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Sister Wives’ Christine Brown snubs fan’s question about husband Kody during live chat

SISTER Wives' Christine Brown snubbed a fan's questions after they asked why Kody Brown wasn't in the house with her.

Fans have been speculating that Kody has been staying with Robyn Brown during the coronavirus pandemic.

Christine, 48, took to Facebook to show her fans her latest creation in the kitchen: gluten-free garbanzo-bean chocolate brownies.

Despite most of those watching commented about her kitchen, her outfit, and her cooking skills, one specific fan asked what everyone was wondering.

One fan asked the mother of six "why Kody doesn't help you?"

However, this was one of the very few questions she didn't respond to and purposefully scrolled past, as she answered all questions related to her clothing line and her gluten-free recipes.

However, fans don't have to be too worried about Kody possibly losing yet another wife as he recently came out of quarantine to go out with Christine.

Back in May, she had posted an amazing outfit she wore for their date night on social media.

While wearing a black leather jacket, a floral top, jeans and red pumps, she wrote: "Dressing up for date night is super important, even if you’re just going for a drive listening to your favorite songs!

"Embrace Sexy!"

Despite claiming she was having a date night, Kody wasn't pictured in her post.

Christine - who has been on a wellness journey since quarantine started -  also confirmed to those watching that Sister Wives will be coming back for another season on TLC.

When a fan asked if they would be coming back to the show, she told them: "We are coming back on TV."

This isn't really news to some of her most loyal followers as she had previously revealed that the cameras were rolling on the family.

She revealed over social media that TLC is making it work amid the coronavirus pandemic, All About the Tea reported.

Christine said cameras film the family every other week and hinted one potential storyline will be her daughter Ysabel’s scoliosis journey.

Ysabel also confirmed the upcoming season over Instagram.

When a fan asked if she underwent spinal surgery, Ysabel responded: “No ma’am but to get updates make sure you watch our show:)))”

Fans had previously suspected the series was canceled because Season 14 of Sister Wives - which follows Kody, 51, and his four wives Meri, 49, Janelle, 50, Christine, 48 and Robyn, 41 - premiered in January with hour-long episodes instead of two hours.

When the season ended in April, a Tell All special, which is an update on the family, was not filmed like previous seasons.

Fans also complained about “boring” Season 14, as the main storyline was Kody and Robyn’s disagreement over purchasing or renting a new home.

But fortunately for fans, season 15 is already shaping up to be an interesting one!

Fans suspect Kody is in quarantine with favorite wife Robyn, as he was spotted with Christine and Meri a handful of times, while he hasn’t been seen with Janelle once.

Meri has also hinted she split from Kody after she posted cryptic quotes on social media and posted without her wedding ring.

Janelle also revealed her skin cancer battle earlier this month.

Season 15 could also touch on the Brown family’s mounting financial troubles.

As The Sun exclusively reported, Kody and Robyn applied for a home equity line of credit in the amount of $150,000 on March 20, which was approved.

Sister Wives star Meri Brown works out at the gym as she vows to ‘keep going’ amid ‘split’ from husband Kody

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