Sister Wives Christine Brown continues to move on literally and figuratively from the reality TLC show that made her famous.
Christine Brown recently sold her part of the Flagstaff, Arizona, property around which the show is based to 53-year-old patriarch, Us reports.
Christine Brown, the fourth wife, reportedly “gifted” her portion of the Coyote Pass land in Flagstaff to Kody Brown and his fourth wife for $10.
“For the consideration of Ten Dollars, and other valuable consideration, I or we, Kody Winn Brown and Robyn Alice Brown, husband and wife and Christine R. Brown, a single woman do/does hereby convey to Kody Winn Brown and Robyn Alice Brown, husband and wife the following real property situated in Coconino County, Arizona,” the warranty deed reads, according to Us.
Christine Brown — along with Janelle and Meri — is one of the wives of Kody Brown, around whose family the show is based. Sister Wives includes 18 children.
The program started 16 years ago.
The next season of Sister Wives is reportedly in the works.
Meanwhile, Janelle recently shared on social media that she recently took a trip with Christine Brown to Disney.
As Newsweek relayed, Janelle Brown is sharing her weight loss journey, working on her garden and moved to Coyote Pass. And that’s just part of it.
“We came out to the property. We’re starting to get things kind of ready for this next summer, and I remember how much I love it here,” she said on Instagram. “I was in town for the winter, and I love town. But gosh—and I forget what it’s like out here.
“When you look at this whole thing, come on. It’s just…amazing. I’m so excited to get out here this summer and work on it some more.”