After 32 years of marriage, Sister Wives star Meri Brown left Kody Brown. Meri chose to live in a plural marriage for religious reasons, but she and Kody struggled to make their marriage work. Kody never truly loved Meri, and he openly favored his fourth wife, Robyn Brown. Despite being neglected by Kody, Meri stayed in the marriage long after it was over.

Meri had been the one to introduce Kody to Robyn and encouraged him to court her. In 2014, Kody legally divorced Meri to marry Robyn and adopt her children. Meri supported Kody through this, showing her unwavering commitment to plural marriage. However, after Janelle and Christine left Kody, Meri found herself on her own, leaning on her friends for support.

Since the divorce, Meri has been focused on growing her business empire, including a bed and breakfast called Lizzie’s Heritage Inn. She has also ventured into motivational speaking and life coaching with her subscription service, Worthy Up. While Meri has been successful in her career pursuits, her romantic life has been challenging. Her relationship with Amos Andrews ended after a short time, leaving many to wonder if she will find love again.

Despite her struggles in love, Meri remains a prominent figure on Sister Wives, a reality TV show that follows Kody Brown and his four wives as they navigate their unique family dynamic. The show has aired 18 seasons and can be streamed on Discovery+. Through all her challenges, Meri continues to inspire with her resilience and determination.