90 Day Fiancé: Mike Youngquist Admits He’s Not In Love With Natalie Mordovtseva

90 Day Fiancé Mike Youngquist Admits He’s Not In Love With Natalie Mordovtseva

Fans of 90 Day Fiancé have been concerned about the state of Mike and Natalie’s relationship all season long. It’s no secret that Mike Youngquist and Natalie Mordovtseva have had a rough time.

In season 8, episode 10, Mike Youngquist is faced with a choice: either he admits to the couple’s problems and agrees to go to therapy, or risk ending the relationship. We all know that some of the 90 Days couples didn’t make it through professional interventions, so many fans weren’t sure which path this couple would take.

I’ve been trying to work with her on stuff and talk to her,” Mike Youngquist confesses during the episode, per TV Insider. “I’m not going to spend a bunch of money just to have a simple conversation with Natalie.” Mike and Natalie have been fighting a lot since she moved from the Ukraine to Sequim, Washington, to be with him (for ET). He has not seemed enthusiastic about moving forward with wedding plans. Apparently he thought the therapist visit would tip the scales one way or the other.

90 Day Fiancé: Mike Youngquist Admits He’s Not In Love With Natalie Mordovtseva

At the counseling session, it is clear that Mike Youngquist does not have the brightest outlook for the relationship. Natalie says that Mike doesn’t understand how hard it was for her to leave her life and come to the United States. Mike shares that he is unhappy and feels like he has put his whole life on hold for Natalie (for ET).

The therapist noted that with all the fighting, there must be something keeping them together. Mike Youngquist became candid in admitting that he doesn’t think there is. He questioned whether Natalie Mordovtseva felt the same way.

She was devastated, but some 90 Day Fiancé fans pointed out that she told him the same thing on Before the 90 Days, so she shouldn’t be surprised. Either way, it seems most fans don’t think this couple is going far. Judging by the amount of tears in the previews for next week’s episode, it’s hard to disagree.

Written by Meghan Mentell

Meghan Mentell is a US Reality TV/Entertainment Writer with theworldnewsdaily.


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