Robyn Brown continues to stand by her husband as she argues that she has been right and just all along. A few hours ago, TLC dropped the trailer for next week’s episode of Sister Wives.
In the short clip, Robyn Brown spoke candidly about the fact that her nanny and her nanny’s husband tested positive for COVID-19. She was heartbroken. Heartbroken. And most of all, worried. She feared how many people they have potentially infected because of Ari’s birthday.
At that moment, Robyn Brown admits she realized one big thing. Kody Brown wasn’t being harsh or crazy to the family with his strict COVID-19 rules. He was scared and trying to protect his family from just such a situation happening. He admitted that this difficult situation validates all the sadness he has done to his family. And she admits that he was right all along.
Sister Wives: Robyn Says Kody Brown Has Been Validated
Robyn Brown tells the cameras that her “child care provider” has been told that she has tested positive for COVID-19. She reveals that both her nanny and her nanny’s husband tested positive within days of the family having Ari’s birthday party. Robyn explains that the babysitter was last in the house on Thursday and they had the party on Saturday. It was not until Sunday and Tuesday, immediately after the party, that the nanny and her husband tested positive.
So it was possible that the entire Robyn household, including Kody Brown, was exposed to the virus. It was possible that they were exposed during Ari’s birthday party.
Robyn Brown wishes she had supported Kody’s strict rules. She wishes they hadn’t organised Ari’s birthday party with the whole family. She wishes they would have played it safe and kept their distance.
Robyn Brown knows that if they hadn’t had the party, only her household and Kody would have been exposed to the virus, not their entire family and everyone the family has come in contact with.