Sister Wives star Christine Brown announced on November 2 that she has decided to leave her plural marriage to Kody Brown. While she released a statement about her decision, she did not mention why she wanted to leave her marriage. Why did Christine Brown leave her polygamous marriage to Kody Brown?
The Sister Wives star has decided to leave her plural marriage after more than 27 years together. The Sister Wives star wrote a statement on Instagram.
Sister Wives: What Caused Christine Brown To Leave The Marriage And The Polygamist Lifestyle?
Christine Brown breaks down when she tries to decide where they will put their lots in Coyote Pass, thinking she will live on the same spot of land as her Sister Wives. She says, “Why would I want to live on the same property with a dysfunctional marriage, where right over there, he’s got a full-functioning marriage? Who would ever want to live like that?” She says, “Who would ever want to live like that.” From the trailer, it looks like Christine and Robyn Brown are starting to have major disagreements. She is seen talking to Robyn, saying, “We don’t have to do everything together.” Robyn Brown tells the cameras, “When you know she’s actually trying to sabotage your relationship with Kody, you can’t trust her.” She said, “I’m just always looking for a fight, apparently.”
The question of where a family lives is also an important issue in season 16. Christine Brown says: “Next time I see Kody, I’m going to tell him I freaking want to move back to Utah, even though the girls don’t want to.”
In a sneak peek of the conversation, Kody Brown says, “One, two, three, four wives said ‘No, we are never moving back to Utah.’” Christine breaks down to Meri, saying, “I can’t do marriage to Kody anymore. I don’t want to do it anymore.”
On 19 October, The Sun published the news that Christine had moved away from the rest of her family in Flagstaff, Arizona, and moved home to Murray, Utah. Earlier this month, she moved into a $1.1 million two-storey house on one side after selling her home in Arizona for $700,000. The 49-year-old mother of six now lives in Utah with her 11-year-old daughter, Truely, who is the only child still living at home with her.