Sister Wives star Meri Brown revealed on social media that she is doing “so well” after fans suspected she had separated from her husband, Kody, after years of marital strife.
When a fan asked on social media how Meri Brown, is “doing so well”, she said, “I’m doing so well! Thank you for asking!
Meri Brown also published an uplifting quote from Alice in Wonderland in her Instagram Story which read, “Alice: This is impossible. Mad Hatter: “Only if you think it is.”
The encouraging posts come after fans suspected she left her husband Kody, 50.
On Tuesday, the reality star unleashed split speculation when she titled a photo of her smile: “You gain strength, courage and confidence in any experience where you really stop looking fear in the face. Do what you think you can’t do”.
Sister Wives: Meri Brown Has Been Posting Empowering quotes İn Recent Weeks
An Instagram follower said, “Girl, you should have left that relationship years ago is just an emotional mental disorder. You deserve to be happy.” One second he commented, “I hope you find your soul mate and stop waiting for a man who doesn’t love, you deserve to be happy, so go find yourself a real good man.
A third wrote: “I really hope you find the courage to leave Kody Brown! You’re beautiful and you deserve so much more.” A fourth said, “Find someone who loves you for the wonderful person you are!
Fans also noticed that Meri Brown wasn’t wearing her wedding ring in the photos, even though she hadn’t worn it recently.
Meri also changed her Instagram to The Real Meri Brown. Meri and Kody had been having marital problems for years. Meri revealed in the most recent season of Sister Wives that their marriage has been “pretty tough for a while.
Kody Brown, admitted, “I’m sorry for what we had.”
Meri Brown added, “The relationship that he and I had, it’s gone, it’s over. I want a relationship with him.” He continued, “I feel like I’ve been deceived in a very different relationship than I expected. Meri and I had a quick courtship, with a lot of expectations and a lot of lack of communication”.