‘Sister Wives’ Baby: Robyn Brown Has Baby Boy

Kody Brown
FILE – In this undated file photo provided by TLC, Kody Brown, center, poses with his wives, from left, Janelle, Christine, Meri, and Robyn in a promotional photo for TLC’s reality TV show, “Sister Wives.” In new federal court papers, Kody Brown and his wives say they’ve lost jobs, were forced to move out of state and suffered “reputational” harm by a police investigation last year. (AP Photo/TLC, Bryant Livingston, File)
Kody Brown, center, poses with his wives, from left, Janelle, Christine, Meri, and Robyn in a promotional photo for TLC's reality TV show, "Sister Wives." (AP Photo/TLC, Bryant Livingston, File)

The crew just grew this week with the addition of a baby boy.

Stars of hit TLC show, Sister Wives, Kody and Robyn Brown welcomed a baby boy Wednesday. Solomon Brown comes as the couple’s first child together.

“He’s perfect and we couldn’t be happier,” Kody told People Magazine. “We are so thrilled.”

Solomon was born at around 2 a.m. Wednesday at Brown’s home in Las Vegas. He weighed 9 lbs, 10.5 oz., and is 22 inches long.

The birth will reportedly be featured on an episode of the show—It will be featured on the season finale this November.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Solomon is Kody’s 17th child, three of which are Robyn’s children from a previous marriage.

Robyn and Kody married last year, which aired during last season’s finale episode. She joined, Kody’s three other wives, Meri, Janelle and Christine.

The show is currently in its third season which premiered this September. According to Radar Online, it follows the controversial family as they left Utah for Nevada where they now live in four separate houses—the move was sparked by a police investigation of the family’s lifestyle.

During the opening episode, the Browns shared the big news that Robyn was expecting.

“Viewers will follow Robyn through every step of the pregnancy, from when she shares her happy news with the family, to the moment when they learn the baby’s gender, to the expected home delivery.  Through it all, the Browns continue to support and love each other while navigating the challenges of living a plural lifestyle,” said TLC in a statement.

As we previously reported, the show was first met with a ton of criticism and backlash as viewers were skeptical of the Brown family’s unique lifestyle. Of course, this made the show an instant hit and one of TLC’s most popular shows, now in it’s third season with no plans of slowing down.