Big and strong feelings.
This past weekend, Christine Brown traveled across much of the country with her relatively new husband, David Woolley, and enjoyed a trip to New York City with the man she often describes as her soulmate.
And it certainly looks like they had an incredible time.
As you can see above and below, the veteran Sister Wives cast member shared several vacation photos on Instagram with Woolley and her sister and brother-in-law, as they toured the observatory at One World Trade Center and dined at a local hotspot. Enjoyed. Coat.
Woolley, for his part, uploaded three selfies with Brown and praised the lovely woman he now calls his wife.
“I always wanted a travel companion, I just never thought I’d get the whole package,” Woolley wrote in the caption. “I’d love to marry this woman!”
Woolley and Brown went public with their relationship in February 2022.
They then got married in Moab, Utah last October.
“This is everything I never thought I’d get,” he told People Magazine just before taking the vows, and also said at the time:
“I walk down the aisle to David, he looks at me the same way he looks at me, it’s a dream come true.”
Meanwhile, over the course of the past several Sister Wives episodes, viewers have seen Christine open up about what went wrong in her marriage to Kody Brown.
They believe that Robyn came into the picture and ruined everything by changing family traditions and customs… and because Kody had fallen deeply in love with his new spouse.
“It doesn’t work with plural marriage at all, but I felt like it felt like she had found her soulmate and she was the one she wanted to be with and she didn’t really want to work together, Christine said on air.
There’s that word again. spouse,
Cody wasn’t for Christine…and Christine wasn’t for Cody.
But then there’s David Woolley.
“He is a completely wonderful person. She’s absolutely brilliant,” Christine also told PEOPLE this fall.
“Yeah, I feel like I hit a gold mine – Chief. I won the lottery with him.
Woolly – a widower who lost his wife in 2012 apparently feels the same way.
“After my wife passed away, I dated and never found anyone. I knew Christine was the one,” he has said. “It feels perfect.”