Annie and David are famous among their fans because of their unique storyline on 90 Day Fiance. TLC gave the duo a separate spin-off named ‘David & Annie: After The 90 Days’. The star couple had faced several ups and downs in their relationship. However, David’s approach of understanding and paying respect to his wife’s culture and tradition made fans extremely impressed.
Moreover, Annie was skeptical about David’s decision to become a monk earlier in the season. But, apart from all the odds, the celebrity achieved his goal. Despite this, the family faced a major setback as Annie’s desire to bring her family members to the U.S. had to be postponed. Keep reading to know everything in detail.
90 Day Fiance: Annie Is Disappointed After Her Family Members’ Visa Is Denied
Annie and David Toborowsky have a huge fan following after their debut on 90 Day Fiance. The viewers love watching the star couple. Despite having major differences between them, whether in age or culture, they are still happily in love. However, Annie Toborowsky’s family has to deal with bad news after her 15-year-old brother Jordan and 17-year-old cousin Amber’s visa was denied for the second time.
The latest episode of After the 90 Days revealed the whole process of the immigration department. Furthermore, they made it clear that the two youngsters could not go to the United States. Even after attending English classes and practicing several times for the interview, things did not work out as per plan.
Later, a very disheartened Amber recounted to Annie and her husband because she had her hopes high for this interview. However, the 90 Day Fiance star consoled her cousin. On the other hand, Jordan felt relieved that he did not have to leave his home. In the previous episodes, Jordan had gone back and forth about deciding to move to a new country with his sister and her husband. David and Annie discussed this fact before.
He explained that not taking Jordan with them would create a gap between the brother-sister duo. David felt he should have put more effort into coming closer to his son when he was a young dad. His absence leads his son to have lousy company, over whom the celebrity dad had no control. Thus, he felt he should avoid repeating the same mistake with Jordan. However, he was disappointed by the news, too.
90 Day Fiance: David & Annie Trying Surrogacy To Have Kids
David and Annie married each other six years ago, and it is David’s second marriage. Thus, the 90 Day Fiance star already has a big family and kids from his previous relationship. On the other hand, Annie Toborowsky has revealed that she also wants to have kids, which David was not on board with. Well, their decision had to do something with their “age gap.” The Asian woman is 30 years old, and her husband is 54.
As a result, David revealed that he does not want to be in the diaper-changing phase in his 60s. Furthermore, they are still deciding if they will have kids in the future or not. Before they planned to have kids, the couple wanted to raise Annie’s younger brother and cousin, but they have been facing setbacks, as mentioned above. Regardless, the 90 Day Fiance star couple has options for having kids.
So, David mentioned that they had looked into a clinic in the capital of Thailand. Apart from these things, the couple is still ready to expand their family. They wanted to have Annie’s cousin and brother live in the USA so they could try their hand at parenthood. Unfortunately, things did not go as planned. Keep coming back to TV Season & Spoilers for all the latest reality TV updates.