TLC Sister Wives spoilers finds that we have watched the Brown family grow and flourish. There have been a lot of issues with Kody Brown and his four wives, but overall, they have kept up with the standards of loving fans. One of the Brown children, Mariah Brown, told her fans why she wasn’t home for Christmas. We have the hot news on what led her to this decision.
TLC Sister Wives Spoilers: Mariah’s Relationship and Christmas Time
Mariah is the only daughter of sister wife, Meri Brown. She is 24 years old and recently shared with her fans why she would be absent at her family’s Christmas celebration. If you have watched the show, you know that Mariah is open about being a lesbian. She decided to spend the holidays with her fiance, Audrey. She posted on social media, “Feeling extra grateful for this one today for taking care of me when I’m sick and loving me when I’m a towel and always having the biggest smile on your face.” In the same post, she also wrote, “I’ve been struggling a little bit with spending another Christmas away from my given family, but I am so grateful that Audrey has given me another amazing family that I am so lucky and excited to spend quality time with. Grateful I got a great partner with great parents and family.”
TLC Sister Wives Spoilers: Mariah Brown was Not Home for Christmas
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The Brown wives posted on her social media about how much they would miss Mariah this year, but they know that she is in good hands! Fans of the TLC show, Sister Wives, are very grateful that they show an LGBTQ relationship on the show. It seems that it could be taboo in their religious beliefs, but clearly, the wives are happy that Mariah is happy with Audrey. That is all that matters to them.
Mariah and Audrey have been engaged since February and have been dating for three years. Both of the girls were raised in Mormon families and it was a bit of a shock when Mariah came out to her parents. Kody Brown wrote about it, “God has prepared my heart and mind for 15 years. Now Mariah can feel safe being openly gay with our family. I grew up in a world with terrible prejudice to the gay community. Charles Dickens’ Christmas Carol taught me a modern lesson.” We are extremely happy that the Browns have been so inclusive with Mariah and Audrey and we hope that they had a magical holiday together.