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'Sister Wives' win: Cody Brown's brood no longer taboo in Utah

The man and four women who make up the reality show “Sister Wives” have been battling the court in Utah for years and they have finally triumphed. They can now have a legal marriage in their home state of Utah. It is not known what they plan to do now that they are legal in Utah, but they just learned of this news themselves.

'Sister Wives' win in court: Legal family now in Utah!
TLC Sister Wives

Cody Brown and his four wives brought mega attention to themselves when first appearing on TLC’s reality show “Sister Wives” living in a polygamous relationship. A polygamy law case ensued, eventually prompting them to leave their homes in Utah, according to ABC News on Aug. 30.

Brown moved Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn to homes in Vegas along with their many children, but they always considered Utah home. The show follows the day to day antics of a man and his four wives who have a brood of children ranging from toddlers to college age, describes NOLA Entertainment News.

To some it seems as if Brown got the best of both worlds hands down, as he has a different woman on his schedule to sleep with each night. The sister wives treat Brown like a king, everything is done for the man, just watching him attempt to tackle a household task is enough evidence to demonstrate that the wives do the majority of the manual labor in his life.

When the show first aired, there were three sister wives, with Robyn joining the family while the show was filming. The introduction of a much younger and very pretty wife played havoc in the house for a while, but in a matter of no time the other wives seem to get on a health kick, lose weight and glam up a bit, surrounding Cody with glamor.

Meri by far is the best of the bunch both in personality and looks, but you would never get Cody to pick out a favorite. Now that the honeymoon is over with Robyn and she brought a newborn into the mix, things seem to be getting back to normal. So what does Cody and his crowd have to say about the Utah ruling:

"While we know that many people do not approve of plural families, it is our family and based on our religious beliefs. Just as we respect the personal and religious choices of other families, we hope that in time all of our neighbors and fellow citizens will come to respect our own choices as part of this wonderful country of different faiths and beliefs."

Check out the video above, the sister wives talk all about life with one husband and four wives.