Sister Wives: Meri Brown Clears Up Fan Confusion Over Where She is Living
As fans know, the brown family has had plans to build on their new Coyote Pass land in Arizona.
Jenelle Brown stepped out of the box and moved herself into a luxury RV on the Brown property that afforded her the opportunity to commune with the nature that surrounded her RV.
According to InTouch Weekly, on Tuesday, September 28, Meri, 50, shared a beaming image of herself beaming amid a beautiful woodland country backdrop, and that’s when a fan got curious about where she was.
Sister Wives: Is Meri Living with Jenelle at Coyote Pass?
Some fans wondered if the reality TV star was staying at her bed and breakfast, Lizzie’s Heritage Inn, but she quickly set the record straight.
In her comments, Meri writes, “I live at my home in Flagstaff with my family,” adding, “I get asked that a lot, and I’m not sure why lol!”
These questions arose almost three months after Jenelle Brown, 52, had announced that she was moving into the RV on the Brown property.
When she announced the move on a beautiful Instagram post of her RV set amid a rocky area on a bright sunny day she captioned, “So I have something fun to share.
I acted boldly and seized an adventure.
The rental where I was living was sold and I chose an alternative path to trying to find another rental.
Not only is the housing market in Flagstaff as crazy as where you are I’m sure, rentals are even harder to come by.
Presenting my new summer adventure – the RV life but camped on our property.”
Fans have wondered if the other Sister Wives Meri, Robyn, and Christine had followed suit and joined Jenelle on the Coyote Pass land.
Fans may recall that Meri Brown has had a lot of difficulty in her relationship with the family patriarch Kody Brown, 52, over the years and fans may even still be wondering if Meri has left Kody, a question she has quickly cleared up on more than one occasion.
While we now know that Meri is still in Flagstaff, fans have wondered if Christine, 49, may be considering a move back to her home state of Utah as she had indicated such a desire in episodes of Season 15 of Sister Wives.
It may be recalled that Christine had listed her three-bedroom Flagstaff home on August 5, for $725,000, and Robyn, who has been keeping a low profile on social media since last season wrapped.
According to a season 16 teaser, there is sure to be some drama is the coming season when tension surrounding COVID protocols erupts between Jenelle’s family, Kody, and Robyn.
Fans are sure to be on the lookout for more drama among the Sister Wives in season 16 that is set to take off on November 21, 2021.