Rhain, the wife of Alaskan Bush People star Noah Brown, has struggled to adapt to her new environment and as a new member of the Brown family.
Things have started to change according to RadarOnline.com after it was announced that she is expecting their first child. A source revealed that Noah and Rhain were going through some hardships with the rest of the Browns before the baby news broke, which eventually led her to warm up with her in-laws. The source added that Ami and Billy are excited and happy to hear the news. Ami has wanted to become a grandmother for the longest time and she feels blessed that her wish will finally come true.
Ami, who just survived her battle with cancer, can’t deny her excitement to see her grandchild next Spring and she’s already making a lot of baby clothes. “The impending birth has brought life back into Ami and has made Noah’s relationship with Billy stronger because he is now coming to him for fatherhood advice,” the source said.
Avid fans of the Alaskan Bush People know that Rain was Rhain’s toughest critic. She even wore black to their wedding just to let them know that she did not approve of their nuptials. The real name of Noah’s wife was Ruth, and she had it changed to Rhain. At that time, multiple sources claimed that Rhain, in “single white female” move, stole Rain’s name. Rhain’s mother went on the defense and told Radar that Rhain has always been her nickname since she was 12 years old.
It would seem that Rain’s dislike towards Noah’s wife, Rhain, has gradually dissipated after hearing about her pregnancy. According to a source, Rain has not fully accepted Rhain yet, but it is just a matter of time and she’ll eventually come around. As a matter of fact, Rain has already initiated an open dialogue which is a positive sign. Plus, she’s also excited about the birth.