Sister Wives: Christine Brown’s Feelings

Sister Wives: Christine Brown’s Feelings

Sister Wives spoilers reveal that Christine Brown and Kody Brown have started talking more about their recent divorce. Kody Brown says it was just her and God and not him, but it definitely had something to do with both of them.

The new Sister Wives tell-all special shows the Browns in a new way. Christine Brown told the host, Sukanya Krishnan, that they are divorced and completely over.

Fans were shocked to see the couple talk about their broken marriage because they were never legally married. He is only legally married to Robyn Brown and this happened when Meri Brown legally divorced him so that he could marry Robyn.

Even though their marriage is only recognized spiritually, Kody Brown still doesn’t want to give Christine Brown a spiritual divorce. It seems that he is still pretty bitter about the whole thing and on Tell-All, he told the cameras that this is just between Christine and God at this point.

Sister Wives: Christine Brown’s Feelings

It seems that the pandemic has really taken a toll on the Brown family. The COVID rules that Kody put in place for the family really changed them all. Many fans think Christine Brown’s divorce happened because of these rules, but others think her love for Kody simply stopped.

It seems that Christine Brown asked for a ceremony that would dissolve their marriage, but he refused several times. He has said that Christine may simply be mad at God since she made the choice to leave the plural marriage.

Now it is very unlikely that he will do something else to make things easier for her and not grant her the spiritual divorce she asked for. This doesn’t surprise fans of the series, however. It just shows us that he is actually a narcissist after all, just like the fans have always said.

Written by Lisa Lindsay

TV Writer
Lisa Lindsay has been writing about TV, and celebrities since 2020.

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