Christine Brown, known for her role on the hit reality TV series Sister Wives, has recently tied the knot with David Woolley in a picturesque wedding ceremony in Moab, Utah. The couple exchanged vows in the presence of approximately 330 guests, making it a grand affair to remember.
For Christine, her wedding was an absolute fairytale and a dream come true. The celebrations began with a delightful dinner cruise down the scenic Colorado River, setting the tone for a memorable weekend. As Christine made her way down the aisle, she was accompanied by her son and father, adding a touch of sentiment to the occasion.
The couple sealed their love with passionate kisses and were introduced as Mr. and Mrs. Woolley, marking Christine’s first legal marriage. Previously, she had a spiritual marriage with her ex-husband, Kody Brown, in 1994. Together, Christine and Kody share six children.
In late 2021, Christine publicly announced her split from Kody, making her new marriage even more significant. It was in October 2022 that she and David started dating privately, and they announced their engagement in April. David, a widowed father of eight, tragically lost his first wife to suicide and addiction in 2012. Fans of Sister Wives are excited to see David appear on the upcoming season 18 of the show.
Prior to their wedding, Christine and David moved into a new home in Lehi, Utah, officially starting their journey as a couple. In a turn of events, Christine’s sister wife, Janelle Brown, also revealed her separation from Kody, adding more intrigue to the dynamics of the show.
For those eager to catch up with the Brown family’s lives, Sister Wives airs on TLC every Sunday at 10 p.m. ET. Audiences can witness the ups and downs, joys and challenges that come with the polygamist lifestyle as experienced by the Brown family.
Overall, Christine’s wedding signifies a new chapter in her life, filled with love, happiness, and the promise of a bright future with David by her side.
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