‘All in 90 days’: Mike explains to Natalie why he canceled their wedding 2 hours before the ceremony

While Natalie didn’t get exactly the answers she was looking for when it comes to Mike abruptly canceling her wedding just two hours before the ceremony was supposed to take place and just three days before her visa expired, it appears that there is still one. possibility of these two to solve it. In the Sunday episode of 90 day fiancéNatalie had no choice but to confront Mike again after she had to return home because the motel wouldn’t let her check in without him as he paid for her room. Upon meeting, the two ended up working out a few things.

Mike told cameras that he “felt awful” about what he did. He then told Natalie that it was difficult for him to tell her that he was not ready to get married.

“I just got fucked,” she explained, though Natalie, who hails from Ukraine, didn’t understand the term. “It’s, uh … It’s, like, a term you use when you get nervous about a wedding and stuff, you just get nervous. You have a lot of nerves, you have a lot of things running through you. Scared and nervous. It’s just that … it’s not a normal situation we’re in. There’s nothing behind it. I’m scared. People cancel weddings all the time. “

Natalie said she didn’t know anyone who canceled a wedding and started crying after worrying that people would laugh at her.

“What did I do, Michael?” She asked him. “What is my fault?”

Mike said he fully took the blame for the cancellation of the wedding. He also said that he did not want her to return to Ukraine and wanted to consult with a lawyer to see his options.

“I’m sorry I put you in this situation,” he said. “I’m so glad you came back. I never wanted you to leave. I was super, super worried.”

Natalie admitted to the cameras that she still had feelings for Mike, noting that they had been through a lot in three years.

“I can’t call our relationship easy,” he said. “But, no matter how angry I am at Mike, deep down, at the end of the day, I still have feelings for him.”

Surprisingly, she also told Mike that she forgave him and kept pushing for him to get married.

“I realize that life will go on,” he said. “So, I’m happy to be here. I forgive you … So do you feel like getting married in two days?”

Mike said that whether they married or not, he wanted her to stay in America with him. The two later spoke to a lawyer, who said that her only option for Natalie to stay legally in the United States was to get married before her visa expired. Still, Mike remained undecided about whether he wanted to marry Natalie or not, even when she pressured him to respond. When a producer asked Mike what it would take for Natalie to convince him to marry, he did not have an answer.

“How do you respond to something like that? I don’t know,” he said. “We have our problems. We have a lot of things. Everything is rushed. It’s not like it’s a magical fairy tale here. … It’s not like, there’s really something that’s just going to magically change my mind, and it’s going to be ‘poof. No, there’s nothing … I don’t know. “

To learn more about Mike and Natalie’s difficult relationship this season, check out the video below.

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