'Sister Wives' Season 16: Where did Christine Brown go after leaving Kody?
What is Kody' Brown's now ex-wife up to? Has she relocated to a whole new place? Here's the truth
This November, TLC will bring back 'Sister Wives', a reality show that premiered in 2010. The show documents the everyday life of a polygamist family, including the father Kody Brown, and his four wives (Meri, Janelle, Christine, and Robyn) and their 18 children. The family of 23 began the series while living in Utah and then moved to Las Vegas, Nevada in 2011.
Brown and his wives said that they participated in the show to create public awareness of polygamist families, thereby combating societal differences. He says that he believes that his polygamist arrangement is legal since he is legally married only to one woman (Robyn), while his other three marriages (to Meri, Janelle, and Christine) are spiritual unions.
Christine Brown talks about how her parents were practicing polygamists at the time of her birth, although it is still unknown as to how many wives her father had in total or how many siblings she has.
Christine met Kody Brown in 1990, at a time when he was chaperoning a youth wilderness trek. After a few years of knowing him, Christine decided that she wanted more. In time, Kody officially asked her out on Valentine's Day of 1994. The two got spiritually married in the same year.
Christine Ruth Brown was the third wife of Kody Brown. She joined Kody's first wife Meri and second wife Janelle, as the fourth spouse, while Robyn entered the family much later, in 2010. Together, Christine and Kody have six children; Mykelti, Aspyn, Ysabel, Paedon, Gwendlyn and Truley.
As per recent news, Christine sold the Arizona home that she once shared with Kody for $700,000 in October. She took this call after threatening Kody to move to Utah amidst their marital troubles. In any case, the couple announced their decision to split up after a glorious 25 years together.
Today, Christine lives in a two-story duplex, right next to her daughter Aspyn and son-in-law, Mitch Thompson, in Utah. The house has two living units attached next to each other as townhouses and is ideal for her to carry on her writing career.
Season 16 of 'Sister Wives' releases on November 21, 2021, on TLC.