"I don’t want polygamy, that’s for sure," the mother-of-six said during the Sunday, February 20, episode. "Part of the reason I’m leaving is because I don’t believe in it for me anymore. God’s like, 'You did it. You can go. Check!'"
Kody, 53, couldn't quite understand why his former spouse was coming after the faith they spent so many years practicing. "She’s promoting it, talking about how much she loves plural marriage and all this stuff and how she wanted sister wives and not a husband, but at the same time, she’s telling me she hates plural marriage," Kody pointed out.
Although Kody met Christine's rejection of the lifestyle with criticism, he also admitted in the past that he too has questioned plural marriage at times. "When you really start getting honest, you start looking up to the heavens and going, 'Geez, Father. You inspired me to do this. Why is it such a mess now?'" he admitted to host Sukanya Krishnan during the tell-all episode.
"It really has set me on my heels and had me questioning the lifestyle itself," the reality star noted. "It's a challenge."
Kody and Christine — who share son Paedon, 23, and daughters Aspyn, 26, Mykelti, 25, Gwendlyn, 20, Ysabel, 18, and Truely, 11 — had been married for 25-years before going their separate ways.