90 Day Fiance features Americans and their foreign fiances looking to wed within 90 days in the United States or else the American individuals would risk losing love and having their significant others return to their home countries.
The fourth episode of 90 Day Fiance's seventh season featured Anna, a 38-year-old from Bellevue, Nebraska, and Mursel Mistanoglu, a 38-year-old from Antalya, Turkey; Emily, a 28-year-old from Portland, Oregon, and Sasha, a 31-year-old from Moscow, Russia; Mike, a 34-year-old from Sequim, Washington, and Natalie, a 35-year-old from Kyiv, Ukraine; Tania, a 29-year-old from Colchester, Connecticut, and Syngin, a 29-year-old from Cape Town, South Africa; Robert, a 41-year-old from Winter Park, Florida, and Anny, a 30-year-old from Santiago, Dominican Republic; Blake Abelard, a 29-year-old from Los Angeles, California, and Jasmin Lahtinen, a 27-year-old from Helsinki, Finland; and Michael Jessen, a 41-year-old from Greenwich, Connecticut, and Juliana Custodio de Sousa, a 23-year-old from Goiania, Brazil.
Below is the latest on each couple currently starring on Season 7 of 90 Day Fiance:
MIKE AND NATALIE
Mike and Natalie spent the night together in Ukraine, and Natalie gushed about how she loved waking up next to her man.
Mike also flat out said "the sex was incredible" and Natalie was "on fire."
Over a nice breakfast of eggs and tomatoes, Natalie revealed to Mike that she wanted to have a baby, especially because of her age -- 35 years old. She admitted she'd love to start trying immediately, but Mike joked he'd like to eat breakfast first.
Natalie suggested they'd be great parents together, and Mike agreed, saying he's always wanted children.
However, Mike pushed back on the idea of trying to conceive right away because he still had things to figure out, and he wanted to be settled with Natalie in the United States first.
Natalie didn't want to wait, so she demanded to hear a good reason. Mike reiterated how it's important to make sure her K-1 visa goes through, and he told the cameras he didn't think it would be right to bring a baby into the world unless he could take care of the boy or girl financially.
Natalie said she thought it would be nice to be pregnant while she waited in the Ukraine for her K-1 visa to be approved. But Mike said he wanted to be there for the experience of her pregnancy, such as her ultrasound appointments and learning the sex of the baby.
The more Michael pushed back on Natalie's plans, the more she begged.
That night, Natalie introduced Mike to her best friend Svetlana, and Natalie hoped Mike would make a good first impression and her pal of 15 years would like him and approve of him.
Svetlana told Mike that Natalie's heart had been broken in the past and so she was worried about her. Mike was aware of Natalie's past, although maybe not the severity of her heartbreak. Mike promised he was trying to mend Natalie's broken heart.
Natalie was apparently with her now ex-husband for eight years and they never welcomed children together. She said the relationship became something she didn't want, so she left him to have a family. Natalie insisted leaving was "hard" but it was the right decision.
Natalie told Svetlana that Mike was a good guy, and Svetlana seemed to agree based on their first interactions. The topic of children also came up, and Mike promised kids would "come very shortly."
As far as religion goes, Mike doesn't believe in God, while Natalie says she "loves God." Mike said he had no desire to change Natalie's beliefs, but he believed in "a higher civilization -- like aliens or something."
The pair clearly had different religious beliefs, and Mike disclosed he had never even been to church once before. It appeared Natalie was hoping Mike would come around to her viewpoint in the future for the sake of raising their children together.
Later on, Mike and Natalie went for a run together. She wanted to get him into shape. Natalie laughed about how she was "a b-tch," and Mike pointed out Ukrainian women tend to be blunt and direct.
Mike asked Natalie if she ran with her ex-husband, but she got very upset that Mike brought him up. Natalie didn't want Mike to compare himself to her ex, and she didn't like thinking about her ex.
Natalie told Mike that if he didn't want to run, he didn't have to.
Mike learned quickly asking Natalie about her ex was just a sore subject and not something he should bring up. Natalie had similar interests with her ex and thought he was a great guy, but their connection apparently fizzled out because he had pushed off the idea of having children for years.
Natalie said she was trying to move on, and the easiest way to do that was entering a new relationship.
ANNA AND MURSEL
Mursel had been in America for about a month, and so they were planning their wedding. Anna put together little honey favors, while Mursel was constructing a "honeycomb altar" made of wood.
Mursel admitted he was a little nervous about the wedding and had concerns because he had heard Joey and Gino talk about how he's "stupid." Mursel also thought they were "spoiled."
Anna asked Mursel to discuss the issue with her sons, but he didn't really want to.
Anna worried she and her fiance were using their language barrier as an excuse not to talk to each other about serious topics. Anna was tired of hearing "yes" and "no" answers from Mursel all the time, but Mursel told the cameras conversations about her boys would absolutely spark arguments.
Anna changed the topic from her sons to their communication, but Mursel didn't really seem cooperative. Anna insisted Mursel never listened to her, and so she was second guessing whether they should even get married.
Mursel laughed off Anna's anxiety and frustration, and she feared Mursel wouldn't put effort into getting to know her and communicating. She therefore walked away from him and their conversation.
Later on, Anna went shopping for a wedding dress with her friend Viviana. Anna admitted she should be happier at this time in her life, but she was going to do her best to have fun during stressful times.
Anna said the dress couldn't show a lot of skin or be too sexy because Mursel is Muslim. She had to change a lot about her life in order to please Mursel, such as drinking less and dressing more conservative.
However, Anna wanted to wear exactly what she wanted to wear on her wedding day. She therefore fell in love with a strapless, lace dress with a lot of beading and embellishments.
Anna cried when she had found the perfect dress, but she was really nervous about the wedding. Anna seemed to be doubting her decision to marry, and Viviana advised her pal not to rush into anything.
"I'm good," Anna said in tears, as if she was trying to convince herself that was the case. "He's the one. It just seems like nothing is going right... [but] we'll get it all figured out."
ROBERT AND ANNY
Anny expressed how Robert didn't give her enough love and affection, but he said she complained too much. The pair had argued over old pictures of ex-girlfriends on Robert's phone, but he didn't want to delete them for Anny.
In order to blow off some steam, Robert and Anny went to the gym together. Robert didn't want to delete photos of his children's mothers because they may want to see them in the future.
Anny and Robert took a little boxing lesson, but Robert didn't like how Anny spoke to the male instructor in Spanish. Robert just hoped she wasn't telling the instructor anything personal about her relationship.
Miguel, the instructor, told the cameras he didn't think Robert and Anny were going to last two months and their romance was very unusual, especially since she moved to America after they only spent one day together in the Dominican Republic.
Anny told Miguel that Robert had photos in his phone of himself alone with women, kissing them and such. Anny insisted there were photos that didn't include Robert's children, and so she wanted them gone.
"He's going to have to delete those photos if he [wants] to get married to me," Anny said in a confessional, before admitting to Robert, "I don't know if I can marry you."
Miguel pointed out Anny seemed like a handful.
Finally, Robert decided to compromise by keeping the old photos that included his children but erasing the ones of just himself with ex-girlfriends.
Robert later met with Bryson's grandparents at a bar to talk about their "horrible" meeting with Anny. Robert said they "needed to figure something out" because it was important they get along with Anny for the sake of his son.
Robert told Bryson's grandmother Stephanie it was out of line for her to ask Anny if she was on birth control, but Stephanie had her concerns and was very protective of Bryson. Stephanie didn't think there was anything wrong with asking questions.
Stephanie, however, apologized for being a little too forward and aggressive with Anny. She just had Bryson's best interests at heart.
Robert told Stephanie and Ben that Anny took good care of Bryson and seemed to love him.
"My concern is, it seems like every time you talk, you talk about how [Anny] benefits you and you have someone to take care of your kid and you can work more. I kind of get the feeling you're just looking for a maid," Ben told Robert.
"I just don't want it to be a mail-order-bride type of [situation] just so you can have somebody take care of Bryson. Is this really about love?"
Robert was shocked to hear that question, and he said if he didn't love Anny, he never would have brought her to America. Stephanie also asked Robert if Anny was using him for a Green Card, but he said his mind and heart was in it.
Robert said he wasn't going to invite Stephanie and Ben to his wedding unless they could squash their beef with Anny, but Bryson's grandparents clearly feared Robert was making rash decisions out of convenience.
MICHAEL AND JULIANNA
Michael was overjoyed to have brought together all of the loves of his life. After introducing Juliana to his children and ex-wife Sarah, Michael took her for a spin in his fancy sports car.
Michael said Juliana knew how to drive, even a stick-shift, and he found that very sexy about her.
The pair were then shown going furniture shopping for the new house Michael had purchased for his family. Michael admitted Juliana had very expensive taste and he had learned his lesson by giving her a credit card to use.
Juliana fell in love with a $14,000 couch, but Michael didn't want to be flippant with his money and spend too much on certain pieces. Although Michael was wealthy, he said that didn't mean he wanted to waste money.
Juliana told Michael he was "mean" sometimes about her credit-card spending, especially because she had purchased a car on his card weeks before coming to America. Juliana said she had bought the car in case the K-1 visa process didn't work out.
Juliana said the process was stressful and she never thought the K-1 visa was going to happen so she basically blew off steam. Juliana revealed to Michael that her sister was using the car as a taxi to make money.
"I'm so stupid," Juliana noted.
"I'm done, we're moving on," Michael said.
Michael told the cameras Juliana's decision was "hurtful" because she had seemed to lose faith in him, their relationship and that they'd be together one day. Michael didn't like the idea of Juliana buying a car in the off-chance she must stay in Brazil.
It finally became time to move into the new house, and Michael said it was "a little overwhelming" and he had a lot to digest. Juliana said moving was not stressful for her because she had moved around often in Brazil based on when she could or could not pay the rent.
Michael's kids, Max and Cece, were a little stressed out because they were trying to adjust to a new life with Juliana, but they really seemed to like her.
Juliana thought the house was big and beautiful, and she really liked it. She joked, however, how it would take a whole week to clean the place. Juliana had grown up poor and even once had to steal food from her neighbor because she didn't have any.
Michael was making all of Juliana's dreams come true. Juliana didn't want to brag about her life in America to her parents because she didn't want to highlight her parents' problems and what they didn't have.
EMILY AND SASHA
Sasha gushed about how his son looked just like him, and Emily was looking forward to eventually moving to America. Emily said having a little baby around was so much fun.
When Sasha's parents were around, Emily had a lot of help with her son.
Sasha's K-1 visa to come to America was finally approved, but then Emily acknowledged they had "hit a roadblock" with her son's Russian passport. Sasha apparently did not apply for their son's passport when she had asked him to.
"If you ever have a child in a former Soviet country, please, please, please do your research," Emily told the cameras.
Emily and Sasha therefore had to wait for their passports, and six months of time had passed of the couple living in Moscow, Russia. Emily couldn't help feeling a little resentful because Sasha didn't apply for the passport right when their son was born, and she admitted they had fought about that often.
Emily was also exhausted from taking care of the baby all on her own since Sasha apparently worked "all the time" from 5:30AM to 11PM. Emily said she and Sasha had no time as a couple and she felt very isolated and alone. Emily was also sad Sasha hadn't been able to bond with his child.
Emily said Sasha spent about five hours a week total with his son and she was ready to go home.
The couple, however, was only three days away from traveling to the United States. Emily said once they got to America, Sasha would have to look after the baby while she looks for a job.
Sasha had always been the working parent while his exes stayed home with his children, so Emily pointed out Sasha had a lot to learn about parenting -- from changing diapers to going on walks.
"Speak to him, play with him. He can't just be in the chair all day," Emily said.
"Okay. Do I have a choice?" Sasha asked.
Emily was upset and Sasha's behavior made her sad. Emily said Sasha should be happy to spend time with his baby and want to take advantage of their time together.
Sasha, on the other hand, thought Emily was worrying about the baby too much and he didn't deserve to be nagged. Sasha said Emily was constantly finding reasons to argue, which is what had happened in a past relationship once a child was welcomed into the picture.
BLAKE AND JASMIN
Blake said his first night with Jasmin was "cool" and she got to rest. The next day, Blake and Jasmin met up with Blake's closest friends at the hotel pool.
Jasmin wasn't excited about the pool party because she was still jet-lagged and tired. Jasmin wasn't looking forward to answering a bunch of questions and having to be social and bubbly.
Blake hoped his friends would have an open mind because they had initially been shocked about the engagement. Blake's friend Rita wanted to know Jasmin's intentions and whether she was in America for the right reasons.
Jasmin was a little quiet at the party, but Blake's friend Darrell could tell Blake really liked her. Blake's friends predicted Jasmin's 90 Days in America were going to be eye-opening for everyone involved.
Jasmin doesn't drink any alcohol, which Blake respected. But Blake wanted Jasmin to also respect him when he wanted a drink at certain occasions. Jasmin joked she didn't want Blake's mouth to taste like alcohol when they kissed and so she'd prefer he not drink either.
Blake's friends were surprised Jasmin doesn't drink. Jasmin suddenly wasn't feeling good, and so she decided to leave the little party and go back to the hotel room, where she could rest.
"I'm marrying Blake, not his friends," Jasmin told the cameras.
Blake wished Jasmin had pushed through her fatigue a little longer in order to get to know his friends better, but he said he had to accept Jasmin the way she is.
Blake wished the friendly gathering had gone a little better, but Jasmin said she's "a people person" when she's around people she truly likes.
Jasmin had been happy to return to the hotel room alone, without Blake, which was a little hard for him to hear. Blake wanted Jasmin to need him, but she appeared to be very independent.
Blake said Jasmin "can be very blunt at times" and "voices her opinion." Blake, however, thought things would get better within a few months because Jasmin must have been going through a lot in her first few days in America.
TANIA AND SYNGIN
Tania said things were going well in America, as she and Syngin naturally had their ups and downs.
The couple was then shown going to Tania's sister's house, where Syngin would be meeting the rest of Tania's family. Syngin was a little nervous, especially because he was a "white guy" walking into a Latin family.
Syngin hoped he would fit in with Tania's family, and they appeared to be very kind and welcoming.
Based on how Syngin was with her nephew, she could tell her fiance was going to be a great father. Syngin didn't want to start a family right away, but Tania insisted her clock was ticking at age 29 and half her eggs would disappear at age 30.
Tania revealed she'd be heading to Costa Rica in three weeks to learn herbalism. She was going to take a month-long course about natural medicine and natural remedies.
Tania looked forward to starting a small business and making her own products with Syngin. She believed this course would be an investment in their future together, and Tania joked about becoming the community's "witch doctor."
Syngin would therefore be left alone in the United States for a month. Tania already had to put the course off multiple times due to financial struggles and her volunteer work.
Tania's sister Tiana thought it was "a recipe for disaster" given Syngin had just arrived in America.
Syngin admitted he didn't want to live apart from Tania for so long because they needed the 90 days to get to know each other better, but at the same time, he understood why Tania had to leave and decided to be supportive.