Kody Brown’s Daughter Tells Christine to ‘Go on Dates’ to Fix Marriage

  • Cody Brown’s youngest daughter, Ariella, suggested he and Christine “go on dates” to fix their marriage.
  • In Sunday’s episode, Christine and Truly said an “awkward” goodbye to Robin and her children.
  • Christine said she felt like Robin’s children were “angry” at her for leaving the family.

On Sunday’s episode of Sister Wives , Cody Brown’s youngest son brought a bittersweet element to a very awkward scene when he suggested his father and his ex, Christine Brown, “go on dates” to fix their marriage.

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At the end of the episode, members of the Brown family, who live in Flagstaff, Arizona, gather in Christine’s backyard to say goodbye to her and their now 12-year-old daughter, before they leave the family and move to Utah.

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At the end of a tense goodbye, Cody and his fourth wife Robin’s daughter, Ariella Brown (who was five at the time of filming), popped the question to Christine.

Christine Brown and Robin Brown.

Christine Brown and Robin Brown.

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– Why did you divorce your father? he asked.

“We’re not in love anymore, you know? Sometimes that happens,” Christine told her former sister-in-law’s daughter.

Christine assured Ariella that they would hang out with her sometimes, but Ariella had another idea. “Let’s meet!” – he suggested innocently.

“Oh well, that doesn’t always fix everything, my love. But thank you, what a great idea,” Christine replied with false glee in her voice.

Christine and Cody announced their separation in November 2021 after more than 25 years of “spiritual” marriage. In previous episodes of Sister Wives, it was revealed that one of the reasons Christine left Cody was that she and her children with Robin felt more important to his family than they did.

Christine and Robin Brown.

Christine and Robin Brown.

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On June 16, Kristin revealed in an interview that some of her daughters have a hard time “respecting” Cody because they see that he has “favorites.”

“They struggle with the fact that it’s more comfortable in some homes than others,” he added. Throughout the entire COVID-19 pandemic, Cody stayed at Robyn’s house because she had the youngest children and followed her strict guidelines regarding travel, social distancing, and disinfecting household items.

In a personal interview on Sunday’s episode, Kristin revealed that she felt “awkward” answering Ariella’s question. She said she knows “everyone is wondering” why she’s leaving Cody, but Ariella is so young that she’s “brave enough to ask.”

Robin had a hard time accepting that Christine was leaving Cody despite the tension between them. He said in previous episodes of the show that Christine and Cody “didn’t break up” until Christine became “physical with another person,” according to their Mormon sect of faith. All of Brown’s adults agree that these rules don’t apply in this case because Christine no longer believes in trust.

Mary Brown, Janelle Brown, Cody Brown, Christine Brown and Robin Brown

Mary Brown, Janelle Brown, Cody Brown, Christine Brown and Robin Brown

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Reflecting on the tense scene in her backyard on Sunday’s episode, Christine noted that Robyn’s older daughters from her previous marriage (who Cody legally adopted) seemed “angry” to her as they parted ways.

“No, my kids are not upset with him,” Robin told the cameras in a private interview. “They’re the innocent parties in all of this, all the kids.” He said Christine’s departure from the family was “devastating” for everyone.

Sister Wives airs Sundays at 10pm ET on TLC.

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