CHRISTINE Brown shocked fans when she ditched her "modest clothing" for a pair of short shorts as she soaked up the last bit of summer in Flagstaff, Arizona.
The Sisters Wives star was recently slammed by the public for working with the controversial company LuLaRoe.
Christine, 49, took to Instagram to share a new photo as she ditched pants for a less modest look.
The reality star sported a pair of black short shorts and a polka dot short-sleeved top as she enjoyed the last bit of sun before fall.
The TV personality showed off her long blonde locks as she smiled for the camera and gave her fans a life update.
Christine captioned her post: "Where the heck did Fall go? Seriously, I was pulling out my sweatshirts. #sunnyday #whereisfall."
However, many were shocked that the mother of six was showing off so much skin after adopting a lifestyle of extreme modesty throughout the past several decades.
"Shorts?!!! What’s happening? Are my eyes deceiving me? I thought the weren’t 'allowed'?" one trolled.
Others simply complimented Christine on her new look, one writing: "You look amazing!!" and another agreeing with: "🔥you look so happy and healthy."
SCAMMED BY SISTERS?
The TLC star has faced major backlash of late after fans discovered she was working with the controversial company LuLaRoe.
Over the years, the TV star and her fellow Sister Wife, Meri, 50, have given fans a look into their closets by promoting LuLaRoe on their Instagrams.
Both women regularly model clothes from the company and promote them by using hashtags.
However, a new Amazon docuseries, LuLaRich, recently offered viewers a look into the company, as well as the people who work there.
Several past sale reps came forward to reveal that the company left them in financial ruin when they were unable to sell merchandise they were forced to purchase.
Shortly after the film reached the mainstream, Sister Wives fans rushed to Reddit to rip Christine and Meri for working with the company.
One user wrote: "It seems like they, especially Meri, are top earners which means they probably have significant downlines…it's super exploitative and they're just using their fame to sucker people into keeping them rich. They could have definitely funneled all of their fame into figuring out some sort of legitimate business instead.
"I was never a huge Meri fan to begin with, but watching that doc has really soured me on Christine."
Another seethed: “They’re lying, scheming and taking advantage of other people. They’re awful.”
A third chimed in: “Meri just seems so desperate to belong to something and be someone, and that’s how LLR suckered her in.”
Christine and Meri are both married to Kody Brown, a polygamist who holds traditional and conservative Christian values.
The controversial star has fathered 18 children, with both Christine and Meri and his other two spouses Janelle, 52, and Robyn, 42.
Following the backlash, one of his children, Mykelti, took to Instagram to defend the company.
She wrote to another Instagram user: “The documentary edited as much as they could to bleed drama. The information in it is all old. LLR doesn’t lie to their new retailers. I wasn’t misinformed at all when I joined. It’s people who are trying to blame others for their own failure.”
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