The 'Sister Wives' star wed David Woolley in Moab, Utah last month
Christine Woolley has a nice ring to it!
Newly married Sister Wives star Christine Brown revealed she plans to legally change her last name after marrying husband David Woolley in October. But she isn't abandoning her longtime surname, either.
"I will change it legally to Christine Woolley," Brown, 51, told Entertainment Tonight. "But I'll still be known as Christine Brown, just because I've been Christine Brown for 14 years, you know? But no, it will be Christine Woolley, definitely."
Brown and Woolley, 59, tied the knot in front of family and friends in Moab, Utah, on Oct. 7 after nearly a year of dating.
Brown described the fall wedding as a "dream come true."
"I had no idea it felt like this or would feel like this … It's amazing," she also told Entertainment Tonight. "It's like we just kind of moved in side-by-side with each other and just continued moving on in our life, but we're doing everything that the other person wanted to do but never did. So we travel so much and try so many new things and we have so many more kids now."
“We met up with my sister and her husband and had the best time in New York! #oneworldobservatory #cote #blessed #sister,” Brown captioned the post, sharing photos of the couple with her sister Wendy and her husband at a restaurant and the One World Observatory.
The TLC star split from her ex-husband Kody Brown — who is now only married to fourth wife Robyn Brown after wives Janelle Brown and Meri Brown also left him — in 2021 after 25 years together. The pair share daughters Aspyn, 28, Mykelti, 27, Gwendlyn, 21, Ysabel, 20, Truely, 13, and son Paedon, 25.
Ahead of getting married, Woolley shared with PEOPLE Brown's plans to wear a white wedding dress at their ceremony after she "never got to on her first marriage."
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"She wants to be able to wear a white dress and walk down the aisle with her dad," he said. "She wants all the bells and whistles."
Brown later told PEOPLE the wedding was a "fairytale," sharing in October, "It's everything I never thought I would have. I get to walk down the aisle to David, him just looking at me the way that he does, it’s a dream come true."
Sister Wives airs Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on TLC.
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