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Sister Wives on Anderson Cooper: Talk Plural Family, FLDS Controversy (Video)

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Sister Wives' Brown family on Anderson Cooper

Sister Wives season 3 kicked off last week with the Brown family’s adjustment to Las Vegas and the announcement that fourth wife Robyn is pregnant.

Today, the Sister Wives ladies and husband Kody Brown sat down with Anderson Cooper to talk about their lifestyle and beliefs.

The Brown family shed more light on their family and how it differs from the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS). Anderson also had kids on his show who escaped from the FLDS.

One of Brown’s daughters, Madison, said that there’s a misconception about their polygamous family and FLDS, saying that when she told a friend that they were polygamists, the friend commented, “‘Oh, like FLDS?’ and she asked me if I had to marry my uncle and if my dad molested me. That’s not us. That’s sick and wrong to me.”

Another of Brown’s daughters, Mariah, said that she would like to be part of a plural marriage, noting, “I love looking at all my moms and seeing the relationship that they have with each other and how it’s so sisterly and so loving. I love that. It’s something I decided I want to do in my life.”

Third wife Christine addressed the curiosity over how many wives there are, saying they’re “just working on our family, what we have.” She also explained to Anderson that she always wanted to be a third wife, though she does take a little heat from Cooper about just why third is the best!

“Sister Wives” airs on TLC Sunday nights at 10 p.m.

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