“Sister Wives” star Meri Brown posted a cryptic message about truths and narratives following the news of her split from husband Kody Brown.
“Not all is always as it seems,” she warned her Instagram followers Wednesday. “Often, we accept a version of a story as truth because it fits the narrative we’ve created, or what we want to believe.”
“It’s not always about what you’re looking at but also where you’re looking from,” the message continued. “Everyone has their own experiences and their own truths.”
The 51-year-old TLC star concluded her post with a reminder that “no matter how flat the pancake is, it always has two sides.”
The caption accompanied a close-up shot of Meri holding up a book with the words “There’s so much more to the story…” splashed across the image.
Fans and critics alike hypothesized in the comments section that she may be teasing a forthcoming book.
The TV personality also shared a quote via her Instagram Story that read, “Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.”
Earlier this week, Meri encouraged her fans to “worthy up” by finding their “courage” and “strength.”
During Sunday’s episode of “Sister Wives: One on One,” Meri watched a clip of Kody saying in a confessional that he didn’t “consider” himself married to her.
“I’ve never heard him say that to me,” she admitted to host Sukanya Krishnan, noting that Kody had clearly “already made the decision” to leave her after 32 years together — 24 of which were in a legal marriage.
The polygamist family — which at one point consisted of Kody and his four wives — moved to Flagstaff, Ariz., at the height of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.
“Even since being in Flagstaff, he has led me to believe that he was trying,” Meri told Krishnan, claiming Kody even toasted her on their first anniversary of living there by saying, “‘Cheers to a new beginning.'”
But sometime after that, things shifted. Meri said she called Kody on their second anniversary in Flagstaff and that his response was, “‘I don’t even know why you called me, Meri. We’re not married. We’re not acting as married.’”
“I said to him then, ‘If that’s where we are, don’t you think that we should address that publicly?'” she explained. “And he said, ‘No, I don’t want to address it. I don’t want that to be out there publicly because I don’t want that judgment.’”
Meri said she “definitely would” consider reconciling but admitted Kody was not “interested.”
Together, they share one child — 26-year-old Leon — who came out as transgender in June.
The pair’s split came just days after second wife Janelle Brown revealed that she and Kody had “been separated for several months.”
Third wife Christine Brown was the first to leave the businessman, announcing the end of their 25-year “spiritual union” last November.
Robyn Brown, who legally married Kody in 2014, remains his only wife.