After their respective splits from Kody, Sister Wives Janelle, Meri, and Christine Brown spent Thanksgiving separately. Janelle celebrated with three of her and Kody’s six children, while the others were not present. Meri flew solo on a trip to Lake Michigan, and Christine enjoyed her first married holiday with her husband David Woolley.
Kody and his fourth wife Robin did not share their Thanksgiving festivities on social media.
The holidays were different for Sister Wives’ Janelle, Meri, and Christine Brown following their separations from Kody, with Janelle spending Thanksgiving with three of her children, Meri flying solo on a trip to Lake Michigan, and Christine enjoying her first married holiday with husband David Woolley.
The holidays brought new changes for the Sister Wives stars Janelle, Meri, and Christine Brown after their separations from Kody Brown. On Thanksgiving, each of the women had different plans to celebrate the food-filled holiday.
Janelle, who confirmed her separation from Kody in December 2022, spent Thanksgiving cooking for three of her and Kody’s six children. Her children, Logan, Maddie, and Hunter, were not present for the holiday. Meanwhile, Meri, who announced her official breakup with Kody in January, appeared to have taken a solo trip to Lake Michigan to celebrate Thanksgiving. Christine, who recently married David Woolley in October, enjoyed her first married holiday after her split from Kody in November 2021.
Kody, who is still married to fourth wife Robyn Brown, did not share any details of his Thanksgiving celebrations on social media. The same goes for Robyn, who also did not give a glimpse into their holiday plans. It seems that each of the Sister Wives stars had their unique way of spending Thanksgiving following their respective relationship changes.
As the holidays continue to unfold, fans are left wondering how the Sister Wives stars are navigating these changes in their personal lives. It remains to be seen how they will continue to adjust to their new family dynamics during the upcoming holiday season.