex is 3,490 square feet and features three bedrooms and two bathrooms, a built-in garage, a porch, a wood deck and a basement, The Sun reports.
Christine and Kody are spiritually married, and have been together for more than 27 years. He is also spiritually married to wives Meri and Janelle Brown, but legally married to wife Robyn Brown, forming their polygamous brood.
Kody and Meri Brown, divorced in 2014 so he could marry Robyn Brown, and adopt her children from a past relationship, son Dayton and daughters Aurora and Breanna.
In a new teaser for the upcoming season premiere of Sister Wives, Christine Brown talked about her hopes of leaving Arizona amid her family’s delayed plans to build on their new land in Coyote Pass.
The tense dynamic has also troubled Kody Brown, who said the drama has reached a boiling point. “It’s pissing me off, they’re looking to Robyn for some kind of approval,” the father of 18 said in a confessional. “I don’t have a head wife in this family.”
However, Christine Brown hinted that she was certain of what her next steps would be, and it appears she followed those plans. Christine did not immediately respond to In Touch’s request for comment on her move to Utah.