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See Which “Sister Wives” Stars Came to Christine Brown’s Wedding — And Who Didn’t (Exclusive)


The TLC star exchanged vows with David Woolley on Saturday in an outdoor ceremony at the Red Cliffs Lodge in Moab, Utah

When Christine Brown tied the knot with husband David Woolley in Moab, Utah, over the weekend, the guest list for the affair included just one of her Sister Wives costars.

Janelle Brown was in attendance to help celebrate the couple’s big day, while Christine’s ex-husband Kody, as well as Meri and Robyn, were absent for the nuptials.

Janelle, 54, and Christine, 51, have remained close since they both left their decades-long plural marriage with Kody. Christine walked away in 2021 after 25 years. She shares daughters Aspyn, 28, Mykelti, 27, Gwendlyn, 21, Ysabel, 20, Truely, 13, and son Paedon, 25, with her ex.

Janelle went on to separate from Kody the following year, after nearly 30 years of spiritual marriage. They are parents to six children: sons Logan, 29, Hunter, 26, Garrison, 25, and Gabriel, 21, and daughters Madison, 27, and Savanah, 18.

Kody and Meri are no longer together either. The father of 18 remains legally married to Robyn, who he wed in 2014.

Earlier this year, Christine told PEOPLE that after she met Woolley, she let him know right away that Janelle is a big part of her life.


“When I told him, I’m like, ‘I have a lot of kids and I have a sister wife, and everywhere I go, Janelle has to come with me and all of her children come with me too. There’s not just me,’” she recalls. “And he’s like, ‘Okay. Okay.’”

Following the announcement of Christine’s engagement to Woolley earlier this year, Janelle shared her excitement for the couple’s relationship milestone.

She commented “hurray” alongside multiple exclamation points beneath Christine’s Instagram announcement. Janelle also shared the post on her Instagram Story and animated sticker that read: “HAPPY.”

Ahead of her wedding, Christine told PEOPLE that planning the Oct. 7 nuptials, which took place at the Red Cliffs Lodge, had been stressful at times.

“There’s been so many moving pieces with people coming, and not coming, and then you’re always going to offend someone,” she says.

Adds Woolley, “There’s always family drama.”


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