’90 Day Fiance’ spoilers: Are Anna and Mursel still together? Did the ’90 Day Fiance’ couple get married?

90 Day Fiance couple Anna Campisi and Mursel Mistanoglu have many obstacles ahead of them as shown in the first couple of episodes of Season 7, so how did their relationship turn out — did they eventually get married and are they still together?

[90 Day Fiance Spoilers Warning: Stop reading now please if you don’t want to know if Anna and Mursel got married and whether the 90 Day Fiance couple is still together. This article also reveals where Mursel is currently living, either with or without Anna.]

Anna, a 38-year-old from Nebraska, was just shown welcoming Mursel, a 38-year-old from Turkey, into the United States on Season 7 of 90 Day Fiance, which premiered November 3 on TLC.

90 Day Fiance features Americans who have fallen in love with foreigners bringing their fiances to the United States on K-1 visas.

However, once the couples are in America together, the Americans must marry their overseas partners within the 90-day period allowed by the visa or the foreigners have to return to their home countries.

Anna, a mother of three from Bellevue, NE, never thought she would find love again, and not on social media of all places. But then Mursel sent her a friend request after noticing they had a shared passion for beekeeping.

Despite the language barrier, Anna and Mursel began talking and would often send each other photos of their bees.

Anna finally took their flirtation to the next level by traveling to Turkey to meet Mursel, and four months later, he proposed to her on social media.

In a trailer, it appeared Mursel’s family asked him to return to Turkey at some point during the season’s filming.

“Do they want you to leave soon?” Anna asked Mursel in tears.

“Yes,” he replied.

“Maybe I’m not supposed to be happy,” she said. “I don’t know.”

In a different trailer for 90 Day Fiance’s new edition, Anna’s son told the cameras, “I don’t know how much Mursel is really in love with my mom.”

And Anna later dropped Mursel off at the airport and cried, “Please, Mursel, don’t go!”

Mursel also appeared to be crying after he said goodbye to Anna.

During the premiere of 90 Day Fiance’s seventh season, Anna said the most important thing in her life is her children. Anna’s oldest son, Joey, is 15 years old, and Anna called him “a pain in the ass.”

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Anna said Gino is 14 years old and “sensitive,” and then she has a six-year-old son Leo who is “just so cute.”

As a full-time mom of three, Anna doesn’t get much time to herself. She said the boys’ father is no longer a part of their lives and hadn’t been for a couple of years. Anna called her ex “controlling” and said it took a while for her to get out of that relationship.

Anna said she began using dating apps because she was tired of American men talking about sex and sending risque pictures to her all the time. Anna thought she was going to stay single for a while — until she stumbled across Mursel in a Facebook beekeeping group.

Mursel had messaged her and the flirting started immediately. Anna called him “kind and sweet” and they started talking everyday although there was a language barrier.

Anna said since Mursel is Muslim, he doesn’t drink, but she enjoys a good alcohol beverage — or two or three — when she goes out socially.

Despite the differences in their cultures and religions, Anna quickly fell in love and said Mursel proposed marriage to her after a month or two of communicating. They hadn’t even met in person yet, and Anna admitted it was crazy.

Anna then said her first meeting with Mursel in Turkey went amazingly, and so she returned to America and applied for his K-1 visa, which was later approved.

Anna acknowledged that by flying Mursel to America, she was about to take a huge risk for love and flip her family’s lives upside down, but she was hoping for the best.

Anna worried Mursel and her boys wouldn’t get along, and the boys wondered what would happen if Mursel didn’t like living in the United States. Gino particularly wasn’t looking forward to a man jumping into their lives and trying to take control of everything.

The boys, however, were supportive of their mother and wanted to see her happy. Anna just asked her sons to be on their best behavior and give Mursel a chance.

Two days prior to Mursel’s arrival, Anna met up with her longtime friend Jamie. Jamie said Anna had made some rash decisions in her life that didn’t have the best outcomes, and she feared Mursel coming to the United States would be her biggest mistake yet.

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Anna explained she and Mursel spoke basic Turkish and English to each other, and they’d type things into a language-translation app if they couldn’t understand each other.

Jamie called Anna “naive” and admitted to cameras her pal wasn’t thinking objectively. Jamie made Anna realize she was going to face a lot of obstacles and was rushing into a significant relationship with a man who was going to be a stranger to her kids.

Anna’s eyes opened a little bit to the idea her romance might not end up being a fairy tale.

Anna was later shown picking Mursel up at the airport with the intention of welcoming him into her home and marrying within 90 days. Anna knew her goals were crazy but she loved her fiance.

Anna worried Mursel was not going to like living in the United States and would miss his family. She also questioned whether the language barrier was going to be “too huge” for them to overcome it, but she maintained faith things would work out as they are meant to.

“I believe we’re meant to be. We’re meant to get married,” Anna told the cameras in a confessional. “We have a lot of pressure on us. We need to make sure that this is the right decision, because this is forever.”

Suddenly, Mursel and Anna were reunited and they hugged and kissed in the airport.

When Anna asked Mursel how he was feeling by using the language translation app, he replied in English, “I want to kiss you!”

Anna and Mursel had problems communicating right away, especially because the translation app isn’t always accurate. Regardless, Anna was looking forward to spending her first night in America with Mursel, and she couldn’t have been happier at the time.

After spending the night together in a hotel, Anna called Mursel’s first night in America “great.”

While driving through Nebraska, Mursel told the cameras all he could see was farmland and so he missed Turkey.

Mursel then met Anna’s sons. He tried to hug the boys, but Anna’s eldest son Joey felt a little awkward and backed away. Mursel also had trouble communicating about his trip. Luckily, he understood the words “pizza” and “good” in English.

Mursel, however, didn’t end up liking American pizza, and Gino didn’t think he liked their house either. The boys worried Mursel was going to view everything in the United States as being inferior to what he was used to in Turkey.

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Joey therefore wasn’t looking forward to getting to know him. He Joey did not accept the idea of Mursel becoming his new father in one day, and so he told Mursel not to make any rules for them.

Mursel’s meeting with Anna’s sons “didn’t go well,” according to Anna, and then he had to meet her mother, Charlene, at a restaurant. Anna expected her mother to be blunt and a bit harsh with Mursel.

Charlene was most concerned about the fact Anna is Catholic and Mursel is a conservative Muslim, who doesn’t even drink. Anna was definitely a social drinker, so she was well aware that could present issues for them. However, she ordered a water at lunch.

Charlene also worried Anna would have to do and say everything Mursel wanted since he’d view himself as the head of her household. Charlene asked Mursel not to stone Anna, but Mursel didn’t know what she was talking about.

“How does Mursel’s family feel about your kids?” Charlene asked.

“They don’t know about them… because Mursel does not want to tell his family,” Anna replied.

“That’s messed up,” Gino announced at the table.

Mursel explained he loved Anna so much but his family would hinder their love. Mursel said people in Turkey find it odd and “wrong” for a woman to not be married when she has children.

Mursel also said it’s not acceptable for a man to marry a woman with children already.

Did Mursel and Anna make it? Is the 90 Day Fiance couple still together? Did they get married?
Anna and Mursel are a married couple, Starcasm has reported.

Anna and Mursel reportedly got married in Nebraska on September 8, according to court records.

The couple has refrained from sharing photos or writing messages about each other on social media, but Mursel recently changed his home state to Nebraska on his Facebook.

According to Starcasm, Anna owns Beauty and the Bees Honey, a business which sells honey and a wide array of bees wax products.

Mursel is from Antalya, Turkey and studied at California State University, Northridge, according to the website. But it’s unclear whether Mursel came to America for the program or participated in online courses.

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