Sister Wives’ star jewelry company, Robyn Brown, remains closed because Meri was forced to close down her lucky bed and breakfast amid the family’s financial problems.
Kody Brown’s fourth wife, Robyn Brown’s fourth online jewellery boutique, My Sisterwife’s Closet, has been closed for over a year.
When fans visit the website, a message is displayed: “We’ll be back soon! We are busy updating the store for you”.
The last social media account update was in March 2019. In June 2019, 41-year-old Robyn told a Facebook fan that the site will be up and running “soon”. According to the Arizona Corporation Commission, the commercial license for My Sisterwife’s Closet remains active, The Sun may reveal exclusively.
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Over the past weeks and months during the current pandemic, I've kept a close eye on Utah guidelines for travel recommendations and possible restrictions for closures in the hospitality industry. At this time as things seem to be loosening up a bit, I've been putting some deep thought into how to move forward with the B&B. In the interest and safety of my staff, in particular my sweet mom who so graciously and lovingly welcomes all our guests on a daily basis, as well as the local southern Utah community, we will not be accepting any bookings until further notice. We are also not conducting ANY tours at this time. I feel it a duty to do my part in limiting the potential spread of COVID-19 and I can't, in good conscience, continue to keep the inn open at this time. As a small, family-run inn, I appeciate all your continued kindness and support. Thank you for your patience during these unprecedented times. The inn and staff miss the guests that keep our home so lively and we look forward to when we can all commune safely together again. @lizzies_heritage_inn 💙💙💙 #LivingMyWhy #BecauseICan #LoveWhatIDo #LoveWhoIAm #LizziesHeritageInn #BedAndBreakfast #Family
As for his second wife Janelle Brown, she got her real estate license while the family lived in Vegas.
But according to the Arizona Department of Real Estate, Janelle Brown doesn’t have a real estate license in the state. Fortunately for the cash-poor family, Meri and third wife Christine, 48, sell clothing through LuLaRoe.
The family also receives a salary from Sister Wives on TLC. Meri Brown, revealed on her Instagram Saturday that she has temporarily decided to close her bed and breakfast, Lizzie’s Heritage Inn.
Kody Brown’s first wife titled a photo of her inn: “In recent weeks and months, during the current pandemic, I have been keeping an eye on Utah’s guidelines for travel recommendations and possible restrictions on closures in the hospitality industry.
“Right now, while things seem to be loosening up a bit, I’ve been giving some serious thought to how to proceed with the B&B. In the interest and safety of my staff, especially my sweet mother, who welcomes all our guests with such courtesy and love every day, and the local community in southern Utah, we will not accept any reservations until further notice. We are also not conducting any tours at this time.
Meri Brown continued that it is “her part” to “limit the potential spread of COVID-19”.
She closed the post with: “I cannot, in good conscience, continue to keep the inn open at this time. As a small family run inn, I appreciate all your continued kindness and support. Thank you for your patience in these unprecedented times. The inn and the staff miss the guests who keep our home alive and we look forward to being able to live together again safely.
Meri opened Lizzie’s Heritage Inn in 2017. Last season on Sister Wives, Meri asked the family for a $40,000 loan for the house, while she agreed to pay the remaining $40,000 for the down payment.
While the wives were in favor of the idea, Kody Brown had his reservations, because bed and breakfasts are not “big moneymakers.