‘Sister Wives’: Christine Reveals Her Pet Peeve About New Husband


Sounds like the honeymoon stage might be over between Christine Brown and her new husband, David Woolley. On Thursday, the Sister Wives star took to her Instagram Stories to share one of her “car confessions,” and this one revolved around David’s driving habits. 

“Whenever David drives my car, he backs into the garage, just like I like him to,” she says of her husband at their Utah home. “But then he parks so close to the wall that it’s super difficult to get out.”

The TLC star then imitated her husband, jokingly saying, “And he’s like, ‘Look at my impressive backing up skills, ha ha ha, I’m gonna trap you in, ha ha ha,’ and he does, every single time!”

Christine Brown – Christine Brown/Instagram Stories

David and Christine tied the knot in October 2023 after less than a year of dating. David was Christine’s first serious relationship following her 2021 split from the father of her six children, Kody Brown

Christine has been struggling with her return to daily life in the wake of Garrison Brown’s death. Garrison was the 25-year-old son of Kody and Christine’s sister wife, Janelle Brown, whom she considered to be a son of her own. 

Earlier this week, Christine shared an emotional video, saying, “It’s been two weeks since Garrison’s death. It’s never easier to say, and I have to keep working because it’s what I understand. It’s what I know. It’s what I know I need to do.” 

She went on to add, “It’s a terrible thing to lose your son. And we’re going to miss him all the time, every single day for the rest of our lives, so we’ve gotta just keep moving forward because otherwise, I would just want to stay in bed all day.”

Garrison died earlier this month of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He was 25. Several of his siblings and family members have spoken out in the wake of his death. 

At the time, Janelle released a joint statement with her ex, writing, “Kody and I are deeply saddened to announce the loss of our beautiful boy Robert Garrison Brown. He was a bright spot in the lives of all who knew him. His loss will leave such a big hole in our lives that it takes our breath away. We ask that you please respect our privacy and join us in honoring his memory.” 

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