Brother Habib, it very convinient for you to understand it this way as if you come with the preconceived notion (made to believe) that multiple marriages were not only allowed but are a very natural and common phenomenon. With the help of ahadiths, common (made up) history
And of course translations of some verses like 4:3 to make it look even more authentic!!
Only when you get your mind rid of all these false beliefs that we all were deliberately brainwashed with first, so that we believe in the understanding of this Quran as they want us to, only then you’ll realise there is nothing of such sort being said here.
The very first thing “tatoobaa” does not imply “you two wives”.
Secondly these verses are not talking about “two wives" of the Prophet at all!
Please read the previous verses carefully, and read the verses as they are written. Allah addressing Prophet SW saying he has no right to make something unlawful to please any of the wives(6:1)(it does not say all his wives at the same time) and to remember what Allah SWT has ordained about oaths people take(6:2).
Which oath is Allah SWT talking about that He made already clear for all (believers)???
It could be any oath they take in Allah’s name or it could be about how they pronounce their wives to be their mothers and make them haraam for themsleves(6:2)..and why not?
Now see verses 6:3 again it is a continuation of previous subject. Starting with “wa”, and so now dear all, please understand these verse and the use of the words that relate to “Zihaaar”, keeping in mind verses 33:4 and 58:3:4.
I hope I don’t have to spell everything out here now as that it is easy for those who with clear heads and minds to figure out understand the rest themselves. :)