"It's been a long time in the making, but we finally did it!" Meri excitedly captioned the social media post. "This little Disney excursion got re-routed about 18 months ago, but it finally came to fruition."
The 50-year-old emphasized that being at the happiest place on earth during the Halloween season made the excursion even more special. "Halloween is by far my favorite time at Disneyland and it's been great to spend the day with a good friend who shares the same love of Disney!" Meri wrote, tagging Struble in the post.
The New York Times bestselling author and her pal had been planning the trip since the beginning of the month. Struble had posted an Instagram story of an email confirmation for the Disney passes on October, 9, in which he wrote: "After trying to plan this with @therealmeribrown for over a year, we're finally going!!!!!!"
While Meri was having a whirlwind time with her "bestie," husband Kody — whom she has been with since 1990 — was not there to join in on the fun. As OK! previously reported, the mother-of-one has been sharing cryptic quotes on social media about "ending toxic relationships" amid rumors their relationship is coming to an end.
In the trailer for season 16 of the hit reality show — which is set to premiere on Sunday, November 21— the 52-year-old and his three wives struggle to connect in their marriages amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
While Meri stays silent in the majority of the trailer, the other wives — Janelle Brown, Christine Brown, and Robyn Brown — spoke enough truth for everyone.
"Do you know what COVID's brought out, is how much we want to be a family. We're not," Christine dramatically stated in the preview. Robyn later adds, "It's [Covid] made me feel that the foundation that our family was built on is crumbling, I don't know."