Sister Wives' Meri Brown says she's 'not giving up now' as she's a 'fighter' amid Kody Brown 'split'

SISTER Wives' Meri Brown has vowed that she's 'not giving up now' in a cryptic Instagram post she shared following her 'split' from husband Kody Brown.

The reality star raised eyebrows when she posted the inspirational quote made famous by Law and Order character Olivia Benson to her Instagram Story yesterday.

It read: "You're a fighter. Look at everything you've overcome. Don't give up now."

Meri went on to share another two posts featuring quotes, one read: "I'm sorry they couldn't see the good in you, but that is no reason for you to no longer see the good in yourself".

While the other quote by Brendon Burchard said: "Destiny turns it's favor toward those who act."

The cryptic post comes following rumors in February that Meri and husband Kody, 52, have called it quits after 30 years of marriage.

After the pair tied the knot in 1990, Kody expanded their family three years later when he married his second wife Janelle and then his third wife Christine in 1994.

While he was legally married to Meri, Kody divorced his first wife to wed wife Robyn in 2014 so that he could adopt her kids from a previous relationship.

The cryptic posts come after Meri demanded an "apology" and "accountability" as her husband Kody snubbed his wives for his "favorite" Robyn last month.

The reality star shared her thoughts with fans as she posted the cryptic words on her social media account.

Meri, 50, uploaded a quote which read: "In order to heal, we have to be aware of the pain we have caused other people.

"We have to be willing to apologize and be accountable to it."

The eye-opening words were attributed to inspirational speaker Sylvester McNutt and had "we have to be willing to apologize" highlighted in yellow.

Meri and Kody, 52, have struggled with marital issues for years, recently revealing that they haven’t had a sexual relationship in some time.

Explaining the situation, Meri said: "I will ask him to come over. 'Hey, come over, let's go do something.' 'Hey, let's go on a walk.' 'Hey, let's go to dinner.' He says no. When I ask, he says no."

Kody then said in his confessional on the programme: "Meri and I are in a marriage, but we don't want to be part of a hookup culture. Romance and sex are saved for people who are in love.”

Kody is also married to Janelle, 51, Christine, 48, and Robyn, 42.

His relationship with Robyn, who was the last to join the family, has often been a sour subject amongst the sister wives and viewers.

Earlier this year Robyn broke down in tears on the TLC show and expressed concern that the Brown family's string of troubles was caused by her late addition.

She explained: "When I came into the family, there was a lot of things that happened all at once.

"I never know if it was these other things that were going on or if it was me."

Kody and his four wives moved from Utah in 2011 in order to escape the state's strict anti-polygamy laws.

The family landed in Las Vegas, which some of the wives attribute to causing a strain in their marriage.

Each wife lived in their own home in Nevada, adding a sense of divide in their cohesive unit.

During the pandemic, Janelle was left emotional after learning Kody would only be visiting her once a week.

While the father of 18 spent the majority of his time with Robyn while in quarantine.

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