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Sister Wives: Covıd-19 Made It Difficult For Kody To Spend Time With His Sister Wives Family.

Sister Wives: Covıd-19 Made It Difficult For Kody To Spend Time With His Sister Wives Family.

In the premiere of the 16th season of Sister Wives, the Browns will do everything in their power to overcome the coronavirus pandemic together without spreading it to the whole family.

But as the spouses have different views on keeping a social distance, tensions rise between the sisters. Kody Brown thinks it’s best to spend the holidays apart at home. Janelle Brown is shocked and says she will leave to spend Christmas in North Carolina if that happens.

Sister Wives: Covıd-19 Made It Difficult For Kody To Spend Time With His Sister Wives Family.

Robyn Brown has made it clear that she wants everyone to break up because all her siblings have different views on social distancing. Christine Brown goes out and even travels. Janelle Brown’s teenage sons have gone out and continued their social lives. In the November 21 episode of Sister Wives (via Discovery+), the women meet to discuss their family’s COVID-19 protocol and what their future looks like.

Due to the fact that the women don’t lock up together and don’t see eye to eye, Kody says the family “feels very separated”. Meri Brown says that since the start of the pandemic, Kody has “very, very rare” come to her home.

Then Janelle Brown will be honest with Kody Brown and her Sister Wives. She says: “I’ll probably go to North Carolina for Christmas if we have to do Zoom Christmas.” Janelle says incredulously, “So basically unless we all observe his uber, uber, uber careful stance, forget holidays.” She continues, “I don’t know. I guess there’s really just nothing to say but ‘wow’.”

Kody Brown blames Janelle Brown for their teenage sons’ lack of social distancing and accuses her of not showing up more often. She says: “He’s trying to push on me and push on me and push on me. There’s no optimism. It’s like doomsday.”

It seems that Christine’s marriage is not the only thing that has collapsed under the pressure of COVID-19. It seems that all the spouses are having problems in their own marriages, as the new protocol is adding more strain to their already fragile relationship. Fans will have to keep watching the 16th season of Sister Wives to see if they can have a big Christmas party together.

Written by Christine Cohan

Reality TV Writer / Editor

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