’90 Day Fiancé’: Julia Might Ask Brandon to Leave His Family Farm Behind

Brandon Gibbs hopes his Russian girlfriend, Julia Trubkina, grows up to enjoy a rural lifestyle on his family’s farm. But the Fian 90 days a star may need to reconsider his plans. Julia is far more comfortable in an urban setting, and maybe she just wants Brandon to leave his parents and their farm behind.

Brandon and Julia on Fian 90 Days
Brandon and Julia on ’90 Fiancé Day ‘ TLC / Youtube

Brandon lives with his parents on a farm in Virginia

Brandon is a pest control technician who lives with his parents, Betty and Ron, on their farm in Dinwiddie, Virginia. The family cares for a variety of farm animals, including horses, sheep, goats, pigs and chickens. They also breed dogs and keep reptilian pets in the house.

And Brandon is completely satisfied living a rural farm life. He plans to run all the work himself sometime.

“Before I go to work, I help my parents with the farm,” Brandon said Fian 90 days representatives. “My parents run a dog breeding kennel. It’s a lot of work, but the plan was always in one day to take over the family business. ”

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The ’90 Day Fiancé’ couple live there in separate rooms

As he explained onwards Fian 90 days, Brandon is trying to save after spending so much of his income traveling to see Julia and her K-1 visa application. So he plans to stay with his parents without rent until he has saved enough to move out. He said he has tried to explain his financial situation to Julia before but is not sure if she got it.

“When I first met Julia, I explained to her, I’m not rich or anything, and I still couldn’t move out of my parents’ house, ”Brandon said. “I don’t know if she understood 100 per cent when I explained the financial reasons to her, but it seemed okay – So when Julia arrives, we’ll be staying with my parents on the farm, and we will have 90 days for marriage. ”

But Brandon’s parents have a few strict rules. They won’t let Julia and Brandon sleep in the same room until they get married. And they expect Julia to help with the farm work.

On ’90 Fian Day, ‘Julia admits she could ask Brandon to leave

When Juia reached Betty and Ron ‘s farm Fian 90 days, at first she shed tears of joy. She was thrilled to finally live with Brandon and was excited about their new life together.

But as Julia went on a farm trip, it became clear that she was not interested in rural life. She noted that, in Russia, she lived in the middle of a busy city where everything was accessible. As a dancer, designer and trainer, Julia suggested that she is used to working in “nice” places. And after Betty re-listed her farm jobs, the reality star admitted that she might not be able to stay there for more than a month.

“I look at it, I love it,” she told delegates when talking about Brandon. “But I look close, [and] I don’t know what I prefer. I love Brandon more, [or do] I love a nicer life? have to [a] option. I’ll give it, one month. After one month, if I am [don’t] i love this place, i say [to] to him, “We must [to] go, ”and we are alive [in the] city. ”

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