‘Sister Wives’: Maddie’s Daughter Evie Gets Her Theme-Based Prosthetic [Photo]

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Sister Wives star Madison Brush (aka Maddie’s) daughter Evie K Brown has finally received her new prosthetic. Maddie bears a striking resemblance to her mother, Janelle, and has the same personality.

The Sister Wives star welcomed her daughter in 2019. Regrettably, the little one was diagnosed with FACTO syndrome. The doctors had to amputate her foot, and she has been wearing a prosthetic ever since.

Evie K Gets An Upgraded Prosthetic

Evie’s prosthetic has been upgraded to Princes Caliber. Maddie Brush and Caleb Brush welcomed their first child, Axel in 2017. The couple welcomed baby Evie in 2019. 

Evie K is born with a rare genetic disease, FACTO syndrome. It leads to congenital limb formation. So, the doctors had to amputate her foot and even operate on her hands.

Despite wearing a prosthetic, she appears extremely independent. Taking to her Instagram account, Maddie shared her daughter’s excitement over her new theme-based prosthetic, as reported by TV Season Spoilers. 

Sister Wives

Moreover, she will get a Frozen-themed prosthetic. According to Maddie, her little one is quite excited about it. She has also added glitter to it.

Evie has become surprisingly independent and is capable of putting on her prosthetic on her own. Maddie’s son Axel is also more mature than his age child. 

 

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Moreover, he loves his sister very much Likewise, he is Evie’s motivation and she learns everything from him. Also, their grandmother, Janelle loves them the most.

What do you think about prosthetics? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below. Watch this space for the latest updates on Sister Wives!

Sister Wives Evie K prosthetic

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