‘Sister Wives’: Kody Brown Admits That Robyn’s House Feels Like ‘His House’

Kody Brown and his wives have run into serious trouble in recent months. The polygamist family has been at odds with each other, and while several of them are blaming the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Sister Wives fans think there are other issues at play. Kody might have admitted exactly what is wrong inside the supersized family. In a recent interview, he acknowledged that Robyn Brown’s home feels more like his house, while his other three wives’ houses feel like their homes. His words seem to offer even more evidence to a long-held fan theory. Fans have suspected that Kody is only interested in a romantic relationship with Robyn, his fourth and now legal wife. 

Kody Brown admits that Robyn Brown’s house feels like his home 

Kody Brown is finally admitting what fans have long suspected. In an upcoming confessional, the polygamist revealed that he is spending most of his time with Robyn. His words seem to suggest he feels a stronger connection to the life they’ve forged together than his life with his other three wives and 13 children. 

Christine Brown, Janelle Brown, Kody Brown, Robyn Brown and Meri Brown attend the Nevada Ballet Theatre's 'The Nutcraker'
The cast of ‘Sister Wives’ | Marcel Thomas/FilmMagic

In a sneak peek obtained by Us Weekly, Kody admits that Janelle’s home doesn’t feel like his house anymore. In fact, he suggested that the only place that feels like it belongs to him is Robyn’s expansive home. He said, “Robyn’s house, as I have been there more, has made me feel like that’s my house and my rules and my family.” While Kody attempts to blame coronavirus for a shift in his priorities, fans aren’t buying it. 

Does ‘Sister Wives’ star, Kody Brown, even see his other wives anymore? 

The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t been kind to the Brown family’s dynamic. Each member of the supersized family seems to have a different approach to mitigating the risk. Kody and his fourth wife, Robyn, implemented several serious strategies to limit their exposure, while Christine and Janelle appeared to take a more lax approach to the virus. Meri Brown, Kody’s first wife, seems to have fallen somewhere in the middle. 

Kody insists that the pandemic has widened the divide for his plural family. Still, some family followers think the father of 18 was only spending time with Robyn long before the pandemic became an issue. It’s been rumored that Kody stopped sleeping at his other wives’ homes shortly after the family moved to Flagstaff, Arizona. While neither Kody nor his wives have come out and admitted it, several moments in recent Sister Wives episodes suggest it might be the case.

Christine Brown, Janelle Brown, Kody Brown, Robyn Brown, and Meri Brown ‘Sister Wives’ standing in front of a red background.
Christine Brown, Janelle Brown, Kody Brown, Robyn Brown, and Meri Brown ‘Sister Wives’ | TLC

Christine had lamented not having a “full marriage” more than once before she finally separated from her longtime spouse. Meri and Kody have both admitted to being “friends” and mostly estranged in several interviews. Kody even clarified that Meri has not factored into the family’s “rotation” for several years. 

Whether the pandemic is to blame, or the family is just experiencing a natural breakdown, things are not looking good. Christine Brown has already opted out of the family, and some fans think Meri isn’t far behind, although she insists she is staying put. Perhaps another season will shed further light on the family’s troubling dynamic.

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