Sister Wives star Meri Brown was hurt after her husband Kody Brown urged her to move into the family’s B&B.
Meri Brown from Sister Wives isn’t certain about the future of her Bed & Breakfast, Lizzie’s Heritage Inn. In Sunday’s upcoming episode of the show, Meri reveals she has temporarily shut down her B&B after her mother, Bonnie Ahlstrom’s unexpected death.
In the meantime, Kody suggested Meri move into her B&B by herself. “That was not my intention,” she says in the clip from the upcoming episode.
Kody and his two wives Robyn and Janelle currently live in Flagstaff, Arizona. “While Kody probably didn’t mean this in a bad way, at the same time it could be completely misunderstood to the point where it’s insensitive,” Robyn says. “It was something that just didn’t need to be said.
Christine Brown points out that Meri has always insisted that she bought the inn to keep it in her family. “From the very beginning, she’s not been interested in living there permanently,” Janelle adds.
Sister Wives: Meri Reacts To Kody’s Suggestion
Meri is understandably hurt when Kody advises her to move up there, implying she bought the Inn to “get away” from him and the family.
“I was here at the very beginning — I helped start this family. It was me and him. We had plans and he loved me,” she says.
Kody, on the other hand, explains he advised Meri to move into the inn because “as a family, it doesn’t feel like we interact that much.”
“I’m not even trying to push her away,” he continues. “She’s laying this burden that she has at my feet about what to do with Lizzie’s Heritage Inn now that her mom’s passed and I’m like, here’s a solution for you.”
Meri and Kody describe their marriage to be more platonic than romantic following the catfish scandal that led to their split, as per a report by People. Let us know what you think of Kody’s suggestion in the comments below.
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