Sister Wives star Meri Brown is seemingly living her best life in the UK after splitting from husband Kody last year – even if she has shed a tear or 10
Sister Wives’ Meri Brown has candidly opened up about how she recently broke down in tears while on holiday in England.
The 52-year-old TLC star is currently visiting the United Kingdom for a fun-filled holiday seeing some of the most famous sights and landmarks in the country.
Meri is best-known for appearing on the TV programme Sister Wives alongside now-ex husband Kody Brown who she split from in December 2022, after more than 30 years together.
The former couple tied the knot in 1990 before her hubby introduced three more wives — Janelle, Christine and Robyn Brown — into their family.
Meri Brown appears to be living her best life since splitting from Kody Brown (
Although she has admitted to ‘shedding tears’ while on holiday (
But Meri appears to be living her best life, even though she did have a tearful moment recently.
On Saturday (May 13), Meri shared an update from her travels with her fans, with the star speaking of how something left her incredibly moved.
Beaming in a snap in front of Stonehenge, Meri could be seen standing in front of the historical site while donning a Stonehenge hoodie.
Gushing over the iconic landmark in her caption, the TV star penned: “…This. This was an epic day. Memories made, dream come true. And I mean, LONG time dream!
“Listen. If you want it, don’t stop dreaming about it and working toward it. There was a time I never even considered the possibility of this. My obsession with Stonehenge is real, the majority of my life real! The fact that this actually happened today still blows my mind.”
She then added: “There may have been a tear, or ten, or more, shed. And I’m ok with that.
Meri has been keeping her loyal legion of over 800,000 fans in the loop with her UK holiday, with the American star visiting many famous landmarks.
The Sister Wives star has visited Carnaby Street in Soho, been on a double decker bus tour around the capital, had a ride on a horse-drawn carriage and even travelled down to Wiltshire.