90 Day Fiance Season 8 has introduced some interesting storylines thus far, though Mike Youngquist and Natalie Mordovtseva have gone back and forth unlike any other couple in the show.
90 Day Fiance stars Mike Youngquist and Natalie Mordovtseva are back in the United States, hoping to get married, but considering that both parties had to make a considerable amount of changes in their lives before tying the knot, things have been shaky. One of Natalie’s biggest complaints so far is with Mike’s house.
Mike’s house turned out to be more isolated and colder than Natalie had imagined. 90 Day Bares All host Shaun Robinson talked with her about traveling to Mike’s house, asking her why she was surprised and had a problem with it. Natalie divulged some details about her first look at his home, and how Mike may have misled her before her arrival.
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“The thing is, the pictures I saw were photoshopped and they were like fixed. Practically they were showing wood, lake and beautiful area which was fantastic, I think. I thought the house was actually bigger than it appeared,” Natalie said. Mike apparently showed her pictures of his home before she came to live with him, but Natalie claims they were altered.
During the 90 Day Bares All interview, it turned out that the pictures she was shown focused more on the area surrounding his home, and had some deceptive angles that gave an impression that the house was bigger than it actually is. Robinson asked Natalie if she believed she was intentionally deceived, but she said it was probably Mike’s attempt to impress her.
“I realize a lot of people live this way in the woods and it’s kind of common,” she said. If the couple’s current 90 Day Fiance storyline is anything to go by, the problems are only likely to worsen as the season continues, though there’s evidence online that they tied the knot last year.
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