Christine Brown and her husband, David Woolley, exclusively tell PEOPLE how excited they are for Meri Brown's new relationship with her boyfriend Amos
Christine Brown is cheering on her former sister wife from afar!
"We just found out about it, too, on social media. That's how I found out about it," Christine, 52, says in a joint chat with husband David Woolley, who she wed in October 2023. "I'm just happy for her. So happy for her. That is absolutely awesome. I'm just thrilled for her to be able to be in a romantic relationship."
"It's just, really, an incredible thing to feel like you are loved more than anybody else," she continues. "David loves me more than anybody else. I love him more than anybody else. It really is a powerful thing to know that you really have your person."
To that, David notes how "happy" Meri, 53, and her new beau Amos appear to be.
"She looks really happy. He looks happy. They both look happy," he says. "That's all matters."
Christine adds, "Good for them. It's so great to find love."
Meri introduced fans to Amos while recently celebrating her 53rd birthday. She called her new man "good looking," noting that they've been dating since October of last year.
"He's not 6 foot 6, nor is he a pilot, but he loves Christmas almost as much as I do," she shared, "and we laugh a lot together, both of which are important elements to a relationship!"
The businesswoman added that her dog Zona "absolutely loves" Amos, even including a picture of the trio together in the photo carousel she shared.
Meri's debut with Amos comes after a rocky turn for the Brown family.
Tensions have been rising for years but things escalated after Christine broke up with Kody Brown, leaving their family's central plural marriage. Meri and fellow sister wife Janelle Brown then separated from the father of 18 months later. He now only remains married to his fourth wife, Robyn Brown.
The Brown family had largely been divided in the wake of the three breakups, though Christine and Janelle — as well as their children — have managed to remain close.
While there once was a time when Christine and Janelle were adamant about not rekindling their bond with Meri, Christine has since changed her tune.
"I just think right now I think we'll just live our own lives separately for right now and just see what happens," she says. "We'll just see what happens. Once everything settles down, maybe. Once things settle down, we'll have to see."
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