[90 Day Fiance Spoilers Warning: This article contains spoilers revealing if Anna and Mursel are still together and where the 90 Day Fiance couple is now].
Anna, a 38-year-old mother of three from Bellevue, NE, and Mursel, a 38-year-old from Antalya, Turkey, were one of the couples who starred on the seventh season of 90 Day Fiance, which wrapped February 9 on TLC. (The Tell-All special has yet to air).
Prior to meeting Mursel on Facebook, Anna had a relationship that ended badly with a "controlling" man -- the father of her three sons: Joey, 15, Gino, 14, and Leo, 6.
Mursel seemed "kind and sweet" compared to her ex, and he and Anna bonded over their shared passion for beekeeping. However, Mursel could barely speak a word of English, and so the couple struggled to communicate.
Despite the language barrier and cultural differences -- including Mursel being a Muslim who doesn't drink -- Anna traveled to Turkey to meet Mursel, and she said he had surpassed all of her expectations.
Anna confirmed on Instagram in November 2019 that she and Mursel got engaged on September 8, 2018.
After Mursel's K-1 visa was approved and he moved to the United States, he met Anna's three sons.
A couple of Mursel's comments led the boys to believe he was going to view everything in the United States inferior to what he was used to in Turkey.
Mursel's meeting with Anna's sons "didn't go well," according to Anna, and then he had to meet her mother, Charlene, who didn't like the idea of Mursel being in control of her daughter's household.
Charlene also learned Mursel was keeping Anna's three children a secret from his parents in Turkey.
"That's messed up," Gino said, who was with Charlene and his mom when Mursel came clean.
Mursel explained he loved Anna so much and felt guilty about the secret, but he knew his family would disapprove of him marrying a wife with kids -- and he didn't want to disobey his parents.
Best case scenario, Mursel hoped to tell his parents about Anna's kids in about 10 years.
Mursel said his parents would forgive his sins during their last moments on earth and the best time to tell them would be when they're on their deathbeds.
Once Mursel had been in America for about a month, he and Anna began planning their wedding. Anna put together little honey favors, while Mursel was constructing a "honeycomb altar" made of wood.
But as time progressed, the pair's chemistry wasn't enough to keep their relationship going. Anna was tired of hearing "yes" and "no" answers from Mursel, and she worried he was using their language barrier as an excuse to not talk through their issues.
Anna was feeling a little defeated and lost, but she still picked out a wedding dress.
And while Mursel tried on tuxedos and suits with Anna's sons, Joey made it known he didn't want his mother to get married.
"Your situation does not make me happy," Mursel told Joey while they were being fitted for their wedding tuxedos. "You never give me good energy. You don't try to be nice. If you don't want me, I can go."
"It's that easy?!" Joey asked his mom. "Okay, situation solved!"
Mursel started questioning why he should stay in the United States if Anna's kids didn't want him around, but Anna was certain they could get through this.
"The boys mean everything to me. My life revolves around them, but I don't think they appreciate everything I've given and sacrificed for them. And at some point, I want to be happy too," Anna said in a confessional.
However, Mursel keeping Anna's kids a secret from his loved ones continued eating away at her, so she decided to give Mursel an ultimatum.
Anna told Mursel to tell his parents about her kids or else she wouldn't marry him.
"If I had known Anna was going to make me tell my family about her kids, I would not have come [to the United States]," Mursel confessed to the cameras.
When Mursel video chatted with his parents and made his confession, Mursel's parents seemed outraged.
"She took you for a fool!" Mursel's father said, before his mother scolded him as well and demanded he return to Turkey and find a nice girl in his home country.
Mursel said his parents perceived Anna as an "incredibly bad" woman, and Anna was devastated to hear her parents would not accept her.
Mursel then decided to return to Turkey in order to please his parents, and Charlene accused Mursel of breaking her daughter's heart. Charlene had predicted her daughter's relationship would "end up in tragedy," and she just wanted Mursel to get "the hell out of" America.
Anna's two youngest boys, Leo and Gino, were pretty upset by the news because they had just started to welcome Mursel into their lives and appreciate him being around. Joey, however, seemed more than pleased because he didn't think Anna always thought things through.
Anna was disappointed that age 38, Mursel wasn't willing to stand up to his parents and just marry her for the sake of their love and happiness.
In the days leading up to Mursel's flight back to Turkey, Anna forced him to stay in a hotel. She cried constantly and called him "weak." She ignored his phone calls and texts unless she called to yell at him.
"If we really cannot be together, I want you gone," Anna told Mursel via text.
Mursel said he felt lonely in a foreign land and wished he could spend his final days in America with Anna, but Anna insisted she no longer liked him and they were finished.
"I want to kiss her because I love her. I couldn't sleep at all. All the time I am thinking about this," Mursel vented in a confessional.
Anna then reluctantly decided to drive Mursel to the airport with false hope he would come around and decide to stay at the last minute.
Mursel told Anna he would love her "for a lifetime," but she didn't want to hear it. Anna just sobbed and sobbed.
"I want to punch you," Anna said, wiping the tears from her face.
Mursel told a producer his relationship was over, and Anna seemed to agree.
"The K-1 visa is a one-entry visa, so once you leave, you cannot come back into the United States. So, once he leaves, that's it. He's not coming back," Anna explained to the cameras.
The pair had an extremely emotional goodbye at the airport, and Mursel was feeling worse than ever about breaking Anna's heart.
Anna could be heard giggling in the background as Joey showed off his Spanish skills and she recorded the video.
In addition to proving Anna and Mursel are still a couple and living together, the video clearly shows Joey and Mursel get along much better now!
In the comments section of the video, questions and compliments poured in from Anna's followers.
"Did you move?" asked one fan, who probably noticed the lovely fireplace, blue walls and hardwood floors shown in the video.
"Yes," Anna replied.
"That's what I thought your house is beautiful!" the fan responded.
Anna then replied, "Thank you! We are so excited. I can do some nice cooking videos in this kitchen!"
And on February 10, Anna posted several photos from her wedding day with Mursel and gushed about the occasion when looking back.
"I'm finally able to post! @darbslj3 thank you for taking beautiful photos!! Just in case anyone is curious...there was an interpreter during the ceremony. Mursel knew exactly what he was getting into..TLC edited that out of the ceremony," Anna captioned the slideshow.
When asked in the comments section if she and Mursel continue to learn each other's languages, Anna replied, "We are and have been learning."
She also confirmed she chose not to share photos with Mursel over the last several months as to not spoil the ending of 90 Day Fiance's seventh season.
"I didn't post because of my contract. Yes he's around," Anna told her followers.
Anna and Mursel tied the knot in Nebraska on September 8, 2019, according to court records obtained by Starcasm.
Since it appeared Mursel had his K-1 Visa reissued in no time at all -- and only a couple of days remained before it would expire -- after his interview with the U.S. Embassy in Turkey, 90 Day Fiance fans were skeptical of whether he ever truly returned to Turkey to begin with.
Fans speculated 90 Day Fiance may have faked that storyline for drama and entertainment.
However, Anna insisted during a recent Instagram Live session the storyline was real and authentic, In Touch Weekly reported.
In a Q&A with fans, one of Anna's followers reportedly asked her, "Is it true Mursel never left to turkey?"
And then the Nebraska native responded, "Mursel did leave to turkey. It's really true," according to In Touch.
While 90 Day Fiance was airing, the couple refrained from sharing photos or writing messages about each other on social media, but Mursel changed his home state to Nebraska on his Facebook late last year.
Anna also hinted she and Mursel are still a couple when she wrote his name as a hashtag in a mid-December 2019 post on Instagram.
"We need more days till Christmas! #notready, #90dayfiance, #oldestboy, #mursel," Anna captioned a photo with her son.
And back in November, Anna revealed how to say the word "turkey" in Turkish in honor of Thanksgiving, suggesting Mursel is still her man. She apparently continues to learn the language and appreciate Mursel's culture.