Mike Youngquist, known from the reality TV show “90 Day Fiancé”, has recently filed for divorce from his estranged wife, Natalie Mordovtseva. This decision marks the end of their tumultuous relationship, which had captivated viewers for over three years.
The couple first appeared on the public radar in November 2019 during season 7 of “90 Day Fiancé.” Their relationship was often marked by disagreements and conflicts, particularly over issues like religion, finances, and lifestyle choices. The drama intensified after Natalie moved to the United States on a K-1 visa to live with Mike in rural Washington. The couple’s differing views and lifestyles led to numerous high-tension moments, and Mike eventually called off their wedding.
Despite these challenges, Mike and Natalie married on April 15, 2020, in Clallam County, Washington. However, their marriage was short-lived, and they reportedly separated less than a year later. Mike’s Uncle Beau Lawrence had even stated in March 2021 that Natalie had left their home and had been away for several months.
Post-separation, Natalie featured in seasons 2 and 3 of “90 Day: The Single Life,” showcasing her journey back into the dating world. She formed a connection with Josh Weinstein, CEO of a modeling agency, and moved to St. Petersburg, Florida. On the other hand, Mike had been seen exploring new relationships as well, including an intermittent romance with Marcia Brazil and later, a relationship with a new, undisclosed partner.
The divorce filing by Mike Youngquist came on December 5, 2023, marking a significant step in both their lives. It not only concludes a significant chapter in their personal lives but also a storyline that many fans of “90 Day Fiancé” had followed closely. The intricacies of their relationship, from the early days of excitement and anticipation to the eventual fallout and separation, have been a topic of interest and speculation among viewers and media alike.