Why did the Sister Wives move to Flagstaff?

The Sister Wives – Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn – lived with their husband Kody Brown in Utah when their reality show started in 2010.

The following year they moved to Las Vegas, before moving to their current home of Flagstaff, Arizona.

They currently live in homes in separate parts of Flagstaff, with Kody and Robyn buying a house last year.

Christine said on the show, of the move: “I told her it was going to be cheaper and we were going to save money when we sell our houses and that hadn’t happened.

"We’re going to get back together again at Coyote Pass and that hasn’t happened. This conversation sucks.”

However, Christine insisted it “wasn’t a mistake” to move to Arizona.


She continued: “Even though it’s been a hit. Even though it’s not what we wanted. It wasn’t a mistake. Flagstaff is where we’re supposed to be. It feels right.

"It’s hard to see it as a reality sometimes. I have to stay as positive as I can that we’re going to get out there.”

The Sun can confirm Kody and Robyn bought a five-bedroom, four-bathroom home for $890,000 in August 2019.

Meri and Janelle are currently living in rentals, Kody and Christine purchased a home when they moved for $520,000.






The polyamorous family told People they wanted a “slower lifestyle” and more time outdoors in Arizona, when they left Sin City.

Some Sister Wives fans aren’t buying the Brown family’s explanation for the move and have their own theory.

Fans think that the decision had more to do with Robyn’s oldest son, Dayton, from a previous marriage, who is now attending Flagstaff-based Northern Arizona University (NAU) on a scholarship.

Robyn said on the TLC show that she was worried about how far he would be from Las Vegas and the rest of the family because of his developmental disability.

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