While Kody Brown and his wives, particularly first wife Meri Brown and third wife Christine Brown, have struggled with their relationships for years, the new season of Sister Wives has revealed a Kody even more “bored and cynical” than ever before.
The star of Sister Wives admitted that he “took it personally” that his wives (except his second wife Janelle Brown) rejected his idea of moving back to a large communal home together in Flagstaff, Arizona. Christine was particularly opposed to the idea.
While watching his wives joke, make snow angels and have a snowball fight on the Coyote Pass, their new Arizona land, Kody Brown confessed that he didn’t even like seeing them get along anymore.
“I don’t see marriage plural in the same light as it once was,” said Kody Brown.
He added that his wives’ unhappiness and marital conflicts left him a little puzzled as to how to move forward: “I’m struggling with plural marriage, and I’m struggling with my wives, and I’m struggling with their conflict,” the star of Sister Wives told the producers. I’m sitting here, and I’m happy with my life, and I’m happy where I am”. But every time I hear their side of the struggle in the plural, it contradicts everything in me. And it’s not something you can blow up with optimism”.
Sister Wives: Kody Brown Claimed Only One Of His Wives’ Personalities Was Well Suited For Polygamy
On “Doubting polygamy,” Kody Brown also revealed that he thinks only one of his four wives was destined to practice plural marriage. He even shared that he thought his many children were worth the challenges of polygamy, but building his family had “broken the hearts of four women” along the way.
“I think plural marriage suits the personality of one of my wives well,” Kody Brown told the producers of Sister Wives.
But Kody Brown had no intention of revealing which one he was talking about or engaging in any kind of confrontation. “I won’t tell you which wives behave best and which ones don’t behave well with plural marriage,” he said, “because I don’t want the world to judge them.