In the previous Sister Wives season, we saw the bond between the sister wives starting to weaken. In the recent teaser, it looks like their relationship might come to an end. Speaking of things coming to an end, Christine said that she can’t say married to Kody anymore. Let’s take a look at this in detail.
Sister Wives: Janelle Is Afraid Of More Separation
Janelle stated that since the family moved to Arizona, there have been some inevitable changes. But it looks like there are going to be further separations and she doesn’t feel comfortable about it as reported by People. Even Meri questioned how they could work on their relationships if they couldn’t even see each other. Janelle also hinted the possibility of some of the sister wives wanting to get out of it.
On a separate note, one of Meri’s sister wives called her relationship with Kody very sad. Meri revealed that she can’t make Kody love her. In a scene, they were sitting on the grass and Meri asked Kody if he would pull away in case she kisses him. He hesitantly answered no only to say that sex and romance are for people in love in his confessional later.
Sister Wives: Christine Gears Up To Tell Kody About Wanting To Move Back To Utah, Meri Consoles Her As She’s About To Give Up
In the confessional, Christine made up
Later, we saw Christine telling Meri that she couldn’t do marriage with Kody anymore. Even though Meri has her own issues to sort with Kody, she urged Christine not to give up like that. But Christine stayed adamant about not wanting to do it anymore, all the while fighting back tears.
Sister Wives: Kody Wants The Wives To Stop Complaining
It looks like Kody is fed up with the four women complaining all the time. He doesn’t want to spend the rest of his life listening to them telling how unhappy they are. At one point he even asked them whether they even want a relationship with their sister wives or not.
All in all, it’s not just Christine whose relationship with Kody is in jeopardy. The entire family is caught in a web of unwanted and uncomfortable bonds. Let us know what you think in the comments below.