Sister Wives: Meri Brown Says She Was Blindsided By Family’s Demise
Sister Wives star Meri Brown is selling exclusives to outlets left and right. It’s obvious whatever strict hand Kody Brown used to have on his wives’ media relationships went out the window with their marriages.
Meri, Janelle, and Christine Brown are all singing like canaries and we’re loving every minute of it. But, Meri Brown’s latest comments have Sister Wives fans scratching their heads.
Meri Brown recently sat down with PEOPLE Magazine to discuss Sister Wives Season 18 and her split from Kody Brown.
For some reason Meri insisted she never thought the Brown Family would go their separate ways. In fact, she even used the phrase, “never seen this coming.”
Meri Brown – Talks Family’s Collapse
Meri told People she was “very sad about what has happened with the family. It’s very disappointing to me. So no, I didn’t ever see this coming. I really didn’t. But I really truly just want everybody to be in a peaceful place with themselves.”
Were we all watching the same show? Did Meri Brown ever actually watch Sister Wives? To say that she never saw the divorces coming is absurd.
Literally every season of Sister Wives is about their issues as a family and how miserable and dysfunctional they were together.
Is Meri Brown Looking For New Sister Wives
Meri Brown seems to be trying to walk a fine line between ending her marriage but not completely taking a stance against plural marriage. To say someone is blindsided by their plural marriage spontaneously combusting is absurd.
Unless of course that person is still a supporter of polygamous relationships. Of all the wives that left Kody Brown, Meri is probably most likely to join another plural family and take on new sister wives.
Why would Meri be surprised by the Brown Family not working out? Is she still a plural marriage supporter despite what happened with Kody and the other wives?
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