'Sister Wives' Season 3: Surrogacy and a joint house?
"Sister Wives" returns Sunday, May 13 for its third season on TLC and Wednesday (May 9) Kody Brown and his four wives, Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn, appeared on "Anderson" to talk about their new book and the upcoming season of their reality show.
When we last left the Brown family, they had moved to Las Vegas out of fear of prosecution for polygamy in Utah and Robyn was going into labor with her fourth child, but first child with new husband Kody.
In some Season 3 clips previewed on "Anderson," we see that after the birth of Solomon, Robyn and Kody's son, Robyn tearfully offers to Meri (who has never been able to get pregnant after her first child, Mariah) to be her surrogate if that's something Meri wants to do.
"It's something I'm looking into," Meri tells Anderson.
That would certainly be an exciting Season 3 storyline! Also an exciting storyline that Kody teases is how spread out the wives were when they first moved to Las Vegas and how he is now looking for a dream house where they can all live together, like they had in Utah - "Move to where we're closer again, family culture is back to normal," says Kody.
"Sister Wives" returns Sunday, May 13 at 10 p.m. ET/PT with an episode titled "Sister Wives Separated" on TLC. You can get caught up on the Brown family happenings with an all-day marathon leading up to the Season 3 premiere.
Also check out "Becoming Sister Wives: The Story of an Unconventional Marriage," the new memoir out in bookstores now from Kody and his wives about how they came to be in their faith that practices plural marriage.