In February 2022, the sixteenth season of TLC’s Sister Wives came to an abrupt conclusion with a major reveal from Christine. She must have decided it was time to leave the 23-person family behind because there are times when you just need to put yourself first. Heck, you might want to concentrate only on fewer than ten individuals. Why did Christine Brown and Kody Brown split up? Personal space must be considered in some way.
The season 17 trailer for Sister Wives tries to use some symbolism, and it certainly seems to focus on Christine and Kody Brown’s breakup.
TLC released a 10-second teaser for “Sister Wives” on Friday. It has four wedding rings circling the “I” in the word. When one of the wedding rings falls, the video zooms out and the music builds to an appropriate “ding,” all while being accompanied by dramatic music. The release date is then made known after the ring comes off: September 11.
Despite the fact that the advertisement leaves much to the imagination, it appears to indicate that season 17 will deal with the fallout from the shocking news that Christine had ended her 25-year relationship with Kody.
Kody’s third wife, Christine, revealed the separation on Instagram back in November.
Christine’s choice to leave was addressed by Kody in a statement of his own. He wrote, “Christine’s decision to depart comes with a great lot of sadness.” We spent a lot of time together, and she has my utmost regard and adoration.
Even though we are taking different roads forward, we will always be dedicated parents, he continued. Paedon, 23, and the girls Aspyn, 26, Mykelti, 25, Ysabel, 19, and Truely, 11, are Christine and Kody’s six children.
Why Did Kody and Christine Divorce?
In 1994, Christine joined the multiple marriages of the Brown family. Kody had previously wed his first wife Meri Brown and his second wife Janelle Brown at the time. In 2010, Robyn Brown became Kody’s fourth wife. Various circumstances, including Kody’s tight COVID requirements that kept the blended families apart and arguments over where all the families would reside, which had been a persistent issue for the Browns, contributed to the breakup.