Do you remember Rosemarie “Rose” Vega from reality TV series 90 Day Fiancé?
And do you remember her co-star Big Ed?
Big Ed from TLC series 90 Day Fiancé.
Well, Rose now has a new boyfriend since parting ways with Ed, who she introduced in a new video from TLC channel.
Rose got to know 54-year-old Greg after he reached out to her through social media. He’s a real estate agent from Melbourne, Australia with one son.
They chatted with each other online before meeting in real life. Rose said she messaged Greg back because she thought “he’s cute”.
According to Rose, they met twice – first in Thailand, where she brought along her son Prince, and a second time in the Philippines where Rose lives.
“Greg is older than me, but for me, age doesn’t matter,” said Rose. “He knows that I’ve been through a lot. My past relationship with Ed was not good, and the great thing about Greg is that he’s a good person. He wants to bond with my family and he respects me.”
Greg is seen visiting Rose and Prince in the Philippines in the video – presumably his third time meeting Rose. He taught Prince how to skateboard in a park while Rose watched them.
Greg later asks Rose if she would like to take the relationship to the next level and move to Australia with him.
“I can’t answer you quickly for that,” Rose said. “I don’t want to be rushed yet because I don’t want to regret it in the end.”
Rose and Ed became viral after they were featured in season four of 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days.
Ed was criticized for his perceived disrespect towards Rose – he asked her to shave her legs and gave her toothpaste, a toothbrush and mouthwash, saying that she had bad breath.
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90 Day Fiancé
|90 Day Fiancé|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||9|
|No. of episodes||79 (list of episodes)|
|Production company||Sharp Entertainment|
|Original release||January 12, 2014 –
|Related shows||List of spin-offs|
90 Day Fiancé is an American reality television series on TLC that follows couples who have applied for or received a K-1 visa, available uniquely to foreign fiancés of U.S. citizens, and therefore have 90 days to marry each other. The series debuted on January 12, 2014, and has run for 9 seasons.
The series has eighteen spin-offs including 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, which documents past 90 Day Fiancé couples after their marriage; 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, which follows couples who met online but have not yet started the K-1 visa process; and 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way, a series where the American partner moves to their partner’s home country instead of vice versa.
The show is based on the K-1 visa process. This visa allows the fiancé from a foreign country to travel to the USA to live with his or her prospective American spouse. The purpose of the K-1 Visa is to provide time for the couple to make arrangements and have a marriage ceremony. Each couple is required to sign documents stating their intent to marry as part of the visa process. If the couple does not marry within 90 days, the beneficiary must leave the country. The couple may face language barriers, culture shock, the stigma of being thought of as a “mail-order bride“, and skepticism from friends and family.
|Louis & Aya||Louis Roy Gattone, Jr., 33
|Louis and Aya met via an online dating service. Aya wanted Louis to move to the Philippines but they decided she would move to the United States because he had two young sons. The two married in a Catholic church.||The couple has two sons, born 2018 and 2020 respectively.|
|& Daya||Brett Otto, 31
|Brett and Daya met on an international online dating service. After Daya moved to the United States, the two lived in an apartment with Brett’s two roommates but eventually found their own place. He has a daughter from a previous marriage. They married on February 14, 2015. Brett’s mother chose not to attend.||The couple have a daughter, born 2017.|
|Nikki||Mark Shoemaker, 58
|Mark and Nikki met via an online dating service and Mark proposed shortly after. He received permission from Nikki’s father and was told to “treat her like a daughter,” though Mark claims this was a translation error. Nikki was from the same island as Mark’s first wife, with whom he has four children, all older than Nikki, and he bought them both the same make and model of car at the beginning of their respective relationships. When Nikki arrived in Maryland, he taught her to drive but would scold her for touching windows, wake her up to do chores, and complain about her organization skills and whenever she had her “monthlies.” Mark’s daughter Elise, who is one year older than Nikki, felt uncomfortable with the relationship, particularly when her father wanted her to give Nikki her hand-me-downs. Prior to the wedding, Mark insisted Nikki sign a prenup and the production company had them play out scripted scenes several times. She hesitantly agreed. Mark later sued TLC for how they portrayed him as a “victim” and accused them of having broken the contract he signed, which included not forcing scripted conversations. The couple both sued the production company and Discovery for defamation as edited footage implied Nikki was a prostitute. The lawsuit was eventually dismissed.||Mark filed for divorce in March 2022.|
|yle & Noon||Kyle Huckabee, 28
New Orleans, Louisiana
|Kyle and Noon met on Facebook while he was researching for a trip to Thailand. After meeting in person, Noon moved to the United States and lived with Kyle and his roommate. Kyle proposed during a parachuting trip. They married in a Buddhist temple; Noon’s family was unable to attend and Kyle’s mom, who had been estranged until Noon encouraged Kyle to reconnect with her, chose not to attend.|
|Bajaree “Noon” Boonma, 25
|id & Annie||David Toborowsky, 48
|David and Annie met in a bar while he was living in Thailand. David had no money and relied on financial support from his best friend, former football player Chris Thieneman, who sponsored Annie’s visa and gave David enough money to pay Annie’s parents a bride price. In the United States, they lived with Chris and his wife in Los Angeles until she, frustrated with her husband’s financial support of David, asked them to return to Louisville. David’s children reacted negatively to the relationship. Despite David’s past infidelity, drinking problems, and unemployment, they married.||As of 2022, they live in Fountain Hills, Arizona.|
|Annie Suwan, 24
Bueng Kan, Thailand
|sh & Aika||Josh Batterson, 43
|Josh and Aika met on a dating app and became engaged when Josh went to the Philippines to meet her. While Aika enjoyed living in the United States, she and Josh faced conflict when he pressured her to pursue modeling and she pushed for him to reverse the vasectomy he had gotten after having two children with his first wife. They married in Las Vegas.|||
|& Leida||Eric Rosenbrook, 40
|Eric and Leida met on an international dating website. She moved to Wisconsin to live with him, leaving his parents to question why she would give up her lifestyle when she claimed to be from a wealthy family. She also said she was a medical school graduate, an actress, a model, and a teacher. They married in 2018. In one episode, she kicked Eric’s teenage daughter out of the house. In 2019, police were called to their home to investigate accusations of domestic abuse. Leida accused Eric of pulling her hair during a fight after she threatened that she was going to kill herself with a knife.||In 2019, Leida was granted a four-year restraining order against Eric’s daughter. As of July 2022, Eric and Leida are still together.|||
|Leida Margaretha Cohen, 29
90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?
90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? is a documentary series on TLC and a spin-off of 90 Day Fiancé. The series was announced in August 2016 and follows six couples from previous seasons of 90 Day Fiancé, documenting their relationships post-marriage. The series debuted on September 11, 2016, following the premiere of season 4 of 90 Day Fiancé. The first season concluded in November 2016 with a two-part “Tell All” special and an announcement that they had been renewed for season 2, which premiered on June 25, 2017. The third season premiered on May 20, 2018; season 4 premiered on April 28, 2019; season 5 premiered on June 14, 2020; and season 6 premiered on April 25, 2021. Season 7 is set to premiere on August 28, 2022.