90 Day Fiance

90 Day Fiancé: 10 Couples Fans Didn’t Believed In (But Who Are Still Together)

90 Day Fiancé cast members are met with some of the biggest challenges couples can face in a relationship. Between the legal issues of marrying internationally and the financial burden of flying back and forth overseas, 90 Day Fiancé couples have their work cut out for them.

However, the question of relationship longevity is part of the fun for fans. Every viewer has their favorite pairing, but even the most beloved 90 Day Fiancé couples aren’t always the ones that last the test of time. In fact, sometimes the couples audiences don’t believe in are the ones that go the distance.

Evelyn And Justin Halas

Viewers sure remember charming couple Evelyn and Justin Halas from season 2But although they are undeniable favorites, Justin’s family’s doubts may have rattled fans’ faith in the couple.

Alas, the couple managed to prove everybody wrong. Nicki Swift reported this year that the couple continues to go strong after having welcomed their son into the world during the whirlwind of 2020.

Amy And Danny Frismuth

Amy and David Frishmuth are one of the most memorable couples in 90 Day Fiancé. However, their struggles made them one of the harder pairings to watch.

South African Amy faced a major culture shock when she left her home to live with Danny and his religious family in rural Pennsylvania, and audiences were forced to witness the conservative family’s judgment in full swing. However, defying all odds, the couple has stayed together since their season. Variety reported in 2021 that the couple has two children and live in Texas together, both working for a church they have started.

Daya De Arce And Brett Otto

Daya De Arce and Brett Otto had quite a tumultuous run during their time on 90 Day Fiancé, facing many of the classic struggles international couples contend with in the series. Families clashed when Pacific Northwesterner Brett got together with Filipina Daya via dating apps, and as she began to adjust to life in the U.S.

The series captured heated arguments, leading fans to predict the two wouldn’t make it, but the couple had other plans. Nicki Swift reported this year that the two are still together, having welcomed their first child together in 2017. Brett and Daya updated fans on their continued progress on TLC’s spinoff 90 Day Fiancé: Self-Quarantined.

Rebecca Parrott And Zied Hakimi

Rebecca Parrott and Zied Hakimi seemed to have everything stacked against them after they got together. If the wildly different cultural backgrounds of the American South and Tunisia weren’t enough to challenge their romance, Rebecca’s former marriage left her and Zied’s road destined for rockiness.

Since their time on 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, the couple is still fighting to keep their love strong.  In Touch Weekly reported in March that the couple married in April of 2020, and remain together.

Chantel Everett And Pedro Jimeno

Anyone who has seen Chanel Everett’s spinoff series The Family Chantel knows she and Pedro Jimeno’s romance lasts longer than their time on 90 Day Fiancé. However, anyone who has only seen their debut season might not be so sure their union would last the test of time.

While some fans were captivated by Chantel and her family’s charm, others were turned off by Pedro’s aggression, which saw him sharing blows with some of Chantel’s relatives. However, the couple seems to have moved past their early issues. Distractify reported in October that they are still married, although moments from The Family Chantel reveal their marriage is still wrought with TV-worthy drama.

Elizabeth Potthast And Andrei Catravat

Elizabeth Potthast and Andrei Catravet may be one of the most well-known 90 Day Fiancé couples, but some fans had reason to doubt their future. Audiences watched Andrei pester Elizabeth’s father for money without holding down a job in the States and get into physical altercations with his brother-in-law just days before his wedding.

As Andrei constantly butted heads with Elizabeth’s tight-knit family, fans may have thought the two would call it quits. However, they have carried on through their struggles. Us Weekly reported in November that the couple is still happily married, continuing to raise their two-year-old, Eleanor.

Annie Suwan And David Toborowsky

Season 5 introduced audiences to Annie Suwan and David Toborowsky. The 90 Day Fiancé couple’s age gap (she is 24 years his junior) may have given fans doubts about a lengthy marriage, and David’s difficulty paying Annie’s dowry didn’t give anyone high hopes for the couple’s lasting union.

However, the couple has gone the distance and stayed together after their time making waves on the show. TV Insider reported in October that the two are still together, having moved to Scottsdale, Arizona in 2019.

Leida Margaretha And Eric Rosenbrook

There are many 90 Day Fiancé couples who aren’t good matches. The opposite is true for former military man Eric Rosenbrook and Leida Margaretha from season 6. 

As Leida was forced to adjust to her new American life, Eric was faced with the challenge of integrating a new family member in his hometown. Things became even more trying when Eric had to juggle Leida’s needs with those of his daughter 2Tasha. But Us Weekly reported that Leida and Eric are still together, after having bought a house in August of 2020.

Emily Larina And Alexander Larin

Emily Larina and Alexander Larin fell in love in Russia, but the two faced challenges when they returned to Emily’s home country of the U.S. They struggled with pregnancy on their season, and fans may wondered how the soon-to-be parents would adjust to life back in the States.

However, the couple seems to have adjusted just fine, having stayed together after marrying in Oregon. US Weekly reported in November the couple had their first child in 2017 and remain together.

Anna Campisi And Mursel Mistanoglu

Anna Campisi and Mursel Mistanoglu jumped some serious hurdles throughout the course of their relationship. Like many of the cast members on 90 Day FiancéMursel was forced to adapt to cultural changes in moving to the U.S. to be with Anna.

Furthermore, the couple faced a language barrier and the disapproval of Anna’s young boys. However, the two beekeepers managed to make love conquer all. Us Weekly reported in November the two are still together, and live in Anna’s home state of Nebraska.

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