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Christine Brown says her divorce from husband Kody Brown was “a long time coming”.
That Sister Wives opened up about how she’s been feeling since announcing her separation from Kody in a cameo video sent to a fan, saying she feels like a “better person.”
“Thank you for supporting me in leaving Kody. The decision was a long one and I feel like a much better person who is divorced than I ever was,” she told the tab. “Life is so amazing. I had no idea life could be simple.”
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Kody was already in majority marriage with first wife Meri Brown and second wife Janelle Brown when Christine was born in 1994. The exes share son Paedon, 23, and daughters Aspyn, 26, Mykelti, 25, Gwendlyn, 20, Ysabel, 18, and Truely. , 11.
In the video, Christine also revealed the details of her plan for parenting with Kody, saying there are “good and bad days” between them.
“It’s a phenomenal world. It’s a whole new world. I hope Kody and I can still remain friends through this,” Christine said. “We have communicated loudly with each other and stuff like that. We have good and bad days, do not get me wrong. But we still have a life together after this because we have children to raise and Truleys 11. So we have to be good and kind and something like that. I just think it’s important to keep that in mind. “
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“I love being a mom. I love the relationship I have with my kids. It’s like I take them on dates – individual dates,” she continued. “It’s like my favorite thing to do with my kids. Just one-on-one time with them has been the greatest blessing of my life.”
Christine announced her decision to leave Kody in an Instagram post earlier this month. “Kody and I have grown apart and I have made the difficult decision to leave,” she wrote.
Kody responded with his own statement on Instagram, saying Christine’s decision brought him a “big dose of grief.”
Season 16 of Sister Wives premieres on November 21 on TLC.
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