‘Sister Wives’: Kody Brown Put Too Many Eggs In Robyn Brown’s Basket?

Sister Wives star Kody Brown seems to bestow Robyn Brown with financial power by putting her name on the majority of his property holdings. It looks like he put a lot of trust into one wife over the other three by doing so.

But when the new season premieres next week, Robyn Brown is an unhappy wife. Unhappy spouses often start to fend for themselves when it comes to their future. So, will this be the case with Robyn Brown?

The youngest and fourth wife of the Sister Wives family doesn’t like the family spread out all over Flagstaff. The promos for Sister Wives Season 14 have Robyn in a few meltdowns. It appears Kody Brown’s decisions ignite those moments of despair for his fourth wife.

Sister Wives: Kody Brown Put A Lot of Stock In Robyn Brown?

Robyn Brown is now the only legal wife for Kody Brown, thanks to Meri Brown divorcing their shared-husband. Meri became Kody Brown’s first wife when she legally married him decades ago. She divorced the Sister Wives patriarch so Kody could legally marry Robyn and adopt her children a few years back.

Since the day Robyn Brown entered the Sister Wives tribe, viewers pegged her as Kody Brown’s favorite wife. Whether she gets most of his devotion or not is up for debate. But the same can’t be said for her property holdings today.

That’s because what she owns for property appears in black and white. So there’s no debating the legal documents on file. While Kody Brown appears on all the property deeds, Robyn’s name is right there with him on more than half of them.

Sister Wives: Kody Brown Properties

One Wife Could Call the Shots

Kody Brown owns seven properties in Flagstaff, Arizona. While his name appears on all seven deeds, Robyn Brown appears on four of them with her Sister Wives husband. She even appears on Christine Brown’s Coyote Pass parcel of land.

When the new season rolls out, the promos suggest Robyn Brown is unhappy. Her gloom over life in Flagstaff is highlighted in one of the Sister Wives couch scenes. Robyn isn’t the only wife who sees the potential of losing the family culture due to being spread out all over Flagstaff.

Meri Brown becomes very vocal over this as well as Janelle Brown and Christine Brown. Kody can only hang his head as his Sister Wives spouses layout their worries about their new living situations. But with Robyn Brown legally owning so much of the family property her decisions can carry a lot of weight.

Sister Wives: Meri Brown - Robyn Brown - Kody Brown - Christine Brown - Janelle Brown

Sister Wives: An Unhappy Wife Could Change Course of Brown Destiny

The Sister Wives new season promo clip shows Robyn Brown unhinged at one point. The family wasn’t there but a day before a neighbor told Meri Brown their polygamous family is not wanted there. Then the neighbors called the police on them.

Details of the police visit didn’t appear in the promo. But it sounds as if the neighbors attempted to turn them in for practicing polygamy, which is against the law.

The family that makes up this Sister Wives show is now widely spread out across Flagstaff. It can take up to 30 minutes for one wife to get to another wife’s house. Robyn Brown cries on camera over the closeness they shared in Vegas while living in their cul-de-sac.

It still appears that Kody Brown is up in the air with what their next move entails. Will they replicate that cul-de-sac on Coyote Pass or will Kody Brown erect that big house he wanted? But this is Kody Brown, so will visions of profits dance in his head and send him in a new direction?

Did Kody Give One Wife Enough Power to Tumble His Kingdom?

While Robyn Brown seemed devoted to Kody Brown in the past, a lot has changed with this move. She’s one unhappy Sister Wives member today, according to the previews. Before the last season ended Robyn made it clear that once she moves to Flagstaff she won’t move again. Now with all the financial problems on their shoulders, another move might come up as an option.

Soap Dirt recently reported the Coyote Pass property went up substantially in value since Kody Brown purchased it almost two years ago. Now with their neighbor problems added to their financial problems, will Kody Brown want to sell and move to another state again?

It looks like Robyn Brown owns a good portion of the family’s real estate holdings. So if Kody decides to take the family elsewhere and Robyn is against it,  she could cause problems.

Did Kody Brown put too many eggs in one wife’s basket leaving himself wide open for this possibility? Or will Robyn continue to let Kody Brown lead the family no matter where that might take them?

Sister Wives rolls out the Season 14 premiere next Sunday night, January 5, 2020, on TLC.

Come back to Soap Dirt for all the news on the new season of Sister Wives along with the scoop on Kody Brown and his family.