90 Day Fiance couple Mike and Natalie shook things up on Season 7 of the hit TLC show, and it looks like they are about to do the same ahead of Season 8, which takes place December 6, 2020 in premiere. , who is from the United States, and the Ukrainian resident was introduced to 90 Day fans after meeting through mutual friends and they fell in love. “We’ve also seen how they deal with everything from trust issues, big differences and uncertainty about their own feelings,” a TLC press release in the run-up to the new season, which was handed to viewers. Despite their unresolved issues, fans saw Mike Youngquist travel to Ukraine to help with Natalie’s K-1 Visa and wait for the go-ahead in his love’s homeland. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to make things easier for the couple when the cameras start rolling for the second time.
90 Day Fiance: Mike Youngquist Has His Doubts As Things Start To Move Fast With Natalie Mordovtseva
Although Mike and Natalie thought their love story would be dragged through their long-distance relationship, in the end it went fast, a little too fast for Washington’s indigenous people. According to a TLC press release for 90 days Fiancé, Natalie Mordovtsevae has to move to the U.S. within 20 days of receiving her K-1 visa, making Mike Youngquist feel “surprised that everything is going so fast”. With only 90 days until they have to get married, Mike Youngquist wonders if they can solve all their problems before they say, “I do”.
In a foretaste of the new season, Mike Youngquist’s family doesn’t seem to be helping to alleviate the couple’s problems. In a video of Natalie and Mike having dinner with his mother, she asks why Natalie Mordovtsevae hasn’t unpacked her suitcases. “Because me and Mike [fight]” she answered, by YouTube. “My son has already been hurt by all this and it probably wouldn’t work in the long run,” said Mike Youngquist’s mother in a confessional.
Apart from the couple telling interaction with the protective mother, the teaser showed Mike Youngquist apologize to Natalie Mordovtsevae, who was hysterical. “You’re sending me home. I don’t know what to say. I’m honestly scared, but I have to leave the country because I’m here illegally,” said Natalie Mordovtsevae in the clip, adding, “Michael is a monster. I can’t say what’s going to happen now, but it doesn’t look good.