Sister Wives' Meri Brown says she will 'stop comparing herself' as wives deal with 'jealousy' over marriage to Kody

SISTER Wives' Meri Brown says she will "stop comparing herself" as the wives deal with "jealousy" over marriage to Kody.

Meri, 50, is Kody's first wife, who he divorced in 2014 so he could marry fourth wife Robyn and adopt her three children from a previous relationship.

And now Kody, 53, is embroiled in a battle that has seen the green-eyed monster take over his cohort of spouses.

Meri posted an image to her Instagram of a hand-written note that read: "Stop comparing yourself. Flowers are pretty but so are sunsets and they look nothing alike."

In the background there is an array of colorful blooms.

It's believed Kody, has snubbed Meri and his other wives to isolate with his newest and youngest lover Robyn, 42, during the pandemic.

The Sun recently reported how Kody, Robyn and their five children have isolated themselves away at their $890,000 mansion just outside of Flagstaff, Arizona.

In early December, The Sun revealed Kody made a rare visit to wife Janelle, 50, and their daughter Savannah, 16, at their one-story rental home.

But he failed to drop in on Meri, who lives just down the street.

Meri's not-so-subtle social media message comes after Robyn explained what it was like to be one of four women in his life.

While visiting another polygamist family, Kody – who has 18 kids with his wives – complained about not being allowed his own bedroom so he doesn't have to deal with multiple wives and their closets.

But Robyn fired back in her confessional: "Oh yeah sure, 'I'm tired with dealing with wives and their closets and stuff,' oh sure, blah, blah, blah. You'll survive.

"If I can survive sharing you and dealing with the jealousy and the drama and all the stuff that has to do with plural marriage then you'll be OK."

Another of Kody's wives, Christine, 48, recently admitted to feeling jealous too.

She said on the season premiere: "I’m sure everyone hates me all the time. I feel like I’m on the outside looking in all the time.

"When I get together for family gatherings I’m like, ‘Why would I want to go? It’s going to be a hostile environment. No one there even likes me.'"

She continued: "I’m really sorry I still get jealous I’m just saying. I still get super, super, super jealous and I’m really sorry.

"It makes getting together hard. Really, really hard. Maybe I don’t like me either."

She added: "I’m not really strong on my own and it’s surprising and hard. It’s hard to just feel like I can't contribute anything.

"It’s hard to find that balance of being hard and not being a b***h."

Her admission came after Kody shocked the wives when he said he’s “not an advocate of plural marriage anymore.”

He explained: "I am more aware now than I ever was before the apparent and obvious unfairness in a relationship.

"I have all the love I want and you guys sometimes feel like you’re pining constantly for me to give you some. "

He added: "Plural marriage, what I know about it, I wonder if I would do it again. Knowing that it’s hard on all of you.

"When we’re not doing a good job I get grouchy and I say I can’t believe I’ve done this to me and to you."

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