’90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way’: How Sumit and Jenny are Handling the Pandemic in India

by Jeremy Spirogis
Jenny and Sumit on a rickshaw on

Jenny Slatten and Sumit Singh confronted quite a few relationship hurdles on this season of 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way. And within the newest episode, the couple discovered themselves caught in one more mess. Just as Jenny and Sumit began planning their wedding ceremony, the COVID-19 pandemic hit India and acquired in the way in which of their plans. 

Jenny and Sumit on a rickshaw on '90 Day Fiancé'
Jenny and Sumit on a rickshaw on ’90 Day Fiancé’ | TLC/Youtube

The ’90 Day Fiancé’ couple has restricted time to get married

As seen earlier within the season, Jenny is in India on a six-month visa. She deliberate to marry Sumit as quickly as doable to remain within the nation. But his prolonged and difficult divorce course of ate up most of their time. 

“I’m excited for this,” Jenny informed 90 Day Fiancé producers when studying Sumit’s divorce was virtually full. “I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. But the clock is ticking, and time is running out. So, this divorce needs to hurry up and get finalized before my visa expires.”

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Jenny waited patiently for Sumit’s divorce to undergo

Sumit’s divorce course of took months. But after a couple of intense court docket proceedings, a decide lastly signed off to make it official.

“Today is a new beginning to my relationship with Jenny and me because I’m divorced today, and I’m very happy,” Sumit mentioned on the day his divorce was finalized. “I’m, I’m feeling very free that this is a time which I can focus what I need to do and how I gonna marry Jenny, and how we’re gonna plan our future together.”

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The pandemic hit simply because the ’90 Day Fiancé’ couple began planning their wedding ceremony

Just as Sumit and Jenny started trying to the longer term, COVID-19 hit India, and created one more hurdle for the couple. Not solely did they must navigate their authorized points by the pandemic, additionally they needed to hold themselves protected. 

Sumit bought lanyards marketed to forestall the unfold of the virus. And whereas Jenny was skeptical of its efficacy, she nonetheless wore it, and appreciated that he was searching for her. 

The couple’s residence is in a distant neighborhood exterior of Delhi. So, when Sumit instructed going into the extremely populated metropolis to talk to a lawyer, Jenny insisted they make it rely. 

“This is the only time we have,” she tells Sumit, when he wonders in the event that they’ll have time to legally declare their intention to marry. “I’m not going back down to Delhi again. It’s not safe for us to be even going down there.”

“OK, so do you want to declare our intention to marry today or not?” she continued. “But you’re saying, ‘Oh, let me ask the lawyer first.’ What are you gonna ask the damn lawyer for? ‘Cause my visa’s gonna run out. I can’t keep flying out of the country. Your reaction wasn’t what I expected.”

Sumit acknowledged the restricted time they needed to get married. But he additionally admitted he was scared to go to Delhi due to “corona” and he felt overwhelmed by a lot hitting them directly. 

“But, she can’t avoid her visa is going to expire,” Sumit informed producers. “So, a lot of things are coming at the same point in time. It’s not easy to handle.”

Fans will get to see extra of Sumit and Jenny’s story as this season of 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way continues. New episodes air Sunday nights on TLC.

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