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See the Sleek Wedding Dress Christine Brown Almost Wore to Marry Husband David Woolley

Brown shared a peek at the dress in an Instagram post as she thanked a Utah bridal boutique for making her "feel like a princess" on her wedding day

<p>Christine Brown/Instagram</p> Christine Brown poses with her daughters Mykelti, Aspyn and Ysabel

Christine Brown/Instagram

Christine Brown poses with her daughters Mykelti, Aspyn and Ysabel

Christine Brown's bridal moment isn't over just yet!

On Tuesday, the Sister Wives star, 51, revealed in an Instagram post that she bought an extra wedding dress — and plans to wear it soon to surprise her husband, David Woolley.

Brown shared photos of herself trying on the dress as she thanked the Boda Bridal boutique in Salt Lake City for making her "feel like a princess" on her wedding day in October 2023.

<p>Christine Brown/Instagram</p> Christine Brown poses in the second wedding dress she bought

Christine Brown/Instagram

Christine Brown poses in the second wedding dress she bought

"Shout out to @destrie_dee at @bodabridal. You truly helped me feel so beautiful in [my] dress," she wrote, before addressing the second look she bought.

"I also LOVE the dress I haven’t worn yet (waiting for a perfect jaw dropping moment from David for it)," she continued. "The whole trying on process and picking out the ones I liked, then having you tailor my dress for me made me feel like a princess!"

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In a pair of photos, Brown posed in the off-the-shoulder dress, designed with a sweetheart neckline and a slit up one side — alongside three of her daughters, Aspyn, 28, McKelti, 27, and Ysabel, 20, whom she shares with ex-husband Kody Brown. (The pair also shares son Paedon, 25, and daughters Gwendlyn, 22, and Truely, 13.)

The post also features pics of Brown in the dress she wore at her Moah, Utah, wedding last year: a romantic lace design with a plunging neckline and intricate beading.

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Related: Sister Wives Star Christine Brown 'Overwhelmed with Happiness' After Wedding to Husband David Woolley

<p>Christine Brown/Instagram</p> Christine Brown models the dress she ended up wearing at her October 2023 wedding

Christine Brown/Instagram

Christine Brown models the dress she ended up wearing at her October 2023 wedding

Fans recently got a behind-the-scenes look at Brown and Woolley's nuptials in the TLC special Christine and David’s Wedding, which aired earlier this month. During part two of the special, Brown gushed that their big day was "magical" and "a dream come true."

"I had no idea we would be surrounded by such love," she added.

The couple also reminisced about their first dance as husband and wife. Brown shared that the two made sure to get some practice in before their moment in the spotlight.

"David and I took dance lessons just so he would be more comfortable. I really don’t care how I dance — I just wanted to have a good time," she explained.

<p>Dani Sork Photo</p> Christine Brown and husband David Woolley at their wedding

Dani Sork Photo

Christine Brown and husband David Woolley at their wedding

Despite the lessons, Woolley, 59, admitted to being nervous — but said his anxiety melted away when he and Brown finally took to the dance floor together. "When I got out there and I just looked at [Christine], the nervousness went away," he said.

The pair also shared a laugh, recounting another memorable dance that went down at their reception. After watching one of Woolley's friends jokingly jump into Woolley's arms and wrap his legs around him, Brown decided she wanted in on the fun.

"Next thing you know, Christine is like, 'It’s my turn!'” Woolley recalled in the TLC special.

"I was up for the challenge," she said. "I was like, 'Wait a minute, if he can dance with [David] like that, so can I.'"

“The best was looking over and seeing Janelle’s face and my mom’s face," she added. "I didn’t realize my mom was right there. And then all of our kids were right there. I guess it was a bit much for some of them, but I didn’t care!”

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