The 90-day period to decide whether or not they want to get married was just the beginning of a lifetime of change for the couples featured on 90 Day Fiancé. Each couple’s struggle was unique and stressful for them. Read on to find out what some of the couples are up to after their 90 days have ended.
Can you meet somebody and decide within 90 days whether or not you want to marry them? Think about it. That’s all the time that some couples get to decide if they want to spend the rest of their lives with each other. This has been captured on the reality series 90 Day Fiancé that follows couples who have 90 days to decide if they want to get married before their visas expire. The show has completed its fourth season, and viewers have been following the developments of the couples as they struggle to make life-changing decisions. Some fans have been hoping that their favorite 90 Day Fiancé couples are happily married and starting their lives together. Where are they now? We have details about some of the couples and what they have been up to after 90 Day Fiancé.
To Marry or Not to Marry?
The 90 Day Fiancé cast has been rich in diversity. People from different countries and backgrounds have come and tried their best to get adjusted to the American lifestyle. Their partners are U.S. citizens who have had a tough time understanding the cultural differences between them and their partners. The couples face culture shock, language barriers, and the label of being a “mail-order bride or bridegroom” when they take part in this process. People are curious to know what has happened to some of these couples after their 90 days are over. Here is a 90 Day Fiancé update on four of the most interesting couples.
Jorge & Anfisa
Jorge Lopez fell in love with Russian model Anfisa Arkhipchenko after seeing her pictures on Instagram. During their 90-day period, Arkhipchenko wanted Lopez to spend money on her and pamper her which was tough as his finances were limited. Arkhipchenko kept threatening to go back to Russia, and it looked as though they would split up, but they got married anyway. There is no confirmation on whether or not they are still together at this time.
Nicole and Azan
Since Nicole and Azan came from different faiths, they had an even more complicated relationship than other couples on the show. Nicole accepted Azan’s proposal but refused to convert to Islam as she found it to be stifling, while Azan refused to convert to Christianity for his own reasons. Their wedding was delayed indefinitely because Nicole did not have enough funds to sponsor Azan’s stay in the United States as per the government’s requirements. Nicole thinks that it might take more than two years and is unsure if Azan will wait that long. They are still together but Azan lives in Morocco, and she lives in the U.S. It is unclear if they will get married in the foreseeable future.
Chantel and Pedro
Pedro moved to the United States from the Dominican Republic to be with Chantel. They got married, but according to reports, they are still struggling to have a life together because Chantel’s family doesn’t trust Pedro after the duo lied about their engagement. They both decided to take Chantel’s family to the Dominican Republic to have a second wedding, and allow their families get a chance to know each other better.
Mohamed and Danielle
Mohamed Jbali and Danielle Mullins’ wedding went kaput pretty quickly. Mohamed moved out after the big day, saying that Danielle would threaten to have him deported if he did not have sex with her. He also complained that she had a “horrible” smell and that she should see a doctor for it. To make things worse, he went away to Florida with a female friend, but Danielle found out and called her lawyer. She filed for annulment, which could mean that Mohamed will be forced to return to his native country of Tunisia. The matter reached the courts and in March 2017 they were officially divorced.
Tears Are Real
It takes time and patience for any relationship to work but these couples only had 90 days to decide if they want to be together for the rest of their lives. These couples have the courage to venture into unknown territories and make life-changing decisions in a short amount of time. While it is a source of entertainment for many, the tears and stress of these unions are real for the couples.