"It just doesn’t get much better than this! Cuddles from Avalon and Truely’s cat, Zelda! #blessed #oma," Christine wrote alongside the loving photo of herself with daughter Mykelti Brown's little girl and her youngest daughter's pet.
In November of last year, the TLC star and her estranged spouse — who is still married to wives Meri Brown, Janelle Brown and Robyn Brown — announced that after 25 years of marriage and six children together, they were going their separate ways.
Following the dissolution of their union, Christine shockingly declared she would not be entering into a plural relationship in the future. "I don’t want polygamy, that’s for sure," she stated during an episode of the series' 16th season. "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!'"
Meanwhile, Christine's decision to walk away from the life she's known left her ex extremely confused.
"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," a perplexed Kody said of her distancing herself from the lifestyle. "The mistake I made was not saying, 'I’m sorry, I love you, and I validate what you’re saying.'"
The patriarch claimed their marriage faltered because Christine complained "about everything in her life," and that he was constantly trying to make her happy. "There is something missing, there's some problem, something is going on. Frankly, it could just be plural marriage," he speculated.
Despite not agreeing with his ex's stance on polygamy, he ultimately wants the best for her moving forward. "I hope she gets married, I hope she has a wonderful relationship, I hope she's happy," Kody concluded at the time of their split.