Brady Williams and his five wives were featured on a TLC polygamy-themed show called My Five Wives for two seasons in the years 2013-4. The family had 24 children and lived in two polygamy-style homes outside Salt Lake City, UT. At the time the now 51-year-old father was working as a construction project manager and also studying philosophy. What have Brady Williams and his family been up to in the years since the show ended?
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We have a great update from the Williams family of TLC's My Five Wives: husband Brady Williams and his third wife, Rosemary Williams, both just graduated from college! Keep reading to see photos from the ceremony, find out what their majors were, and also see them both showing off their major skillz in YouTube clips.
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Today one of the stars of the now-canceled TLC show My Five Wives revealed a heartbreaking story about the sexual abuse she suffered as a child at the hands of a beloved uncle.
My Five Wives stars Brady Williams and his fourth wife Nonie Williams welcomed the family's 25th child on Wednesday, a baby girl weighing 8 pounds, 15 ounces. Although the family proudly posted photos of their newest addition on Facebook, they wanted to wait to reveal the little girl's name... until today! Keep reading to watch the video reveal with Nonie and little ??? ;)
Brady Williams and fourth wife Nonie Williams welcomed their sixth child today, bringing his total up to a whopping 25 kids. See pictures of their newest "chunky cheeked beauty."
We have some disappointing news today for fans of TLC's polygamist reality series My Five Wives as family patriarch Brady Williams confirms that the network has canceled the show after two seasons. Keep reading for Brady's announcement and find out how you can continue to keep up with the Williams family despite the cancellation.
The Williams family from TLC's My Five Wives have been keeping fans updated on the progress of Brady's first grandson, Jacob “Baby Huck” Jessop, after he was born 15 weeks premature on October 28, and they recently shared the best news so far -- Baby Huck is home! See photos of Baby Huck at home and watch a video clip of him made by dad Jake just before he left the hospital.