Christine explains her recent struggles in a rare one-on-one talk with Robyn on the next episode of "Sister Wives."
The mounting tensions in the "Sister Wives" family may finally be at an end thanks to two of Kody Brown's four brides. As regular viewers know, Kody's third wife, Christine, hasn't been satisfied in her marriage ever since wife No. 4, Robyn, hit the scene. While Christine often talks to their husband about the issue, she hasn't had much to say to Robyn at all -- until now.
In a sneak peek for the upcoming episode of the TLC reality show, the two women sit down for a one-on-one talk that leads to tears and a better understanding of what went wrong.
"I want you to know, during all of (the problems), it was him that I had a hard time with -- it wasn't you," Christine confessed. "It was Kody. I just felt left."
And she puts part of the blame for that on herself. As she sees it, all the problems began when she first felt jealous of Robyn.
"I became jealous, and it changed our relationship," Christine explained. "I started questioning what he was doing. I started to be like, 'Well, why do you need to go? I don't get that. Why?' It's like when my kids are ornery, I don't always want to be around them."
But ultimately, Kody gets most of the blame, according to Christine. After all, he vowed to be by her side "through thick and thin" and she expected more from him.
Since joining the Brown family, Robyn had simply assumed that Christine didn't like her. She broke down following the explanation.
As for Kody and Christine, things are already improving there. On last week's episode, the pair went out for a date and swapped apologies over ice cream.
"Sister Wives" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on TLC.
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