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At first glance, it is a scene of utterly normal domestic chaos.
There's washing to be done, the children are running around outside, and Dad has come home from work in a terrible mood.
There is only really one reason I need to clarify this, which is because I’m Muslim.
And when it comes to tropes associated with Muslims, polygamy is right up there.
Martha has her arm around her husband Moroni and is clucking like an indulgent hen as she tries to coax him into a better temper.
Buxom, amiable and in her mid-30s, she is every inch the average housewife and mother.
'We'll find someone who will fit in perfectly,' Martha purrs soothingly, as if her husband were about to select a new set of curtains.
But for a new TV documentary, presenter Dawn Porter was given access to two polygamous families, who both sought to present rose-tinted images of harmonious, contented communities.
But when she scratched beneath the surface, what she found was a very different picture - of resentment, jealousy and bitterness...
3 because they have no limit on how large they’d like to grow their family; and the Brineys.
It’s already a tension-filled household for the Brineys, because wives April and Auralee are still trying to get used to Angela, the recently added third wife husband Drew brought into the mix after dating her for just a couple of weeks.