“Sisters” star Kristin Brown has shared a set of shows since leaving Bittersweet.

“Sister Wives” star Christine Brown is reeling from her departure from the TLC reality series.

On Tuesday, the 50-year-old took to TikTok to share her feelings following her exit from the show.

“This is my last day on set in Flagstaff … and it’s a little bittersweet,” Brown said in a selfie video set against the backdrop of “Sisters.”


“This is the couch I’ve sat on for years, talking about the show and discussing my feelings.”

Brown continued to pan the camera around the room, revealing the production set, revealing that the interview took place in a garage.

The caption reads, “I took this on my last day on set in Flagstaff. I’ve been traveling back and forth for a year. 8 hour commutes every week. So excited to finally settle down in Utah!”

Christine Brown currently resides in Salt Lake City, Utah with her daughter Truely from a plural marriage.

The reality TV star was in a plural marriage for 26 years. She previously lived in Flagstaff, Arizona with her ex-husband Cody Brown and his three wives Mary, Janelle and Robin.

Cody has a total of 18 children between women.

In November 2021, Christine made an announcement and decided to call it quits Instagram.

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“After over 25 years together, Cody and I have separated and I have made the difficult decision to walk away,” she wrote.

“We will continue to be a strong presence in each other’s lives, parenting our beautiful children and supporting our wonderful family. In the meantime, we ask for your grace and love as we navigate this phase within our family. “

Brown told People magazine last summer that he had renounced his fundamentalist Mormon faith and proudly stated, “I live my life for myself.”

Christine Brown previously lived with her ex-husband Cody Brown and his three wives, Mary, Janelle and Robin.

Christine Brown previously lived with her ex-husband Cody Brown and his three wives, Mary, Janelle and Robin.

“My whole world has changed and every cell in my body is happier… I didn’t like sharing with my husband or feeling unimportant,” she told the media.

Christine Brown was in a plural marriage for 26 years.

Christine Brown was in a plural marriage for 26 years.
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Brown concluded his behind-the-scenes video by saying, “I’ve been talking about my feelings for years and this is the last time and today is a little bittersweet. That’s it – goodbye, Flagstaff. “


She had previously said the divorce took effect after she decided the marriage was over. Brown is no longer a member of the Mormon Fundamentalist faith and was never legally married to Cody.

“Because I didn’t have any legal contract binding me with Cody, there was no legal process we had to go through,” he explained.

After leaving polygamy, Brown moved to Salt Lake City with her daughter, Truely.

At the time of their split, Cody took to Instagram to say that Brown’s “decision to leave came with great sadness.”

Brown insisted that he would “be monogamist from now on.”

According to People, Cody is survived by one wife, Robyn. The couple has been legally married since 2014. Earlier this month, Janelle opened up about her split from Cody during a special episode of Sisters: One of a Kind. Mary said their relationship broke up after years of no sexual or romantic involvement.

Stephanie Nolasco contributed to this report.

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