A woman from another continent packs up her bags and moves to a totally different nation for love. Sounds romantic, doesn’t it? Well, that’s exactly what Jenny is planning to do for the love of his life Sumit. In the first episode of 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way, we saw Jenny get her visa to India. She will be able to go to the country where the love of her life resides. It might sound perfect, but the couple has a lot of obstacles to face before they can get even the tiniest glimpse of a happily ever after. Let’s take a look.
Jenny is a 60-year-old woman from California who met Sumit, who is almost half of her age online. They started chatting and slowly started to develop mutual feelings for each other. However, there is a catch here. Sumit initially claimed to be someone who he wasn’t. He said his name was Michael Jones and he was a model. He confessed to Jenny when they started to get serious for each other. Jenny quickly forgave him, and they skyped for the first time. She also defended him when he was facing catfishing accusations by saying that he was afraid that she might not accept him as he is Indian.
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Jenny has three daughters and four grandchildren. She only told her one daughter about the catfishing incident when she was about to leave. Moreover, Sumit is even planning to keep the entire marriage a secret from his parents. He thinks that they are not going to approve of him marrying a woman twice his age. He works in a call center and in the latest episode we saw him telling some of his friends that he is going to marry Jenny. The look on their faces made it clear that there are going to be tonnes of obstacles the couple has to face.
Meanwhile, Jenny believes that people do things that are unbelievable when they are in love. And she really means it when she talks about love. She opened up about how her ex-husband left her for another woman. Jenny was convinced during her previous marriage that it’s going to last a lifetime. However, when he left, it affected her entire self-esteem, and she was heartbroken. She is glad that she has found love again and is ready to uproot her whole life in America to unite with him.
Jenny has only $6000 in her savings, and she plans to move to India, get married, and get a job. She won’t be able to receive any money for her social security when she lets her American citizenship go. It’s a pretty risky move from her part. Do you think the couple is going to last? There are many hurdles like the age gap, lack of finances, parents’ disapproval, etc. in their way. Let us know what you think in the comments below.