Former 90 Day Fiance star Varya Malina kissed Geoffrey Paschel on new year’s eve in an emotional video that’s making some of her fans tear up.
Varya Malina from 90 Day Fiance is making fans emotional in her latest Instagram video. The reality TV personality shared a picture of her kissing Geoffrey Paschel on New Year’s Eve.
The Russian native and her on-screen beau made their first appearance on season 4 of 90 Day Fiance: Before The 90 Days. Geoffrey was found guilty of assaulting his ex-girlfriend when the pair were still living together in the United States.
Now, the 44-year-old reality star is awaiting his final judgment. With Geoffrey behind bars, Varya is leaving no stone unturned in a bid to support him and his family.
Varya Kisses Celebrates New Year With Geoffrey’s Family
Varya celebrated the new year with the Paschel family in Biloxi, Mississippi. She shared several Instagram Stories showing the awe-inspiring weather and scenery around her.
Regrettably, she even got injured during her trip, while jumping into a pool without reading the warning sign and hit her head, per ScreenRant. Much to her relief, Geoffrey’s family supported and made her feel better.
Varya Kisses Geoffrey’s Picture
Taking to her Instagram account on New Year’s Eve, Varya shared a video of her kissing Geoffrey’s picture. “I had my New Year’s Eve kiss and made my wish,” she captioned the post.
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Her romantic gesture made several 90 Day Fiance viewers extremely emotional. A fan wrote, “My heart breaks for you….stay strong… praying the new year brings you and Geoffrey back together.”
Another added, “Varya, I’m crying! This is the sweetest thing I’ve ever seen.” A third one wrote, “That is so sweet, it made me tear up. Happy New Year Varya.”
Not too long ago, the former radio presenter admitted that she had not met Geoffrey since his guilty verdict. However, she told fans that she talks to him every day via video chat.
Nevertheless, the couple hasn’t been able to meet in person since his facility has not permitted any visitations in the last five years.