'Sister Wives' announces big news as they plan to leave Las Vegas
The stars of Sister Wives, one of the most watched television shows on TLC, have grown tired of the busy city of Las Vegas and are moving to Flagstaff, in Arizona.
Kody Brown, who divorced Meri, one of his wives, in 2014, in order to mary Robyn, is leaving his house in Las Vegas, Nevada, behind to embark on a whole new adventure.
According to TLC, the 49-year-old will be moving with his four wives - Christine, Robyn, Meri and Janelle Brown -, with whom he has 18 children, so they can enjoy a change of scenery.
It has been exclusively revealed by People that the Brown family is looking forward to 'cooler temperatures, the mountain air, scenic views and the slower lifestyle of Flagstaff.'
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The sudden move adds to the exciting month that the family just had; In June, Aspyn Brown, Kody and Christine's 23-year-old daughter, married Mitch Thompson.
The ceremony was held at La Caille restaurant in Sandy, Utah, and it was attended by 120 guests. Aspyn looked wonderful, wearing a satin and beaded dress designed by Alfred Angelo.
The couple exchanged vows but not rings, as they had been wearing them for quite a while. After the wedding, the reception was open to 400 people and it took place inside the chateau-style restaurant's greenhouse.
Aspyn's wedding came almost two years after Mykelti Brown's, daughter to Kody and Christine, who tied the knot in 2016. As for Mariah Brown, her wedding doesn't seem to be on the horizon just yet.
Back in 2017, Mariah, Kody and Meri's daughter, revealed to her family that she was gay, which was quite a shock for her relatives considering that the show is based on Mormon Fundamentalism, which embraces polygamy.
Still, despite Mariah's sexual orientation not being accepted by the family's religion, they have come to embrace her choice and love her for who she is.