Sister Wives: Meri, Christine, Janelle, Together in Hysterical Zinger Today

Sister Wives star Meri Brown doesn’t mingle with Janelle Brown and Christine Brown today, as the three original co-wives from the TLC series went two different ways. So, you might find it hard-pressed to see all three together in a photo these days. But someone out there found a hilarious way to capture all three ex-wives of Kody Brown in a picture.

Sister Wives: Meri Brown, Christine Brown, & Janelle Brown Not a Likely Trio

It’s highly unlikely that Christine Brown, Janelle Brown, and Meri Brown will hang out together anytime soon. While Christine and Janelle have become closer than ever, Meri is not considered one of their buddies either before or after their split from Kody Brown.

But that didn’t stop one creative Sister Wives fan out there from joining the three wives together for a hysterically funny joke. This was so unique that Christine felt the urge to post it on social media after “laughing my head off” when she spotted it.

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Sister Wives fans got a kick out of this comparison movie bill, along with Christine. Whoever put it together was quite creative with Meri Midler, Christine Hawn, and Janelle Keaton. The First Wives Club, a 1996 movie, starred Bette Midler, Goldie Hawn, and Diane Keaton.

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Far From Three Musketeers

These ladies probably will never be the Three Musketeers as both Janelle and Christine have little, if anything at all to do with Meri. All three got their chance over the last few seasons to talk about their relationships with their fellow wives.

Meri Brown said that she and Christine had some fun together through the years. Some of that was captured on the Sister Wives show. But while she and Janelle were cordial to each other, they never got close. But both Christine Brown and Janelle Brown see Meri Brown as someone hard to warm up to. Even after all these years.

Sister Wives: Kody Brown - Meri Brown - Janelle Brown - Christine Brown - Robyn Brown
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When Janelle Brown, who is the second wife, was in this marriage with just Kody and Meri, she said it was awful. Meri was not nice to her at all and made her feel like an unwanted guest rather than part of their Sister Wives family. Meri admitted to treating Janelle too harshly years later.

Christine and Janelle did not like the way Meri treated their children in the early Sister Wives years. They didn’t like the way she treated her two co-wives as well. But they never seemed to resolve it fully as they remain estranged from Meri Brown today.

Sister Wives: Meri, Christine, & Janelle Lose Out

In the end, Robyn Brown got Kody’s heart and full attention. On a recent Sister Wives episode Christine admitted that she wanted what Robyn had, all of Kody’s attention. But when all was said and done she knew that wasn’t going to happen, so she moved on.

But while Meri still keeps in touch with Robyn, that’s not the same for Christine and Janelle. These two ladies seemingly want nothing to do with her at all. They not only see her as a big piece of the family’s demise, but they also see her as a roadblock between their kids and their father.


All four Sister Wives together smiling, well, that’s likely a photo opt we’ll never see. So for now, the fans have to settle for just three, who wound up in this comical photo. But even the three wives who jumped ship will probably never hang out together. That is basically what they’ve said over the last couple of seasons.

But one astute Sister Wives fan saw the opportunity to make Meri Brown, Janelle Brown, and Christine Brown into a trio of movie stars if only just for a moment on a movie poster. It put a smile on Christine Brown’s face, as well as many fans’ faces from this TLC series.

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