The Browns are quickly gaining on the Duggars for the title of TLC reality show family with the most engagement announcements! The latest Sister Wives star all set to tie the knot is Aspyn, daughter of Kody and his third wife Christine. 22-year-old Aspyn said “yes” to her 25-year-old burly beau Mitch Thompson during a romantic proposal in Seattle just before the new year.
It has been a loooooooooong time since Sister Wives fans have been able to get their polygamy drama fix with a new episode, but that is all about to change come January 7 when the Brown family returns for a brand new season! Keep reading to watch the dramatic teaser clip, which includes a wedding, a birth, a medical crisis (or two), more relationship issues between Kody and Meri, and a brand new Browntrepreneurial endeavor that I don’t think anyone saw coming!
After only five months of dating, Mykelti Brown’s boyfriend Tony asked her father Kody for her hand in marriage during last week’s season premiere of TLC’s Sister Wives. Mykelti’s mother Christine and the rest of her sister wives all agree that the couple should wait, but does Christine think Mykelti and Tony will elope if they don’t get everyone’s blessing? Read more to find out!
We have some exciting news for fans of Sister Wives as Kody, Meri, Janelle, Christine, and Robyn are going to be grandparents for the first time! Janelle’s oldest daughter Maddie Brush and her husband Caleb Brush have just announced she is pregnant with their first child! Keep reading to watch the video announcement from Maddie and Caleb, see photos of Maddie’s baby bump, and get the reactions from the grandparents to be.
Sister Wives patriarch Kody Brown and his four wives have 18 kids and counting, the older of which are becoming adults — which means lots of college tuition, and lots of weddings and engagements! The latest to make her wedding plans official is Kody and Christine’s daughter Mykelti Brown, whose now-fiance Anotnio Padron proposed to her while the two were on a recent hike in Utah. Keep reading for all the details!
Sister Wives star Kody Brown and his family have suffered a huge setback in their lawsuit against the state of Utah as a Federal Appeals Court has overturned a previous U.S. District Court ruling in the Brown’s favor, a ruling that had all but legalized polygamy in the state of Utah. Keep reading for a synopsis of the Court’s opinion as well as the response from the Brown’s lead counsel indicating they plan to appeal — probably to the U.S. Supreme Court!
Despite claims they were “one big, happy family” when Robyn Brown welcomed a baby with Kody Brown in January, the Sister Wives stars are reportedly cracking behind the scenes.
It seems Sister Wives‘ Brown family considers the Supreme Court’s recent decision to legalize gay marriage to be a victory because it helps their pro-polygamy argument. See what they say in the latest round of their lawsuit against the state of Utah.