'Broke my heart': 'Sister Wives' star Janelle Brown addresses 'snarky' comments as late son Robert is honored by National Guard

'Broke my heart': 'Sister Wives' star Janelle Brown addresses 'snarky' comments as late son Robert is honored by National Guard
'Sister Wives' star Janelle Brown has addressed 'snarky' comments as Robert Garrison Brown is honored by family and National Guard unit (Instagram/@robertthebrown and @janellebrown117)

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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA: 'Sister Wives' star Janelle Brown has shared the grief she is experiencing following the tragic death of her son Robert Garrison Brown' who died by suicide on March 5. 

She also addressed the snarky comments while posting about her son being honored by family and the National Guard with fans in tears at the emotional scene. 

Janelle Brown says she's finding it hard to work properly 

In an Instagram post on March 31, Janelle addressed how it is hard for her brain to work.

"It's been hard to get my brain to work properly again," she wrote. She further revealed that she was "grateful" for the outpouring of love and support" she had received over the last three weeks.

She added the support was overwhelming, "I am honored. So many of you shared stories of your loved ones. So many of you wrote of your thoughts and prayers. Thank you from the bottom of my heart," Brown said.


 
 
 
 
 
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Robert Garrison Brown was honored by the family and National Guard unit at a celebration of life ceremony

Janelle, alongside a picture, further described that Garrison was honoured by National Guard Unit. 

"Garrison was honored by family members and by his National Guard Unit last Sunday at a celebration of life ceremony," she wrote.



 

"He would have loved it... "Many [of] you have already seen a lot of these online, often with snarky comments accompanying them. But this was a beautiful moment for us," she added.

Janelle and Kody's son, Hunter, and his mother, too, paid their respects. Kody, along with his wife Robyn Brown, and former spouse Christine Brown and her new husband David Woolley were present at the occasion.

Kody's other ex-wife, Meri Brown, was present too along with several of Kody's 18 children and their partners. Garrison had signed up for the National Guard in November 2015, according to RadarOnline.

It said that Soldiers from the 1st Squadron, 221st Cavalry, along with friends and family, gathered at the Clark County Armory in Las Vegas, Nevada, for the ceremony during which Janelle was presented with a burial flag in his honor.

Internet offers support to Janelle Brown as she mourns the loss of her son Garrisson Brown 

Th internet offered support as Garrison was honored by the National Guard unit some of whom wrote, "Your face broke my heart - I can’t imagine what you’re feeling. Praying for you Janelle and the entire family."

Another wrote on Instagram, "For every snarky comment, there are many, MANY more people praying that your beautiful family finds peace." One commented, "Poor Kody. He looks utterly shattered. I'm so sorry. I hope you and the family will be OK."

"You don't deserve snarky comments. I'm sorry you are going through this," wrote one more.


 
 
 
 
 
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One wrote, "Oh my heart…I am sobbing with you, Janelle. One mama to another. I hope you know how many mamas are holding your heart in love and prayer right now."

Another on wrote, "As a military spouse that flag being handed to you broke my heart. Sending you all the love."

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