Reality TV show concepts took an interesting turn when Sister Wives premiered on TLC. The show focuses on the world of polygamy, combined families, and what it’s like behind closed doors to live this type of lifestyle.
Kody Brown is the husband who married four wives and raised 18 children with them all. One of his wives, Christine Brown, announced in November 2021 that she was divorcing him. Fast-forward to today, and Christine is engaged to a new man, David Woolley. Naturally, fans are curious: Where does Christine live now?
Where does Christine Brown live now?
According to the U.S. Sun, Christine recently purchased a house with her fiancé David Woolley. The couple reportedly bought a new home for $770,000 in Lehi, Utah. It features more than 4,200 square feet, four bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and a gorgeous view of Mount Timpanogos and the East Mountains, per the publication.
When Sister Wives first started airing in 2010, Christine lived in Lehi, Utah in a one, giant home alongside Kody, her sister wives, and their combined children. From there, they relocated to Las Vegas in four separate houses all located in the same cul-de-sac.
The Browns then moved everything to Flagstaff, Ariz., where the sister wives all had their own homes and lived with their respective children — but their houses weren't necessarily located close together.
Ultimately, the plan was for Kody and his four wives to build homes (five in total) on the property they purchased called Coyote Pass. That didn't end up happening, as all wives except Robyn have since split from the Brown family patriarch.
When Christine initially moved to Utah, she rented a duplex. According to InTouch Weekly, she lived in the city of Murray, based on what the mortgage deed of her former Arizona home stated. Christine's Utah duplex was 3.490 square feet and included two bathrooms, three bedrooms, a porch, a wooden deck, a basement, and a built-in garage.
Christine sold her Coyote Pass parcel to Kody for $10 in August 2022.
Those who tune into Sister Wives know all too well the drama surrounding a piece of property the Browns have referred to as Coyote Pass. Initially, Kody had big dreams of building a combined home for his family in Flagstaff, Ariz. — but that eventually turned into constructing five separate houses. With Christine out of the picture (and Janelle and Meri!), that clearly isn't happening anymore.
In Nov. 2021, she spoke about the move in a Cameo video saying, “This decision was a long time coming. I feel like a much better person divorced than I ever did. Life is so great!” From the outside looking in, it appears Christine is truly happier now that she’s apart from Kody.
In August 2022, Christine officially sold her Coyote Pass parcel to Kody and Robyn for $10, according to property records obtained by Us Weekly. The transaction was technically classified as a deed of gift. Considering her portion of the land was worth $213,420, it seemed Christine just wanted to put more distance between herself and Kody without any more drama.
You can stream Seasons 1–17 of Sister Wives on Discovery Plus.