Gwendlyn Brown, a popular figure among fans of the reality show Sister Wives, has been making waves since last year with her YouTube channel. On the channel, the young star reviews episodes of the family show and shares her candid opinions with viewers. Her honest critiques of her family, even when her thoughts are critical, have garnered a lot of positive attention from fans. Recently, Gwendlyn made a surprising revelation about her mothers. She claimed that the matriarchs wore “fake bellies” to deceive the audience. Could it be that the famous Sister Wives were faking their pregnancies just for the sake of the camera?
Gwendlyn Brown from the popular reality TV show Sister Wives has gained a significant following due to her tendency to reveal juicy gossip. Her YouTube channel is always packed with engaging review videos, and lately, she has been covering Season 1 of the family show. This particular season featured Kody and his family wooing Robyn while Christine was carrying her sixth child, Truely. During one of her car rides, Gwendlyn reminisced about this period and shared some inside information.
She affectionately referred to Christine as “preggie” and disclosed that there was always a “fake belly” present on set. The crew sometimes continued filming a phase even after the stars had given birth, and the moms would simply wear fake bellies under their clothes. Christine and Robyn’s pregnancies were the only ones that made it to the show, with Christine welcoming Truely and Robyn giving birth to Solomon and Ariella. It was a heartwarming moment for Gwendlyn, and her fans couldn’t get enough of the behind-the-scenes tidbits she revealed.
Janelle and Meri from the show Sister Wives had already given birth to their children before the show even began, while it seems that only Christine and Robyn wore fake pregnant bellies on screen. Fans speculate that TLC may have made the two ladies wear them, but there’s no way to confirm this after all this time. In other news, Christine Brown shared about her six children with estranged husband Kody, including a confession about a previous miscarriage before giving birth to her youngest child Truely. Despite uncertainty about her readiness for another pregnancy, Christine was still excited about expanding her family.
Upon viewing the scene, Gwen felt a sense of nostalgia and reminisced about her own experience. She recounted how her family had buried their rainbow baby’s “fetus” under a large pile of rocks. A curious young Gwen had asked her parents why they were covering the baby with rocks, to which Kody had explained that they did not want their dogs to harm the baby. To her surprise, Gwen later learned that the baby was actually a boy.