‘Sister Wives’: Robyn Brown Said She Didn’t Feel Like She Was in a Polygamist Family

The 'Sister Wives' wives and kids
The Brown wives and kids | Gabe Ginsberg/FilmMagic

The Brown wives met for lunch to discuss their difficult move to Flagstaff

Sister Wives fans have noticed that, despite their desire to be close as a family, the Brown wives often don’t seem to spend much time together.

As soon as Kody’s four wives met for lunch, that ongoing problem became clearer than ever. Meri, who had recently returned from six weeks alone in Las Vegas after being kicked out of her

The Browns’ move to Flagstaff from Las Vegas shocked many fans of TLC’s Sister Wives, as it seemed more than a little sudden. And with four mortgages back in Nevada, the family didn’t seem financially prepared for the move.

On the Jan. 12 episode of Sister Wives, “Lonely in Flagstaff,” it seemed like the Browns also weren’t entirely emotionally prepared for the big change.

Kody Brown’s four wives, Meri, Janelle, Christine, and Robyn Brown, met for lunch and revealed just how isolated they felt living in separate homes clear across town from one another. Fourth wife Robyn even let it slip that she sometimes didn’t feel like she was part of a plural family at all.

The Brown wives and kids | Gabe Ginsberg/FilmMagicThe Brown wives met for lunch to discuss their difficult move to Flagstaff

Sister Wives fans have noticed that, despite their desire to be close as a family, the Brown wives often don’t seem to spend much time together.

As soon as Kody’s four wives met for lunch, that ongoing problem became clearer than ever. Meri, who had recently returned from six weeks alone in Las Vegas after being kicked out of her first Flagstaff home by angry neighbors, was frustrated that her sister wives hadn’t helped her move her furniture.

“I’m completely alone over there,” Meri said of her new rental. “I’m still sleeping on a mattress on the floor.”

While Meri’s sister wives suggested she hire someone to carry her furniture up the stairs on the side of her house (which is built alongside a mountain), Kody’s first wife said she was hurt they weren’t volunteering to do it themselves. “I mean, to me, that’s kind of what family does,” she told them.

Meri even said their refusal to help her move the large furniture made her feel isolated from the family. “I’m feeling like their love and caring for me is conditional,” she said of her sister wives.

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Robyn Brown said she doesn’t even feel like she’s ‘in a plural family’

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