Janelle Brown is one of Kody Brown's four wives from the television show "Sister Wives." The 50-year-old mother of six recently came out to say that she wished the large family was currently under one roof together.
"Sister Wives" star Janelle Brown is feeling sad about not being quarantined together with the other members of the family from the TLC television series. The 50-year-old television personality said in a recent interview,
"it would have been easier to deal with being quarantined if we were all under one roof because we're having to be so separate."
Meri, Janelle, Kody, Christine, and Robyn Brown during the "Sister Wives" panel on the Summer TCA press tour on August 6, 2010, in Beverly Hills, California | Photo: Getty Images
Before the coronavirus pandemic hit, Janelle had proposed that all members of the different households in the large family of 23, including Kody Brown and his four wives, merge to form one big house. It's clear that the mother of six now wishes that her wish had been granted.
She added that being together during this current period would help the kids who could all hang out in one house, and there would be activities for everyone without anyone having to be exposed to the public.
However, Janelle is not the only spouse of Kody that has spoken about the changes that are being made in their lives due to the current nationwide lockdown to control the spread of COVID-19.
Meri Brown, who shares a daughter with Kody, spoke about how her typical schedule has changed due to the quarantine. She explained that working from home has not been weird for her, and she's limited her contact with the rest of the family.
Robyn Brown, who Kody is legally married to, commented that this quarantine period has her talking more to her family members over the internet more than usual. She added that this is because she now has the time and that everyone is worried about one another.
The father of 18 also expressed his sadness and explained that the most challenging thing about the situation is that the celebrations are conducted together. Brown further mentioned that the five members of the family had birthdays in April and he said,
"We are not going to be having any birthday parties, so that will be an emotional challenge for a lot of the kids,"
Despite being in isolation, the 51-year-old and his wife Christine Brown recently celebrated their 26th marriage anniversary in style.