Sister Wives’ Christine Brown working on 'losing weight' as she shows off slim figure after split from husband Kody

SISTER Wives star Christine Brown showed off her weight loss progress after her split from husband Kody.

The reality star shared the pic showcasing her slimmed-down figure in her Facebook group.

Christine, 49, posed for the inspirational shot in her workout gear while outside of her Utah home.

The TLC star wore dark floral leggings, a black tank top and sneakers as she smiled at the camera.

The snap was posted to her private business page of LuluRue consultants where she encouraged others to join her weight loss journey in the caption.

She wrote: "The Spooktacular Slimdown we had last month was a BLAST! We had so much fun and decided we would do it again but with a TURKEY TROT! Some of your results were seriously incredible!

"If you're looking for a FUN time with lives, games, zooms, accountability, community, gaining energy, losing weight, mental clarity and so much more THIS is for you!!! Starting soon!

"You must message me so I can send you the details!!!"

Users praised the star for her progress with one writing: "You look great. Looks like you have lost weight. Beautiful as always."

Another commended the TV star, replying: "Christine you look absolutely fantastic! You look healthy and happy. Keep up the good work. Maintain what you've achieved."

While a third person applauded her hard work commenting: "You go!!! You look amazing….hard work is definitely paying off!!"

Fans have been following Christine's social media posts as she's documented her life since her divorce from her husband Kody.

Last week, the star made a short video for a fan in which she mentioned that she felt "like a much better person" because the divorce had been a "long time coming."

Christine said she was living in a "whole new world" and hoped she could remain "friends" with her ex for the sake of their daughter Truley, 11.

She continued: "Because we've been still real high communicating with each other and stuff. I mean good and bad days, don't get me wrong, it's been blah."

"But we have a life still together after this because we have kids to raise."

The two would "have to be good and amiable" in front of Truley.

She then described how much she loved being a "mom" to her follower, since she is no longer a wife.


Back in October, The Sun exclusively reported that the Sister Wives star had moved into a $1.1m Utah duplex after selling the Arizona home she once shared with her ex-husband for $700,000.

On Christine’s mortgage deed for her Arizona home, she listed herself as a “single woman.”

She most likely moved there with her daughter Truley since her older children have moved out.

Christine is not legally married to Kody, as she is his third spiritual wife, which made her “single” on the court documents. 

Kody was only legally married to first wife Meri, 50, before he divorced her to marry fourth wife Robyn, 43, to be able to adopt her children from a previous marriage. 

He is spiritually married to Janelle, 52, and legally married to Robyn, 43, who has been dubbed the “head wife.”


Recently, Reddit users have been pushing for the TV personality to appear "on the next season” of Dancing With The Stars.

Many fans agreed that they would “love” to see her on the ABC series. 

On Reddit user said: “I would love that. I don’t even like or watch that show, but I think she’d have a blast.” 

Another Reddit user admitted: "I would love to see her living her best life on DWTS, I think she is going to focus more on her children and grandkid(s). 

“But OMG, her doing Dancing would be awesome! She would have a blast. And Kody would be so jelly!”

A third person wrote: “I can see her going on a journey of self-discovery and maybe dancing with the stars is part of that journey.”

A commentator added: “If Christine’s not on – I'm not watching."

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