’90 Day Fiancé’: After her first day at Brandon’s home, Julia wants to go back to Russia

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When she moved to the United States to be with her fiancé, Brandon Gibbs, Julia Trubkina did not intend to take care of pigs and chickens.

The ’90 Day Fiancé’ actress said after spending her first day at Brandon’s house that she was eager to return to Russia.

The ’90 Day Fiancé’ star must live with the parents of Brandon

Brandon lives with his parents, Ron and Betty, on their farm in Dinwiddie, Virginia, as seen in ’90 Day Fiancé.’

He opted to live in his parents’ house to save money after investing much of his savings on Julia’s K-1 visa application, legal fees and travel expenses.

Brandon attempted to clarify his financial condition before Julia arrived in the United States.

But he said in a confession that he didn’t think she would understand entirely.

“When I first met Julia, I explained to her that I wasn’t rich or anything, and that I hadn’t been able to move out of my parents’ house yet,”When I first met Julia, I explained to her that I was not rich or anything, and that I had not yet been able to move out of my parents’ house. “I don’t know if she understood 100 percent when I explained the financial reasons, but she seemed okay with it – so when Julia arrives, we’ll live with my parents on the farm and we have 90 days to get married.”

Life is not for everyone on the farm…. Not for Julia particularly. #90DayFiance pic.twitter.com/BrShtGidvn- 90DayFiance (@90DayFiance) January 6, 2021 ’90 Day Fiancé’: Julia might ask Brandon to leave his family farm behind

However, living with Ron and Betty wasn’t easy.

They hounded her about birth control as soon as Julia arrived.

They gave separate rooms to the pair.

And although she objected, they demanded that Julia work on the farm with the animals.

She’s not interested in farm life,

Julia was initially excited to see Brandon’s home. She shed tears of joy and knew that Brandon would never have to leave her side again.

But she grew increasingly nervous as the 90 Day Fiancé took a tour of the estate.

Julia stated that she was a dancer and artist in Russia after being forced into a pigsty, and also worked in ‘beautiful’ locations.

And Julia agreed that she would want to leave home soon when she learned that Betty demanded that she do the farm work.

At the end of the day, Julia was so happy that she spent an hour investigating the return flights to Russia. #90DayFiance pic.twitter.com/ZfHyyYczMc- 90DayFiance (@90DayFiance) January 4, 2021 She told the cameras when talking about Brandon, “I look at him, I love him,” But around me, I look at myself, [and]I don’t know what I love more. Do I love Brandon more, [or]do I love the beautiful life more? I need a choice. One month, I offer for me.

A month later, if I [don’t] love this place, I’m going to say to him, “We’ve got to [go],” and we’re going to live in the area.

’90 Day Celebrity Fiancé’ wants to return to Russia

In the latest episode of ’90 Day Fiancé,’ when Brandon was away, Julia spent her first day on the farm doing different chores.

And at the end of the day, he didn’t come to welcome her when he came home.

Brandon felt offended by Julia.

And she thought this version of American life wasn’t for her after working all day on the farm.

“I hate it,” she told him. “And when I think about it, I really want to go home.”

Brandon had been trying to convey to her that it had just been her first day.

Julia, however, doubled down on how much she hated it there.

Brandon said he hoped that country life would gradually evolve on Julia’s side.

But she doesn’t really believe that notion, from the looks of it.

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