90 Day Fiancé: Uncle Beau Says Mike Youngquist And Natalie Mordovtseva Broke Up

90 Day Fiancé: Uncle Beau Says Mike Youngquist And Natalie Mordovtseva Broke Up

In last Sunday’s episode of 90 Days Fiancé, Mike Youngquist changed his mind about his wedding to Natalie Mordovtseva. This led to the Ukrainian beauty heading to a motel for a night before leaving the country.

In a preview of Sunday’s episode, which airs on March 28, Natalie has trouble with Mike’s card at the hotel and has to return to Sequim. It turns out the couple finally got married, but as you might expect, it didn’t last long. To recap, 90 Day Fiancé stars Mike and Natalie, debuted for the first time in season 7 of the TLC reality series. During this season, they documented their K-1 visa journey.

After discovering that the visa process was delayed, Mike drove Natalie to her native Ukraine. There, the couple got into a confrontation over religion, children and more. At the end of that trip, Natalie threw her engagement ring in Mike’s suitcase before flying back to the US.

The couple will return in season 8 of “90 Day Fiancé,” where it’s clear that Mike and Natalie’s relationship is still rocky, even if his K-1 visa has been approved. But despite their troubles, Natalie relocated to Mike’s hometown of Sequim, Washington. They decided to take advantage of the 90-day period of the K-1 visa to try to work out their problems.

As fans know, Mike and Natalie continued to squabble over their different lifestyles when they arrived in Sequim. In addition, Mike refused to give Natalie back her engagement ring. Mike Youngquist and Natalie Mordovtseva went to couples therapy. Afterwards, Mike proposed to Natalie again and they agreed on a wedding date. In fact, it was scheduled just three days before the 90-day visa was due to expire.

90 Day Fiancé: Uncle Beau Says Mike Youngquist And Natalie Mordovtseva Broke Up

As fans know, Mike Youngquist told the whole thing on the morning of their wedding day. He told Natalie Mordovtseva he couldn’t go through with it. Natalie then had to pack her things and prepare to go home before her visa expired. Initially, she planned to have a neighbor drive her to a motel in Seattle.

She was to spend the night there and catch a flight to Europe the next day. As we heard on the programme, he planned to fly to France first and then figure out how to get back home to Ukraine during the pandemic.

It turns out that her plans to stay in a motel went awry when Natalie had a problem with Mike’s credit card. According to the Sunday show’s teaser, she’s forced to return to her Sequim home, where they have 24 hours to decide whether or not to get married. As reported by In Touch, Mike and Natalie did get married, but divorced after less than a year of marriage. Mike’s uncle Beau Lawrence confirmed this fact, saying that Natalie hasn’t been home in “couple of months now”. He added: “She might stay away for me.”

When In Touch asked Beau if they’d split for good, he said he really hoped so. In fact, she prays to God that they’re over. According to online records, the couple got married on April 15, 2020 in Clallam County, Washington, and it looks like they won’t be celebrating their first anniversary.

Written by Lauren Rottman

Reality TV Writer
Lauren Rottman joined the theworldnewsdaily team in 2020.


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