Sister Wives star Christine Brown says the life she has with husband Kody isn’t ‘what I want right now’ (Pictures: Christine Brown/Instagram/Rex)
Sister Wives star Christine Brown made some shocking admissions about her relationship with husband Kody Brown in the season 10 finale.
After viewers had been under the impression Meri would be the wife who could decide to call it quits, Christine was the one who vocalized her desire to potentially end her marriage with Kody.
The issue came to a head after Christine, 48, spoke to Kody and her sister wives Janelle, Meri, and Robyn about wanting to move back to Utah.
Kody was seemingly interested in the idea but her sister wives were not, and Kody chose to go with the majority.
Christine was left feeling exasperated about her nearly 30-year marriage to Kody as she spoke about feeling unsupported by Kody.
In the episode, Meri decided to take Christine on a walk so they could have a heart-to-heart about her struggled.
Christine spoke to Kody and her sister wives Janelle, Meri, and Robyn about wanting to move back to Utah (Picture: Christine Brown/Instagram)
‘Meri, I can’t do marriage with Kody anymore,’ Christine confessed to Meri.
Meri insisted that her sister wife should give up because ‘you’re not a quitter’, however Christine didn’t understand why it would be ‘quitting’.
Christine said in a confessional: ‘She’s lived through a lot… Her relationship with Kody certainly isn’t one that I would want.
Fans have been following the family’s story since 2010 (Picture: Puddle Monkey Prods/ Kobal/ REX/ Shutterstock)
‘And the relationship that I have with Kody isn’t what I would want either. What I have here is not what I want right now.’
Christine then admitted she had been struggling ever since she moved to Flagstaff, Arizona, and claimed that she didn’t feel supported by Kody.
‘I don’t want to look at the mountains and remember the angels, how they were singing and I felt this pull. I agreed to move to Flagstaff and I followed Kody here, but it’s been a struggle the whole time,’ she explained. ‘I’m tired of feeling like I don’t matter. I’m tired of not having his support when I really need it. I’m just tired. I need a partnership. I need something different than this.’
Christine’s hope to say goodbye to Flagstaff, Arizona was reignited after polygamy was decriminalized in Utah in early 2020.
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