Family Drama? ‘Sister Wives’ Star Meri Brown Shares Cryptic Message About ‘Selfish’ Women
She’s hoping to get a point across. Sister Wives star Meri Brown recently shared a cryptic message about “selfish” women, fueling rumors that there is tension at home. The TLC alum posted the quote to her Instagram Stories and fans suspect that it’s about her relationship with the other ladies in Kody Brown’s life — Christine, Robyn and Janelle.
“I wish more women realized that helping another woman win, cheering her on, praying for her, or sharing a resource with her, does NOT take away from the blessings coming to them,” the quote Meri, 48, posted begins. “In fact, the more you give, the more you receive,” the message continued. “Empowering women doesn’t come from selfishness but rather from selflessness.”
There’s been a lot of speculation that Meri and her fellow sister wives are at odds, especially because it was recently reported that Kody, 50, spent nearly a week at Robyn’s place in Flagstaff. “It appears Kody’s official home base is wife Robyn’s house,” an insider told Radar. The onlooker noticed how his white Infinity SUV, blue Lexus car and motorcycle were parked there every night.
It didn’t help that Kody seemingly ditched two of his wives on Mother’s Day. Christine was seen stopping by Robyn’s abode, while Meri and Janelle were apparently no-shows to the shindig. But that’s not all fueling the rumors of family drama. In March, Meri enjoyed a cruise to Puerto Rico without Kody. Christine appeared to be on the same cruise, but they seemingly avoided each other.
Aside from all of the recent issues, Kody and his wives have been trying to adapt to a major life change because they relocated from Las Vegas to Arizona not long ago. They used to live in a cul-de-sac so it was easy to stop by each other’s places, but now all of the wives live farther apart from each other in their own places. As far as how they are coping, Kody did tweet an update in April, writing, “Time, exposure to a new place and new friends usually helps to adjust to a new home.”
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