The Brown family from 'Sister Wives' announce their plan to move out from Las Vegas

The Brown family from 'Sister Wives' announce their plan to move out from Las Vegas

The Brown family is looking forward to moving to out of Las Vegas and take on a less busy lifestyle in the scenic city of Flagstaff, Arizona.

The entertaining ‘Sister Wives’ family is starting a new phase in their life. They have revealed that they are relocating from Las Vegas, Nevada, to Flagstaff, Arizona, reported PEOPLE. The rather large polygamist family think the move will function as a new adventure and seem quite excited to move from the dynamic city. In a statement, they said, “As much as we’ve loved making our home and memories here in Las Vegas, we are excited to embark on a new adventure in Flagstaff, Arizona! We are looking forward to cooler temperatures, the mountain air, scenic views and the slower lifestyle of Flagstaff.” The move will be showcased in the next season of TLC’s ‘Sister Wives’ that will air early next year.

The Brown family consists of Kody Brown and his four wives—Christine, Robyn, Janelle and Meri Brown. They have 18 children together. Though the family only made the announcement very recently, they have been hinting at the move for a while now if you were observing their Instagram accounts carefully. Janelle recently posted a picture of Flagstaff, where she spent 4th of July weekend with a couple of her family members.

She captioned the picture, “Had the great fun of attending a small town 4th of July parade in Flagstaff, AZ. Maddie, Caleb, Axel, Savanah, Garrison and I ran away from the heat for a few days. This small town parade is popular - bringing in 20,000 spectators every year. It was so much fun...”


 

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The news of the move broke after another good news surfaced about the family. One of them being the wedding of Kody and his wife Christine’s daughter Aspyn, reported People. Last month the beautiful 23-year-old married Mitch Thomson at La Caille restaurant in Sandy, Utah. She wore a dress designed by Alfred Angelo for the ceremony that took place out in nature with the mountains into the background. The duo wrote their own vows and even practiced a Celtic tradition during the ceremony that involved the two binding their hand together. The tradition is supposed to symbolize the couple’s commitment to each other.

In other news, Kody’s first wife Meri was honored with hard work and dedication in the hospitality industry by her home state of Utah, reported Inquisitr. Meri is the owner of Lizzie’s Heritage Inn, which is regarded as the “best in Utah.” The Inn used to be her family’s ancestral home until it was sold out of the family, and recently Meri decided to acquire it again. The inn reflects her great-great-grand mother’s spirit, in both its name and design.