Husband of five: Brady was raised in the mainstream Mormon church, but when he was 16 his family became fundamentalist and began believing in polygamy. Law not enforced once it involves consenting adults.

The show will go behind closed doors and focus on the frustrations, needs and fears of a family living the controversial lifestyle, according to a TLC press release. Journal Media does not control and is not responsible for user created content, posts, comments, submissions or preferences. The newest polygamous family from Utah on reality TV considers itself progressive and independent and believes in a god which 'does not judge'.

The family is taking some risk in coming out: polygamy is illegal in Utah and the trailblazers for polygamous families on reality TV, the Browns of the “Sister Wives” show, fled Utah for Las Vegas in 2011 after a local prosecutor opened an investigation after the first season aired.

The women still have family members in the church who pray for them to repent and return.

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Non-affiliated plural families are actually quite common among the estimated 38,000 fundamentalists who practice or believe in polygamy, most living in Utah and other western states, said Anne Wilde, co-founder of a polygamy advocacy group called Principle Voices. The other two wives live in the ground floor of an adjacent four-plex. Brady Williams said the increasing social and legal acceptance of gay marriage has helped society open up toward plural marriage. But he’s still concerned, which is why the show isn’t saying exactly where they live for the family’s safety. Your contributions will help us continue to deliver the stories that are important to you. Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group, Terrifying moment onlookers scream as helicopter crashes in Malaysia, Bonfire night display - mistaken to celebrate election fireworks, Police rush into underground station after reported incident, UK commemorates Remembrance Sunday during national Covid-19 lockdown, Second UK lockdown will end on December 2, Dominic Raab insists, Moment soldier is carried away after collapsing at The Cenotaph, Aftermath of helicopters which collided leaving two people dead, Sage member 'confident' life will return to normal by Spring, Two women seen fighting in shocking street brawl, 'What is happening?' TheJournal.ie | First wife Paulie, a dental hygienist, has been married to Brady for 21 years, and the couple's six children range in age from 20 to nine years old.

Brady Williams with his wives, from left to right, Paulie, Robyn, Rosemary, Nonie, and Rhonda. He said that transition was very difficult, but not as hard as leaving the fundamentalist church his five wives all grew up in. , 400px wide It wasn't the first time Mr Williams has crossed religious lines. The practice of polygamy is a legacy of the early teachings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We are no longer accepting comments on this article. Please note that TheJournal.ie uses cookies to improve your experience and to provide services and advertising. The show premiered on September 15, right after Sister Wives - the reality show that first brought polygamy into many Americans' living rooms. Adverts.ie | TV program My Five Wives, which debuted Sunday, follows Brady Williams, his five wives and their combined 24 children who live together on their large family property outside Salt Lake City, Utah. He then married second wife Robyn - dubbed 'the creative wife' for her art classes and love of making gifts for the family - about nine months after his ceremony to Paulie, and they have five children. One is a two-storey building that resembles a motel with three green doors on the bottom level, each the house of one of the wives. The two largest organised polygamist churches are Warren Jeff’s Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints on the Utah-Arizona border and the Apostolic United Brethren in northern Utah, of which the Williams used to belong.