Robyn Brown is opening up about what her future looks like in polygamy after husband Kody Brown’s recent splits.
Kody, 53, has been through three breakups in the past few months. While his third wife Christine Brown went public with their split in November 2021, his splits from first wife Meri Brown and second wife Janelle Brown came to light in all three parts Sister wives: tete-a-tete special.
Robyn, 44, is Kody’s only remaining wife. Considering everything he’s been through lately, Robyn shared during Sunday’s finale Sister wives: tete-a-tete episode that she’s not entirely sure of Kody’s plans for the future — but she explained that “he basically said no” to bringing in more wives.
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Polygamy was – and still is – something Robyn envisions for herself. Although she told host Sukanya Krishnan that she may be asked Kody to “try again”, she also admitted that she was “afraid of him because of the seriousness of the situation”.
“I’m really, really struggling with this because I feel like, ‘Oh, well. That didn’t work out. So let’s get to [someone] new,” she said. ” It’s difficult for me. It’s really very hard for me. It’s disrespectful.”
When asked if she could see herself living a monogamous life with Kody, Robyn said she was “really, really struggling” with the idea.
“I don’t know what to do with it. It disrupts my identity,” she continued before bursting into tears. “It’s not the future I wanted. I want this house with us on the porch in the rocking chairs with our grandkids and our kids around us. You know, the grandparents ranch. C is what I want.”
Robyn added, “I don’t know how to let it go.”
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At one point, Kody admitted he was “on the verge of not even being a polygamist” because of what he went through.
Along the same lines, Christine said she believes Kody no longer has the ‘capacity’ to be polygamous and should go down the path of monogamy with ‘soul mates’. Robin.
“I think some of them would still be a bit sad that it didn’t work out and the big family didn’t work out,” said Christine, 50. “And I think there would be a bit of grief and a bit of loss there again, because it’s a dream, right? It’s giving up on a dream, and it’s not a dream that they wanted to give up, necessarily. I don’t see them looking for another woman after that.”
Bryant Livingston/TLC/Everett Kody Brown (center), flanked by Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn Brown
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Elsewhere in the episode, Robyn explained what caused most of Kody’s marriages to deteriorate. Speaking specifically to Christine and Janelle, she said they had “made choices” that impacted the future of their relationship.
“They handed him to me and said, ‘We don’t want to spend time with him,’ basically. ‘Here you have him all the time,'” she said. “They made choices that he didn’t feel able to go there because of his personal beliefs in protecting his family, protecting our jobs, protecting our health. Yeah, sure , he will flourish with my children, because he is more present.”
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Robyn then argued that what viewers were seeing was the result of “years of people not taking care of their relationships”.
“He’s had wives who have rejected him, emotionally, because they’re uncomfortable or they don’t like it. That’s not who they are,” he said. she continued. “I’m sorry, but if you reject someone’s affection, your spouse, I don’t see how that’s going to help your relationship.”
Robyn added: “If you’re sitting there constantly nagging your husband about what you didn’t get, even though you have that apple in your hand but you really want it orange, then how is “He’s supposed to feel like you see what he does for you? How is he supposed to feel appreciated?”