In an emotional preview for this week’s episode of TLC’s Sister Wives, the multi-part family — headed by husband Kody Brown and wives Meri, 42, Janelle, 44, Christine, 41, and Robyn — gets a first look at Robyn and Christine’s new homes. The sister wives have been living apart for two years since their move to Las Vegas, and it’s really taking a toll on the family as a unit, so they are really anxious to move into their new side-by-side homes.
In the latest episode of TLC’s Sister Wives, Kody Brown and his wives Meri, 42, Janelle, 44, Christine, 41, and Robyn face the reality of more of their kids leaving home for college, and first wife Meri is really struggling with losing Mariah, her only child. Read on for more details!
The latest episode in the fourth season of TLC’s Sister Wives, “Four Lives of Kody’s Wives,” gives us a little peek into a day in the life of each of Kody Brown‘s four wives: Meri, 42, Janelle, 44, Christine, 41, and Robyn. Read on for more details!
The Browns are back and closer than ever! The fourth season of TLC’s Sister Wives, which kicked off July 21 at 9 p.m., sees the Brown family walking through their four adjacent homes — one for each wife — for the first time. Plus, Kody and the ladies attend an expo for the family business, which causes some tension between the sister wives. Read on for all the details!
Kody Brown has four wives, and pretty soon, his hit show Sister Wives will have four seasons! TLC confirms to HollywoodLife.com that the series, which aired its third season finale Jan. 1, will be back for another season, though a premiere date has yet to be determined.
Kody Brown and his four wives — Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn — continued adding the finishing touches to their four new homes on the Dec. 30 season finale of Sister Wives, but the realities of the cost of building four new houses — one for each wife– started to set in.
Sister Wives Kody Brown –– I may not agree with you taking four wives, but I say, live and let live, and I felt sorry for your family — especially your children when you were refused entry to a Mormon museum because of your lifestyle. It happened during a grueling family trip — it could hardly be called a vacation — to Nauvoo, Illinois, the birthplace of Mormonism.