Sister Wives' Meri Brown admits she's 'really lonely' as husband Kody 'rarely visits' after the couple 'quit dating'

Sister Wives' Meri Brown admits she's 'really lonely' as husband Kody 'rarely visits' after the couple 'quit dating'

March 22, 2021

MERI Brown has further opened up about the disconnect in her marriage to Kody Brown, admitting that she feels "really lonely" in their relationship.

The Sister Wives' star revealed her emotions towards a life without her spouse, as the couple only see each other once in a "blue moon."

Meri, 50, and Kody, 52, spoke about their relations in Sunday's episode of the TLC show.

Kody and his four wives divided their homes during the pandemic, spreading out onto four different properties in Flagstaff, Arizona.

The polygamist's first wife has seen him very rarely since Covid broke out, telling viewers that her life has become "lonely."

"They say that a person needs four hugs a day just to survive. People probably are not getting four hugs a day right now.

"I love hugs and touch, from the appropriate person, you know what I mean?" she confessed.

"And when you don't have that, it feels really, really lonely."

Meri then brought up Kody, whom she married in April of 1990, elucidating: "I'm really careful about pushing Kody because I don't want him to feel like I'm being demanding or pushy or anything like that.

"You know, I don't know what Kody is going to be doing after the two-week quarantine. I don't know what his plans are — I can't speak to that, honestly."

Though admitting that her husband regularly visits her fellow sister wives, she shared that he doesn't come by her house unless their daughter is home from Chicago.

"He doesn't typically come to my house very often. Maybe now that Mariah and Audrey are here, he might come and visit with them at the end of the two weeks.

"But he basically is just going to be going between Janelle and Christine and Robyn, that's typically what he does. Just calling it like it is."

Kody also spoke out about Meri during the episode, where he disclosed his lack of effort towards the mother of his child.

"There's just been nothing going on between me and Meri," he told viewers.

"She interacts with the family for the holidays and the birthdays, we get together once in a while, I see Meri once in a blue moon, but we quit dating and that's just probably because I quit calling her to say, 'Let's go do something.'"

Though originally Kody was only married to Meri legally, he convinced her to divorce him so he could marry the newest addition, Robyn, 42, in 2014.

Despite their official split the reality star considers himself wedded to Meri, Christine, Janelle, and Robyn spiritually.

Fans recently sensed discord between Meri and Christine when the latter claimed she has gained "enemies" since moving to Arizona.

“Flagstaff has been a huge reset,” she shared, adding: “I think I have enemies.”

Though it wasn't confirmed she was speaking about Kody's first wife, Robyn chimed in with: “She’s actually trying to sabotage your relationship with Kody. You can’t trust her.”

One fan offered their opinion on the ordeal, commenting: “I wonder if Meri is trying to sabotage her relationship with Kody and her other sister wives so she can officially be out, although she’s not even legally married to Kody anymore. Don’t know why she doesn’t just leave.”

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