Sister Wives star Christine Brown looks like she’s noticed Meri Brown slipping away from Kody Brown as the new season draws to a close. In the preview clip of season 14, Meri Brown and Kody make no progress in therapy. Although Meri Brown seems willing to work on their marriage, Kody Brown does not.
Although Sister Wives’ scenes are new to the show’s viewers, they were filmed months ago. But something that happens on social media between Meri Brown and Christine Brown refers to what’s going on today.
Sister Wives: Christine Brown Needy When It Comes to Shared-Husband?
While the other women of Sister Wives seem to keep their composer on camera, Christine Brown sometimes crosses the border. She supports Kody Brown several times in a corner through the seasons and tries a hug or embrace. This is something Kody won’t do because he doesn’t want to promote jealousy among women.
Some fans of Sister Wives on social media sites also see Christine as more needy than the other women. She seems to fight more for Kody’s attention than the other women while sitting on the camera. She lit Meri Brown last season and seemed to choose Kody for his problems with wife Mary.
A while back, Christine Brown even told her co-wife on camera that she was bringing luggage into a room. It’s the kind of luggage that Christine doesn’t want. So Christine Brown seemed to make it very clear to Sister Wives’ matriarch that she wasn’t much use to her.
Meri Brown Imitated By Christine?
Meri Brown is a favourite with fans of many who watch the Sister Wives show. After a decade of reactions from fans online, this is probably something that Christine Brown knows about. But more importantly, Meri is Kody Brown’s first wife and before their relationship fell apart, she was very special to Kody.
In recent years, Christine Brown seems to reflect Meri Brown in a number of areas. Kody Brown needs money, which he makes very clear in the new season’s promo.
Meri Brown has built up an empire for itself. Between her LuLaRoe dress performance and her highly successful Lizzie’s Heritage Inn, she seems to be doing well financially. This will make the patriarch of the sister’s wives happy if she still bundles her money with the other women’s incomes.
So maybe Christine sees this as a way to get the attention of her shared husband. This may also explain why she seems to imitate Meri Brown when it comes to trying to sell. It now worked for Meri Brown, perhaps Christine hopes it will work for her.
Meri Brown puts a lot of work into selling her clothes. She models the clothes herself. Then the first wife of Kody Brown puts pictures of herself in the clothes that try to seduce fans to buy her goods. Christine also sells LuLaRoe clothes. But in recent months, she has begun to follow in Meri’s footsteps. She also models the clothes online.
Sister Wives: Christine Borrows the Look From Meri?
It seems that Christine Brown even seems to dress very much as her co-wife from the show Sister Wives. Meri has recently created a style for herself. She is wearing a scarf around her neck. But the scarves seem to be an accent on her clothes, rather than used to ward off the cold.
Now Christine Brown seems to find this look a welcome addition to her own wardrobe. Kody Brown’s third wife hangs a scarf around her neck, as does her fellow wife, the sister’s sister. The grouping of photos above shows Christine’s tendency to wear Moto coats and scarves, just as Meri began to wear them.
Meri Brown said that from the beginning of their relationship as sisters there was some jealousy between her and Christine. But Meri didn’t feel that way with Janelle Brown, who came to Christine’s multiple marriage.
It seems that Meri Christine saw more of a romantic rival than Janelle. So it looks like they’ve been jealous of them since the early days.
But from the stories the husbands told about Kody and his original three wives before the sister’s days, he loved Meri. So maybe Christine sees the failed relationship between Kody and Meri as a way to take care of himself. She seems to be doing a lot to mimic Meri Brown these days.