SISTER Wives star Meri Brown said she and husband Kody Brown as "figuring out where we are" amid their "split."

The TV personality has sparked breakup rumors in recent years.


Meri recently spoke to People Magazine about the status of their marriage and admitted things are complicated.

The Sister Wives star told the outlet: "We are in a place where we're just figuring out where we are and, you know, what is happening."

Meri, 50, and Kody, 52, tied the knot in April 1990.

He expanded their family three years later when he married his second wife Janelle and then his third wife Christine in 1994.

While he was legally married to Meri, Kody divorced his first wife to wed wife Robyn in 2014 so that he could adopt her kids from a previous relationship.


Kody had 18 children between his four wives.

Meri has been sparking split rumors from Kody in recent years by not wearing her wedding ring and posting cryptic quotes on social media. 

Kody also hinted that there are problems in his relationship with Meri in a teaser clip for the upcoming season of the TLC reality show.

An emotional Kody said in the clip: "We're not the family we used to be."

"I can't make him love me," Meri said through tears before another wife added: "There are some of us who don't want this anymore."


A previous trailer gave a preview of Meri and Kody's dying relationship as the two had a picnic out on a farm.

The TV star asked her husband: "If I were to lean over and kiss you, would you push me away?"

A hesitant Kody simply chuckled at her question as she wiped away her tears.

Their marital problems seemingly began when Kody divorced Meri to be able to legally marry Robyn.

She was also involved in a catfish scandal when she fell in love with a “man” she met online, who ended up being a woman. 

Back in December, Meri shut down the rumors by claiming she is “committed” to her marriage with Kody. 

The TV personality shared a seflie with her husband on social media, which marked their first public photo together in two years.

She wrote in the lengthy caption: "Let's just clarify something here. I love this man. I don't owe anyone an explanation but I'll do it anyway.

"I'm well aware that we, as a family, have chosen to put ourselves 'out there,' which, in turn, brings about all kinds of speculation, commentary, and opinions.

"But it comes down to this. My relationship with him is MY relationship with him."

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