No internet sleuthing needed here! In an Instagram update on Nov. 4, 90 Day Fiancé star Larissa Christina confirmed she is still with Colt Johnson, which many viewers may be wondering about as the latest season of the reality series shows the start of their lives together in the United States.
First, a little backstory. Larissa is from Brazil, and Colt is from Las Vegas in the United States. Larissa and Colt met online, and when they hit it off, the couple met for the first time in person during a vacation to Mexico. Colt proposed to Larissa after spending just five days with one another, and after just 11 days of them officially being together, Larissa’s K-1 visa was approved and she was all set to move to the U.S. to marry Colt.
Of course, no marriage is without its challenges, and having just 90 days to get married when you barely know one another is bound to put a strain on any engaged couple. In addition, they’ve had some disagreements about money, which is another not uncommon but still difficult issue for couples to contend with. Plus, Colt is described as “a mama’s boy,” and lived with his mother when Larissa came to live with him. Even early on in the sixth season of 90 Day Fiancé, it appears these issues could lead to trouble for the hastily engaged duo.
But Larissa made it clear on Instagram that the couple is still together, despite any rumors to the contrary. “People are asking about me and Colt, sending message to him (I read everything)we are together and strong,” she wrote on her Instagram account. “We just choose don’t expose it.” Basically, they’re together, they’re doing fine, they’re just choosing to not flaunt their current status. And everyone else can just deal with that.
As Season 6 of 90 Day Fiancé continues, it will definitely be interesting to see how the relationship between the Las Vegas mama’s boy and his Brazilian bride progresses. At the very least, viewers are in for an interesting ride.
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