‘Sister Wives’ star Meri Brown introduces new boyfriend after leaving polygamous marriage with Kody

Last Modified: 1st Jan

“Sister Wives” alum Mero Brown is finally all smiles!

On her 53rd birthday, the reality TV star announced that she has now also moved on with a new man following her separation from ex-husband Kody Brown.

Meri captioned the Instagram post, “Birthday #53 is looking a bit different for me this year, and might I say, I like how it looks!”

“Meet Amos, the good-looking guy I've been dating since October!,” she introduced her boyfriend to her nearly 1 million Instagram followers.

Mero Brown, Amos (Source: Instagram)

Meri, who was the first of four wives of Kody Brown, added that she has been keeping this relationship close to herself as they have been “enjoying the last few months of dating and getting to know each other.”

She joked she is ready to “share him with the world (jk, not really sharing, I'm keeping him to myself).”

In the lengthy post, the mom of one went on to describe her new partner, “He's not 6 foot 6, nor is he a pilot, but he loves Christmas almost as much as I do, and we laugh a lot together, both of which are important elements to a relationship!”

Mero Brown, Amos (Source: Instagram)

Meri Brown and Kody Brown married on April 21, 1990, and share a child – Leon Brown, 27, who came out as transgender in June 2022.

Kody went on to marry three other wives – Janelle Brown in 1993, Christine Brown on March 25, 1994, and Robyn Brown on December 11, 2014.

Meri and Kody officially divorced in 2014 so that he could legally marry Robyn. They continued their “spiritual” union until December 2022.

Kody and Janelle have six children together- Logan, Madison, Hunter, Garrison, Gabriel, and Savannah. They separated in December 2022.

Christine and Kody Brown share six children - Aspyn, Mykelti, Paedon, Gwendlyn, Ysabel, and Truely. They split in November 2021.

Looking back at the “marriages” he had with four women, Kody said in a December 2023 interview with People, “I don’t advise people marry and go over three wives.”

“I’m not an advocate of plural marriage, but I’ve had my own experience in it and I’ve had my own failures in it. Because of that, I’m like, you got to be really, really wise about who is doing it, how they’re doing it,” he added.

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