When 90 Day Fiancé fans met Natalie Mordovtseva in season 7, she talked about her decision to move to the United States from Ukraine. Natalie decided to move across the world to be with her boyfriend and later husband, Mike Youngquist. During their participation in 90 Day Fiancé, Natalie Mordovtseva and Mike Youngquist discovered that they had opposing views on important issues that occur in a marriage, including finances, religion, and allegations of infidelity. Nevertheless, the couple married in April 2020 and Natalie moved to the United States.
After the marriage, Natalie Mordovtseva and Mike Youngquist were unable to recover their relationship. Unfortunately, the newlyweds broke up and did not appear in season 9 of the TLC series.
What Happened To Natalie Mordovtseva On ‘90 Day Fiancé’?
Although Natalie Mordovtseva and Mike Youngquist were already engaged when they joined 90 Day Fiancé season 7, viewers have seen their dynamic develop over the seasons. In the first season, the two broke up when Mike called off the wedding after declaring that he was no longer in love with Natalie. Although they eventually married, the two were already on rocky terms in season 8.
On the show, Natalie Mordovtseva accused Mike’s mother Trish of calling her a “hooker” while they were at her house for Thanksgiving. Trish denied Natalie’s claims and the couple separated shortly after the trip. In May 2021, Mike’s uncle Beau Lawrence told InTouch Weekly that the two were no longer living together.
After the explosive 90 Day Fiancé season, Mike and Natalie separated. Currently, the two are still legally married and have not signed any official documents. However, Mike lives in his hometown of Sequim, Washington, and Natalie has moved to St. Petersburg, Florida.
Both have also moved on, as Natalie returned to the scene during the filming of the second season of 90 Day Fiance: Single Life. The Kiev native currently works as a content creator and has created a Cameo page where she connects with her followers on social media.