If you’ve followed Robert Springs and Anny Francisco’s emotionally charged journey in 90 Day Fiancé, then you know their story is one for the books. After going through setbacks, loss and gossipy drama, this couple still captivates fans. The latest update? Let’s just say it’s more complicated than ever.
You know what they say, love isn’t always rosy, and for this 90 Day Fiancé couple, it’s more like a roller coaster ride. Robert recently resorted to Instagram to discuss the “challenges” he and Anny are currently facing in their marriage. Now, before you jump to conclusions, know that he added some positivity to that somewhat somber note. Robert called his marriage “challenging,” but also stated that every version of him is “made for Anny.”
He continued to praise his wife, saying he could lean on her during his weak moments and vice versa. This comes after the couple tragically lost their seven-month-old baby, Adriel, last year. As you can imagine, it has been an extremely difficult time for both of them. But when Robert closed his message by expressing love to Anny Francisco, calling her “beautiful and humble,” fans were somewhat relieved.
90 Day Fiancé: Anny Francisco’s Take – Like Oil and Water, Yet Inseparable
Anny also had her fair share to say during their four-year wedding anniversary. The Dominican Republic native made a candid comment, describing her relationship with Robert as being like “oil and water”-notably different yet somehow inseparable. Accompanying her insightful words, Anny posted heartwarming photos on her social media, where she showed off an all-blue outfit with a bouquet of white roses. In another snapshot, Robert and Anny seemed more in love than ever, with Anny sitting on her husband’s lap.
This anniversary post, laden with heartfelt and loving moments, quickly gained a lot of attention. Several big names from the 90 Day Fiancé franchise-such as Angela Deem, Debbie Johnson and Loren Brovarnik-couldn’t resist complimenting the couple’s milestone.
So, what’s the message here? Robert and Anny prove that even when you’re in the public eye, managing a relationship requires hard work, and they’re not afraid to admit it. In the age of over-sharing, their transparency is quite refreshing.