Sister Wives’ Robyn Brown Unveils Reasons Behind the Polygamous Family’s Breakdown

Sister Wives' Robyn Brown Unveils Reasons Behind the Polygamous Family's Breakdown
Sister Wives' Robyn Brown Unveils Reasons Behind the Polygamous Family's Breakdown

Sister Wives,’ the popular reality TV show, has seen significant changes recently, with Kody Brown left with only one wife, Robyn Brown. The dynamics of their plural marriage, once a united front of four wives, has undergone a dramatic transformation. Robyn Brown recently opened up about the factors she believes contributed to the breakdown of their unique family structure.

According to Robyn Brown, the seeds of change were planted during their time in Las Vegas. This period marked a shift in focus from their marriages to their children who were leaving the nest. Robyn felt that her co-wives, Janelle, Christine, and Meri Brown, began to neglect their relationships with Kody and each other, a crucial element in maintaining their polygamous lifestyle.

Flagstaff Move Fractures Sister Wives Unity – Browns’ Shift Leads to Independence and Disunity

The Browns’ move from Las Vegas to Flagstaff, Arizona, further exacerbated the situation. In Las Vegas, each wife had her own home on the same cul-de-sac, creating an ideal setup for a polygamous family. However, in Flagstaff, the wives lived in separate homes spread across the town, leading to a more independent way of life. Robyn believes this geographical separation played a significant role in the wives feeling more independent from one another.

Additionally, the disagreement among Kody, Meri, Janelle, and Christine about living together under one roof resurfaced in Flagstaff, causing further friction. The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 added to their challenges, forcing the family members apart and disrupting their unity.

Sister Wives’ Christine, Janelle, and Meri Brown Embrace Independence After Leaving Kody Brown

Another factor that Robyn Brown identifies in the breakdown of their marriage is the natural progression of growing older and changes in interests. She observed a growing sense of independence in the wives and a diminishing interest in maintaining the dynamics of their plural relationship.

Sister Wives viewers have witnessed the departure of Christine, Janelle, and Meri from the plural marriage. Christine was the first to leave, announcing her split from Kody in November 2021. Janelle’s separation followed in 2022 after an intense confrontation featured in Season 18. Meri, the last to leave the union, declared her newfound independence in a symbolic Instagram post, ending her 33-year-long relationship with Kody Brown.

The story of the Brown family continues to unfold on TLC’s Sister Wives. The next part of the Season 18 Tell All, titled ‘One on One,’ is set to air on Sunday, December 3, at 10/9c. This episode promises more insights and possibly some revelations about the future of the Brown family.

Stay tuned to The World News Daily for the latest updates and buzz on ‘Sister Wives‘.

Written by Lauren Rottman

Reality TV Writer
Lauren Rottman joined the theworldnewsdaily team in 2020.

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