Back in 2011, Kody Brown and his clan of sister wives and their children packed up their lives in Utah and moved out to Las Vegas to start anew. The Brown family, stars of the TLC reality drama Sister Wives, thought the move to Sin City would be the answer to what they felt was missing back in their native Utah — but it turns out they still didn’t feel at home there. So this season, we’re about to see them pack things up once again and take off, this time to Flagstaff, Arizona. Watch the video above to see what they said about their new home and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.
“We’re just too far apart, and I miss everybody,” the 46-year-old said of their living situation. “It takes more effort to get together.” But they don’t plan on staying apart for too long. “We’ve purchased property,” she told the outlet. “My biggest hope is that we can just get out there… I can’t wait for that day.”
While there have definitely been ups and downs between all the wives, we do hope that they’re all getting along enough to actually miss each other. When the Browns were able to secure the cul-de-sac properties in Las Vegas, it was an enormous win for the just as enormous family who wanted to stay together. So, hopefully, the fam is looking to do something similar with their new homes in Flagstaff.
Despite the tensions in their relationships, the wives have always been good at putting their family first. We can’t wait to see them all get to know their new homes together this season.
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