‘Sister Wives:’ Mykelti Brown Tells Christine To Say Formal Goodbyes

Christine Brown’s daughter Mykelti encourages her mother to say goodbye to her plural family before moving to Utah in the latest episode of “Sister Wives.”

In an exclusive clip shared with TODAY, the 26-year-old helps her mom get ready for her big move and asks Christine if she has anything special planned for the day she leaves.

“Are you guys going to do anything to say goodbye? Is the family coming out for a social distancing breakfast tomorrow? Are they going to drive by and wave? Are we going to flush the toilet on their lawn? What are we doing? What’s the plan?” she asks.

“No, I don’t think we’re doing anything like that,” Christine replies with a slight smile.

Mykelty seems surprised and disappointed that nothing is planned and says, “Nobody’s going to come and say bye?”

“I don’t think so. Nobody said anything,” Christine replies.

“I think it’s stupid,” Mykelti says in a singsong tone.

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Christine, 50, adds that she told the adults in the family she was moving the next day, meaning it was up to them to visit if they chose.

“But what about the children?” Mykelty says, referring to the children of Christine’s sister’s wife, Janelle, Robin and Mary.

Christine is clearly frustrated at this point and says, “I don’t know what to do. What do you want me to do?”

When Mykelti insists that this is Christine’s last night in Arizona, she seems softened.

“If they want to come, that would be great,” says the mother of six.

The scene then switches to a confessional with Mykelti where the 26-year-old explains why she pushed the issue with Christine.

“I want my mom to say goodbye to everyone,” she says. “Yeah, she’s divorcing my dad, but she’s not saying, ‘Okay, shut up. I’m done with every one of you’.”

Mykelti is apparently close to her father’s other wives. Earlier in the season, she invited Robin Brown to watch the birth at her home via Zoom call.

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Mykelti explained their bond in the episode: “When my dad and Robyn were first getting married, I moved in with Robyn because she needed some help with school, with the kids around the house, so I stayed with her for a few months. And that’s why I’m still so close to Robyn and her kids just because of that special time we had together.”

Back at Christine’s house, Christine tells Mykelty that she is welcome to invite the family over if she wishes.

“I think it’s fine if you want to say something but keep it to the Flagstaff family,” she says. “I don’t want to pressure anyone.”

“I want to,” her daughter replies.

In her confessional, Mykelti explains her feelings about the situation.

“My mom is honestly upset that I’m putting so much pressure on her to have people come and say goodbye because my mom has to finish,” she explains. “But I think she’ll regret it if she doesn’t get to say goodbye, and I think they’ll feel the same way. They’ll regret not saying goodbye to her as much.”

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The 26-year-old says she worries that skipping a final get together “will mean that everyone can’t look back on this moment and be happy for (Christine).”

Earlier in the season, Mykelti came to her mother’s defense as she weighed in on her divorce.

“I was honestly relieved to hear that my mother was leaving my father. They’re not happy, they’re not in love,” she explained at the time.

Her husband Tony Padron also shared his thoughts, saying, “I thought it was a little inevitable. I can’t imagine any man being able to handle four wives.

This article was originally published on TODAY.com


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