Sister Wives star Mariah Brown has been quite visible on the latest season of the show. The only daughter of Meri and Kody Brown piqued the interest of many viewers, especially with her interesting backstory.
Apparently, Mariah is a social justice advocate, who's been fighting for different human rights. She also became popular for challenging her family's polygamous tradition. Get to know more about her below.
Sister Wives: Mariah Brown's Shocking Revelation
Mariah Brown came out as a lesbian during a 2017 episode of Sister Wives. Her revelation was a surprise not only to her family but their fans as well.
Mariah tried her best to get her parents' approval for who she is, but their conservative beliefs made it challenging for them to do that. However, Kody Brown and his other wives later accepted Mariah.
It appears that Mariah has a lot of things in common with her mother, Meri Brown. Apparently, the Sister Wives star is known for her strong personality, especially by how she's able to withstand her struggling relationship with Kody for years.
Mariah Is Engaged to Her Girlfriend
Sister Wives star Mariah Brown surprised fans after announcing her engagement to Audrey Kiss. Apparently, the two started dating back in 2017 and got engaged in 2019. At this point, the two have yet to reveal their wedding date.
However, they've been living their best lives as a couple. They're currently living in Utah away from Mariah's parents. But reports claim that the Brown family might reconsider going back to Utah after the state decriminalized polygamy.
Sister Wives: Where Does Mariah Work?
Sister Wives star Mariah Brown currently works as a program manager in Promise South Salt Lake. However, the latest season showed Mariah watching over Meri Brown's bed and breakfast business in Utah. She also made it clear that she won't work in her mother's business for good as she has more interest in other businesses outside of her family.
Mariah also went to college in Salt Lake City. However, she later transferred and graduated from Loyola University in Chicago in 2020. She has a degree in social work, which she has been using in her advocacies.