'Sister Wives' Fans Think Meri Brown Looks 'Fantastic' in Her New 'Travel Day' Photo
Fans of Meri Brown shared their love on the comment section of her recently posted a “Travel Day” selfie in the outdoors.
Meri Brown recently shared a post on Instagram that included a photo of her in what seems to be a forest. The “Sister Wives” star smiled as she took a selfie in a royal blue hoodie and dark blue cap that read, “Abura, Est 1499.”
“It’s travel day so why not throw on a ball cap and go?! Easy peasy hair day!” she captioned the picture.
Brown added a list of empowering hashtags that described how the reality star lives each day of her life. Some of the written tags were: #LivingMyWhy, #BecauseICan, #LoveWhatIDo, and #LifeIsAnAdventure.
Fans expressed their happiness and encouraging words on the comment section of Brown’s post. One suggested that she compare her photos from before to see the “amazing transformation.”
“Keep doing you Meri. In all the years we have seen you on TLC, you have never looked happier. Please take this picture and compare it to pictures of you from a couple years ago. What an amazing transformation,” the comment read.
“You look so beautiful and happy don’t know where you’re traveling to but enjoy it,” read another.
A bunch of fans also took the time to ask Brown where she was headed and what her other travel plans were. Although the reality star hasn’t directly answered the questions, her following posts on social media might give the answers.
Brown was initially Kody Brown’s wife when the show began in 2010, but eventually, their marriage ended in divorce after he left her to wed Robyn. Brown’s life spiraled down after the divorce, and she had to deal with loneliness and jealousy, among other issues.
However, as Brown hit rock bottom, she bounced back and regained her confidence and strength as she focused on herself and channeled her happiness on other things.
In 2016, she joined LuLaRoe as an independent retailer, which paved the way for a career in this industry.
She also spent time rebuilding a historic home, which she transformed into a bed and breakfast called Lizzie’s Heritage Inn in Utah.
Since then, traveling has been a means to find herself again, and she shares her journey to others through social media.