Sister Wives alum Christine Brown has finally found the ‘love of her life’ after splitting from her husband Kody Brown.
Recently, the 50-year-old television personality revealed in her Instagram story that she has been dating someone exclusively. As she opens up about her dating life updates to her followers, she seemed really excited about her newfound romance. And while speaking about the mystery beau, she hinted that her new love interest is great with her kids and is also an extraordinary grandpa.
About Her Boyfriend
On 14 February, when the world celebrated Valentine’s day, the Sister Wives alum revealed her new boyfriend, David, to the world through an Instagram post. Brown posted a collection of photos of the new couple in the town. This included the snap of the duo fondly looking at each other while having some moments with their grandchildren.
She captioned the photo carousel with a beautiful line that attracted the media’s attention. She quoted that finally, she found the love of her life and even added that she felt like her soul took its first breath when he held her close for the first time.
While talking about David, Brown stated that he is a wonderful and kind person who is incredible with her children and is an adorable grandpa for her grandchildren. She believes that he is more than what she could ever dream of and even expressed that she never dreamed that she’ll find a love like this anywhere. She completed her post with numerous hashtags including #feelinggood and #blessed that reveal her excitement about the new relationship.
David Woolley, the new beau of Sister Wives’ Christine Brown, is the founder of David Woolley Drywall, a construction company that started in 2015. Brown made her romance official just within a week after she hinted about a new man in her life. And while giving the hint she even said that she was going to keep him to herself unrevealed until she will introduce him to the world. She promised to give out more details of the ‘mystery boo’ in the near future and even did as promised.
Christine Brown, by revealing her new boyfriend, David, marked her first public romance after splitting from her ex-husband Kody whom she shared with her sister for a long 25 years. It was really shocking news for the fans of the show when they got to hear about the separation of the couple after 25 years of an unsuccessful marriage. While sharing the news of splitting, Brown opened up that she led an unsuccessful marriage life for more than 25 years with Kody.
Although it was difficult for them to get separated, she said that it was the right decision at the right time. She even said that they’ll continue to be some good influence in each other’s life and look forward to co-parenting their beautiful children and even providing every support required for the proper functioning of a wonderful family ahead.
Brown was spiritually married to Kody since 1994 and she was the first of Kody’s four wives to quit the polygamous marriage setup followed by the sisters. And just a year after this, he broke up with his first wife, Meri Brown, and second wife Janelle Brown. As of now, he is only married to Robyn Brown.
Christian was born in Utah on 18 April 1972 and after her split with Kody, she returned to her native place together with her daughter, Truly. And later, it was revealed in January that the television personality started her dating life again. At first, while posting about this on her social media, she satiated that it felt awkward and even asked her followers whether they have any advice for her who is dating at 50.
The Cooking With Just Christine host shares six children Asypen, Mykelti, Paedon, Gwendolyn, Ysabel, and Truley from her previous relationship with Kody. and while revealing her soulmate, she said that her newfound boyfriend is incredible with her youngest child, Truley.
Not only Brown but even David made this valentines day special by taking their love to his Instagram post where he captioned the picture of Christine as My Queen with a heart emoji. As a new love has bloomed on this valentines day let’s wish the best for the love birds.
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