90 Day Fiancé stars Tania Maduro and Syngin Colchester had a rock-solid start to their marriage, to say the least, after they were married in 2019. Their relationship was already tumultuous, but Tania’s car accident and serious injuries – which forced her to stop working and stay in her home state of Connecticut to go to physiotherapy – put even more pressure on the less-than-successful newlyweds.
In a new sneak peek from an upcoming episode of TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, Tania and Syngin Colchester traveled back to Syngin’s homeland South Africa to visit his brother, Dylan Colchester, as he recovered from a blood clot in his lung. But their journey soon took an uncomfortable turn when the couple burst into tears in front of Syngin Colchester’s family, with Tania Maduro disintegrating into tears.
A few days after Syngin Colchester and Tania Maduro arrived in South Africa, they sat down for a braai, or South African barbecue, with Syngin’s family, including their parents, sister and brother. Almost immediately, Syngin admitted that he sometimes wondered why he had moved to the United States. And now, back home, the nostalgia hit him hard.
“I was homesick before I went back to South Africa,” Syngin Colchester told the producers of 90 Day Fiancé, “and then after last night, out with my friends, I realized that I miss life in America.
Syngin Colchester told his family that during the trip he was even considering buying land in South Africa – and not going back to the United States, let alone coming back soon. “It really makes you wonder if being America is the right thing for me right now,” he confessed.
90 Day Fiance: Syngin Colchester and Tania Maduro Argued About Having Kids İn The Future
Tania Maduro was struck by the news and told Colchester’s family that she did not want to raise her children in their country. “The only thing I said is that I don’t want to raise my son in South Africa,” said the star of the boyfriend’s 90-day anniversary. “It’s beautiful. That’s great. But there’s a lot of racism. There’s a lot of poverty.”
Tania Maduro also explained that she wanted her future children to live in a more diverse community. “If we want to have children,” she started.
But Colchester cut Tania Maduro off impatiently and reminded her that he wasn’t even sure he wanted children. “Who says it’s gonna happen?” he asked. Annoyed, his wife asked him to “get over it.” But Colchester didn’t back down. “I know we’re married, but honesty is a big thing in a relationship,” pointed out the 90 Day Fiancé star Tania. “I say what’s real.”
As for Tania, she told the producers of 90 Day Fiancé that she was frustrated by Syngin’s sudden expression of doubt about the children. “Syngin always knew that children were in my plan,” Tania pointed out, “and only when he arrived in the United States did he say, ‘Actually, I don’t even know if I really want children.