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’90 Day Fiance’ couple Nicole Nafziger and Azan Tefou’s 2019 wedding plans still up in the air

’90 Day Fiance’ couple Nicole Nafziger and Azan Tefou’s 2019 wedding plans still up in the air
’90 Day Fiance’ couple Nicole Nafziger and Azan Tefou’s 2019 wedding plans still up in the air

90-day fiancé couple Nicole Nafziger and Azan Tefou’s wedding does not seem to be taking place, although Nicole recently claimed that it is “very likely” that they will make the knot before the end of 2019.

“It’s in the air if she’s getting married to Azan in Morocco,” one source told In Touch Weekly.

“She has to save a lot if she even wants to afford a plane ticket to go there.”

An insider told RadarOnline earlier that Nicole was planning to return to Morocco after her wedding in June and to marry Azan abroad, but that trip clearly never happened.

“Nicole’s sister Taylor married at the end of June and Nicole was a bridesmaid in her marriage with her other sisters, so that was her family’s conversation – Taylor’s wedding,” the source told In Touch.

“Nobody talked about Nicole getting married because she’s not talking about it.”

If there is no wedding in August 2019, the future of Nicole and Azan still seems to be in the air – although Nicole reportedly maintained before Taylor’s wedding that it is “very likely” that she and Azan will be later this year will tie the knot.

Nicole and Azan met on a mobile dating app years ago when she was 21 years old and lived in Bradenton, FL. Azan was then 23 years old and from Agadir, Morocco.

Nicole and Azan started playing reality TV by playing season 4 of the original 90 Day Fiance series, followed by season 5 of the series.

That later led to an appearance on season 3 of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? and then Season 4, recently packed on TLC.

Nicole and Azan got engaged during Nicole’s first trip to Morocco, and then they wanted to get married on her second trip to the home of Azan.

However, wedding plans failed due to financial burdens and time constraints.

At the time, Azan seemed to convince Nicole to invest $ 6,000 of her wedding money in opening a beauty store instead, while planning to contribute $ 500 to the total cost.

It is unclear whether that store was a real possibility or will one day actually open it, since both people have made different claims in recent months.

Fans were skeptical about last year’s wedding cancellation because they thought it was all Azan doing and Nicole pretended to be on board because she didn’t want to throw Azan under the bus or make either of them look bad.

Nicole therefore left Morocco as a single woman and returned to Florida in 2018 alone.

Nicole has since been planning to return to Morocco so that she can finally marry Azan, but there is concern that Azan is not on the same page because Nicole thought it was great to have bought a ticket to Morocco in 2019 – just for the journey cancel two weeks later.

Nicole never disclosed the reasons behind the cancellation, but the frustration and disappointment all over her face indicated that Azan was the decision maker.

During the Tell-All special for season 4 of the 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After, Nicole announced that it was a year ago since she last saw Azan, but she planned to visit him soon in Morocco and stay there Marry. However, she refused to explain why her last attempt did not work.

Nicole said that her trip to see Azan did not happen “because sometimes things are just personal.”

Despite concerns from family, friends and even 90 Day Fiance fans, Nicole apparently continues to believe that Azan loves her and his intentions are pure.

Nicole loves Azan and is hopefully looking forward to becoming his wife. She recently revealed on Instagram that after she married Azan in Morocco, she and her daughter May – who calls Azan “Daddy” – will stay in his native country for a while until Azan is released to move to America.

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