Meri Brown heard your complaints.
Late last month, the veteran cast member of Sister Wives shocked fans by posting a photo of herself looking, well… very bad unlike herself.
People were surprised by the intensive use of a filter at that time.
While he’s always active on social media, it’s clear that Brown read some of these comments from June and so decided to mix things up in honor of the 4th of July.
“Hello America!” Meri captioned the photo above and festively added:
“Whatever you do today, whoever you spend it with, I hope you feel happy, safe and loved. Happy Independence Day!”
It was a nice message.
But most followers were more focused on what the messenger looked like during the delivery.
“MERI…SO BEAUTIFUL,” one person wrote commenting on the natural-looking image, which showed Meri in very little makeup and without the use of a filter.
A second person added:
“Love your shirt! Red is your color!”
A third chimed in, “You look so happy. I love that your hair is getting longer. You deserve the best.”
Meri, as you most likely know, has been single since January.
She remains nothing but positive on social media in the wake of her split from Kody Brown, writing a few weeks ago that she’s excited about a different future.
In a video shared on both her Instagram and TikTok accounts, Meri offered this profound advice to fans around the world:
“If you’re lost, or the road of life has taken you on an unfamiliar path, just stop!”
Meri didn’t mention her former husband by name while relaying this message to fans, but Kody’s presence always seems to linger beneath the surface.
“Stop so you can divert. Stop so you can make a new plan. Just pause to reset your inner GPS and get started on your new path to your amazing new destination! Brown continued.
“For me it was about pausing, really getting in touch with myself and figuring out who I am. What I want, what I need and really what my ultimate destination is.”
The mother of one concluded at the time:
“So when you’re in that place, you need to take a break and figure things out for yourself. Fine. Do it. Worthy, my friend, you have this.
On Jan. 10, Meri and Kody released this joint statement:
“After more than a decade of working on our relationship in our own unique way, we have made the decision to permanently end our marriage relationship.
“During this process, we are committed to kindness and respect for each other and for all members of our family,” the exes concluded today.
“We are also committed to the continued healing of all family relationships so that we can move forward with forgiveness, grace and love.”
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