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Christine Brown of “Sister Wives” fame just celebrated her first Thanksgiving holiday since leaving husband, Kody Brown.

The reality star, 49, shared holiday photos via Instagram Thursday, featuring snaps of Brown with her own mother, Ruth Ann LeBaron, as well as with daughter Truley, whom she shares with Kody.

“Matching pajamas with my Mom and Truely! #blessed #lularoeholly  #holiday  #christmaspajamas” she captioned the family pic.

She also shared a photo of her daughter taking her to the cleaners during a game of Harry Potter Clue.

“I am so tired of LOSING the Harry Potter Clue game,” Christine shared. “Truely WON and this wad of paper is her score card!  #losing  #losinggames  #clue #harrypotter  #timetocheat.”

Christine and Kody share son Paedon, 23, and daughters Aspyn, 26, Mykelti, 25, Gwendlyn, 20, Ysabel, 18, and 11-year-old Truely. 

She also shared an adorable photo of Mykelti’s daughter, Avalon, captioning the pic, “Avalon’s first time in Oma’s high chair! #grandbabies #oma #blessed.”

Christine became 52-year-old Kody’s third wife when they were joined in a “spiritual union” in 1994. He’d already tied the knot to wives Meri, 50, and Janelle, 52, in 1990 and 1993, respectively.

Kody’s most recent wife, Robyn — whom he married in 2010 — is said to be a catalyst in the dissolution of Kody and Christine’s relationship, according to a source at Us Weekly.

“Kody and I have grown apart and I have made the difficult decision to leave,” Christine, 49, announced via Instagram earlier this month.

“We will continue to be a strong presence in each other’s lives as we parent our beautiful children and support our wonderful family. At this time, we ask for your grace and kindness as we navigate through this stage within our family.”

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