Meri Brown is nervous about sharing her business plans with her ex-husband, Kody Brown, and his only remaining wife, Robyn Brown.
In ET’s exclusive sneak peek for this Sunday’s episode of Sister Wives, Meri tells her old friend, Jen, that she plans to move the clothing part of her business from Flagstaff, Arizona, to Utah, where she runs her late mother’s B&B .
“I need to let Robyn know because I feel like she’s the only one who will really care and, honestly, she’s going to have a problem with that,” Meri admits about Robyn.
She adds that the plan “gives me a lot of anxiety,” but Jen assures her that Robyn “will understand.”
But Robyn isn’t the only one Meri is afraid to tell.
“I would like my relationship with Kody to get to a point where we have a good marital relationship, but that’s not the case right now,” Meri admits. “And I feel like when I tell him I’m moving my business to the B&B, he’ll take that to mean that I’m done with this relationship and that’s not where I am.”
Meri was Kody’s first wife, but their relationship has been estranged for years following their catfishing scandal in 2015. In 2014, Kody legally divorced Meri to legally marry Robyn in an effort to adopt their children from a previous marriage.
Robyn has been very upset with the dissolution of the family after Christine Brown split from Kody in 2021 and Janelle Brown followed suit shortly after. The dramatic fallout is currently unfolding on season 18 of the Brown family’s TLC reality series.
Sister Wives fans now know that Meri and Kody’s marriage ultimately isn’t working out. Last January, Meri and Kody mutually announced that they had “permanently ended” their marriage.
Meri and Kody share son Leon Brown, who came out as transgender in 2022.