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Sister Wives star Christine Brown has earned a good revenue due to her time on actuality TV and a few profitable facet hustles.

Christine shortly grew to become a fan-favorite in her tv profession, which has spanned greater than a decade.

The 51-year-old soon-to-be Mrs. David Woolley resides her greatest life as of late, with a renewed (monogamous) love life and a number of other profitable profession strikes below her belt.

Christine has shared her private storyline with TLC viewers for 13 years, and doing so has earned her a reasonably penny.

Her life appears to be like lots completely different than it did when she was launched to Sister Wives audiences as a polygamist spouse married to Kody Brown, however Christine is raking within the dough, and never simply from her profession on actuality tv.

Christine has ventured into a number of enterprise endeavors lately, including to her paychecks with out the assistance of her ex-husband, Kody.

Christine Brown’s work as an envoy for LuLaRoe, Plexus, Temu, and different on-line facet hustles

For starters, Christine earned additional money when she dove right into a enterprise a few of her former sister wives, Meri and Janelle Brown, had been concerned in.

Christine was an envoy for LuLaRoe, a controversial multi-level advertising and marketing firm that sells girls’s clothes. Christine’s earnings from LuLaRoe helped her increase $25,000 for her daughter Ysabel’s scoliosis surgical procedure.

However earlier this yr, Christine introduced that she was closing her LuLaRoe enterprise to unlock extra time for the issues she actually enjoys.

Christine has additionally discovered success with one other controversial MLM enterprise, Plexus. The blonde magnificence created an Instagram web page, The Secret to Selfcare, devoted to her facet hustle, which she operates alongside her former sister spouse and BFF Janelle Brown, Janelle and Kody’s daughter, Madison Brown, and Christine and Kody’s daughter, Mykelti Brown-Padron.

Most just lately, Christine turned to a different contentious money-making transfer when she grew to become an envoy for the Chinese language-based on-line purchasing megastore Temu.

Christine’s critics bashed her choice to advertise the model, which has been rumored to make use of little one slave labor.

Earlier this yr, Christine got here below hearth for an additional on-line promotion. She marketed a giveaway from SocialStance on Instagram however has since deleted the Instagram submit after critics questioned the model’s authenticity and potential bank card scams.

It’s secure to say that facet hustle is now not incomes Christine any cash.

In 2020, Christine launched an organization known as CBrown Quest, LLC, registering it with the Arizona Company Fee, with its enterprise description listed as “any legal purpose.”

The home entity remains to be listed as lively and in good standing, with its bodily location listed in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Christine’s internet price and revenue from filming Sister Wives

Between filming for Sister Wives and dipping her toes into quite a lot of secondary occupations, Christine has amassed a hefty internet price.

In accordance with CelebrityNetWorth, Christine has a internet price of $400,000.

In terms of her earnings from filming over 200 episodes of Sister Wives since 2010, Christine has seemingly needed to cut up the earnings with the remainder of the Brown household, who additionally seem on the present.

As Monsters and Critics beforehand reported, the Brown household seemingly earns about 10 p.c of Sister Wives’ per-show funds. This could equal roughly $25,000 to $40,000 per episode, cut up between 20 members of the family, together with Kody, Meri, Janelle, Christine, and Robyn Brown and their 18 kids.

Season 18 of Sister Wives premieres on Sunday, August 20 at 10/9c on TLC and Discovery+.