90 Day Fiance star Jenny Slatten has been trying hard to continue her stay in Sumit’s home country, India. She was recently rumored to become a Hare Krishna Devotee by being a part of The ISKCON. But the 63-year-old also faced criticism for considering something religious as her way of extending her visa.
Despite the slams, many fans think that it is her love for her toy boy Sumit that is making her try her best to extend her stay. The two have faced numerous hurdles in the path of their love life yet have stayed strong for a decade now. And the biggest challenge that is on their way is to make Sumit’s parents agree for their union.
And recently, Jenny has made a massive move in India. Guess what! She has found a job! But where and how? Keep reading to know the updates.
90 Day Fiance: Jenny Seen Working At Her NEW Workplace, Pictures VIRAL!
On September 29, blogger and YouTuber Linda Antwi shared on her Instagram handle @90daythemelanatedway some surprising news. She lets the fans know that the American native Jenny is all set to work for her new job. She has found a job in India.
Jenny has always been good at greeting people, and her humble side has worked for her in getting a job. She will be the concierge and will greet guests all day long. To fans’ knowledge, Jenny has found a job at the Holiday Inn in Jaipur City Center, Rajasthan.
The lady is wearing a bright orange long Indian-style skirt with Indian Kurti. She looked amazing as always. The Blog Star Linda
Jenny Slatten Miss OUT On Social Gatherings
Fans are already acquainted with the fact that Sumit’s parents are against the union of Jenny and Sumit. His mother has always been an anti-hero in their love story. She disapproves of their vast age difference. Although the two have tried their best to make the parents agree for their marriage.
It is seen that Jenny is usually not a part of the social gatherings that take place at Sumit’s house. His mother does not support Jenny being called for functions or events at their house. This has sadly disheartened Jenny. However, Sumit has informed with dismay saying, “Jenny is never able to be a part of our family moments.”
This is something very somber that Jenny, who left everything behind for the love of her life, is treated alien by Sumit’s parents. We hope that one day Jenny gets what she deserves. Do you think Jenny’s new job is suitable for her gentle, hospitable personality? Let us know in the comment section.