90 Day Fiance viewers may not have seen the last of Season 6 couple Olga Koshimbetova and Steven Frend.
Olga has confirmed she and Steven would love to appear on a future season of 90 Day Fiance or one of its spinoffs if given the opportunity.
Olga made the admission in a recent exchange on Instagram when a follower asked her if she and Steven were finished with the 90 Day Fiance franchise and why they ever stopped filming in the first place.
Olga replied on Instagram in late September, “I have no idea. They called us a few days ago or weeks hah and asked some questions. Nothing special :).”
Olga continued, “Anyway if it will be yes for another season so that’s awesome, if no that’s awesome too haha. It’s not the end of the world. NEXT.”
Olga and Steven, who got married on August 30, 2019 and are parents to a son named Richie Aleksandr “Alex” Frend, starred on Season 6 of 90 Day Fiance.
Steven met Olga while she was visiting America for the summer in 2017, and after only a month-and-a-half of dating, the couple discovered Olga was pregnant. Steven said learning he was going to be a father was “a holy sh-t moment.”
Olga returned to Russia about a week after learning she was pregnant, but Steven proposed they get married and have her return to America on a K-1 visa.
Steven told Olga he had applied for her K-1 visa shortly after her return to Russia but the visa application had been delayed, leaving her stuck overseas for the birth of their son Richie on April 19, 2018.
However, 90 Day Fiance viewers witnessed Steven eventually admit to Olga that he had been lying and didn’t actually apply for the visa until after traveling to Russia to be with Olga for Alex’s birth.
Once Steven admitted the truth to Olga on Season 6 of 90 Day Fiance, she appeared to take the news surprisingly well and quickly forgive him.
Steven left Maryland and returned to Russia to visit the love of his life in January, and then in April, Steven announced Olga would be arriving in the United States shortly.
“I’m in the U.S. now, Olga will be here in a week or 2. She already has her Visa,” Steven shared in an Instagram Story at the time, referencing how Olga’s K-1 visa application had been approved.
“Now we only need the plane tickets. I had to leave Russia without Olga early or I was going to lose my job.”
Olga hinted she was in the United States on Instagram in June when she complained about not being used to the humidity, and Steven subsequently confirmed she had arrived on June 24 by posting a family photo at the Annapolis City Dock in Maryland.
Olga’s visa gave her 90 days to wed Steven or else she would have to return to Russia.
On July 2, Olga revealed she and Steven had spent time in Maryland before traveling to New York for a “spontaneous” trip. The couple appeared to wrap up their time in New York on July 11.
Olga and Steven apparently enjoyed sightseeing before settling into their new life together and getting married.
“30.08.2019 we are officially husband and wife,” Olga captioned an Instagram selfie in late August showing the couple posing with their son Alex and a marriage certificate.
A courthouse was visible in the photo’s background and the certificate appeared to be a State of Maryland document, indicating the young couple married in a courthouse ceremony in Steven’s home state.