’90 Day Fiancé’: 3 Couples Get Married While 1 Calls It Quits

90 Day Fiancé season 8 is coming to a close but that doesn’t mean that the couple’s relationships are done, too. In fact, three 90 Day Fiancé couples took a step toward making their relationships more permanent on this week’s episode, while one pair has split in real life.

'90 Day Fiancé' couple Brandon Gibbs and Julia Trubkina hold hands
Brandon Gibbs and Julia Trubkina on ’90 Day Fiancé’ | TLC

’90 Day Fiancé’ couples who got married

Rebecca Parrott and Zied Hakimi’s union has been a long time coming. Fans first met the couple on season 7 of the show. When Hakimi was finally allowed to move to America, he had trouble transitioning into his new life with Parrott after she moved him into the same apartment building that she shared with her ex. In recent episodes, Hakimi informed Parrott that he could not continue living with her during Ramadan unless the two tied the knot. Not wanting to be apart from him, Parrott agreed to a quick wedding.

“It’s not the wedding that I wanted, but I don’t want to live the rest of my life without him,” she told the cameras. “He’s just amazing.”

Though it wasn’t her dream wedding, Parrott did arrive to the nuptials in a white carriage like Cinderella.

“It feels so good to not have a 90-day deadline looming over and not having to worry about saying goodbye in an airport,” she said.

Tarik Myers and Hazel Cagalitan also wed in last night’s episode. Despite having issues with Cagalitan wanting to find a woman to bring into their relationship, the two seemed to be really in love as they said their vows.

“You restored my faith in this life,” Myers said. “A lot of times I wanted to give up on love, but then I did something crazy and flew 10,000 miles and proposed to somebody I’d only seen for two weeks. And now there will never be anybody before you, ever.”

Julia Trubkina and Brandon Gibbs’ nuptials were a little sped up as Trubkina feared that the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic would slow down their paperwork being processed.

“I promise to love you always. To appreciate and respect you. Make protein cookies,” Trubkina told Gibbs during the cerrmony. “You are my friend. I am your support in everything. In any situation, I will be with you. You make me happy. I want to keep our feelings — what we feel now today — forever. I love you, Brandon. Your Russian angel.”

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’90 Day’ season 8 cast members who broke up

On the other hand, Natalie Mordovtseva and Mike Youngquist’s relationship has taken a turn for the worst. On the show, Youngquist told Mordovtseva that he didn’t want to marry her.

“Michael bought me [a] ticket to France. And from there, I think I should figure out either I take a bus or train. I’m not sure if there are flights to my country because it’s coronavirus,” Mordovtseva said as she packed her things.

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“And I will not tell my mom or my friends and family that I’m doing it,’ she said. “They would say that Michael is [a] monster because, like, it’s not the right time to fly. But I have to leave the country. He didn’t leave me any choice to think [or] any time.”

The two did eventually get married but have since broken up.