90 Day Fiance: Did Natalie Mordovtseva And Mike Youngquist Get Married?

90 Day Fiance: Did Natalie Mordovtseva And Mike Youngquist Get Married?

With the Season 8 premiere of 90 Day Fiance around the corner, fans are preparing to see the new couples, along with some familiar faces from last season. One of the returning couples is Natalie Mordovtseva and Mike Youngquist.

The pair were on show at Season 7 of the show and their journey was full of ups and downs. As they prepare for their return in Season 8, did the couple finally make a decision? Or was it all just too much for them to handle?

In the new sneak peek for the upcoming season, Mike Youngquist and Natalie engage in more drama as they plan their wedding. One day before they get married, Natalie is seen collapsing and threatens to leave America.

“I will fly to Europe,” says Natalie in tears. “And from then on, I’ll figure out how to get home, I don’t honestly know how.” Natalie keeps crying and explains that regardless of the COVID-19 pandemic, she just can’t stay in America with Mike Youngquist.

Although it’s not clear what Mike Youngquist did to upset her so much, Natalie swears she will leave America. “I also think that [a] man who does this to me doesn’t love me. And this is my last day in America,” she says.

90 Day Fiance: Did Natalie Mordovtseva And Mike Youngquist Get Married?

Although the coming season will follow the couple’s journey to the altar, Mike Youngquist and Natalie Mordovtseva are already married. During their time on Season 7, the fans weren’t sure that the couple’s relationship would survive all their differences.

Natalie made it clear from the beginning that she wanted to start a family as soon as possible. She was even willing to start the process before she was approved for her visa. “I was just thinking, you know, like, while I’m waiting in Ukraine I could be with belly,” she said at the time.

Mike Youngquist, however, wasn’t willing to miss a pregnancy, which upset Natalie. “I don’t want you here alone if it takes so long. I want to wait. I want to be here for that experience, you know. I want to be a good man for you. I want to take you to the doctors and stuff. I want to be here for that ultrasound, you know. I want to be here for every step,” he explained.

The couple also argued about how their hypothetical children would be raised. Natalie wanted them to be raised in church, while Mike Youngquist wanted them to be raised as atheists.

The couple faced one of the biggest arguments when, during a confessional with producers, Natalie couldn’t tell Mike Youngquist that she loved him.

Written by Evelyn Foster

Evelyn Foster is a US Reality TV/Entertainment Writer with theworldnewsdaily.


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