Alaskan Bush People follows the so-called survivalist family, the Browns, as they live a seemingly off-the-grid existence in remote locations. If that sounds interesting, wait until you hear about the marriage of youngest son, Noah Brown, and his wife, Rhain.
It was a little surprising when fans learned in March 2019 that Noah and Rhain had left the family’s home in Washington for a cottage in Colorado. As for what inspired the sudden move, a source told Radar Online,
“[The family] did not leave on good terms [after] Rhain got into a huge fight [with Noah’s younger sister, Snowbird].”
The insider went on to allege that the couple headed east because they were done with “family drama,” and were eager to, quote, “raise their son as far away as possible.” Yikes.
Snowbird has always been open about her issues with Rhain. According to Pop Culture, she opened up about her feelings on accepting Rhain into the family, saying,
“It’s definitely not that I don’t want the family to expand or things to change. Having more sisters is something I always wanted, but Noah’s girl and I, we’ve never really seen eye-to-eye; we’ve never really gotten along. I guess our personalities clash.”
Matriarch Ami Brown supposedly went into full-on controlling mode after the couple welcomed their first son, Elijah, in February 2019. Keep watching the video to see that this Alaskan Bush People star’s marriage has gone beyond weird!
Moving to Colorado | 0:25
Pushy grandparents | 1:13
Crowdsourced honeymoon | 2:00
Hungry for fame? | 2:40
Perfect match | 3:10