Julia Trubkina and Brandon Gibbs ended season 8 of 90 Day Fiancé as a happily married couple. But what are they up to now following the show?
Season 8 of 90 Day Fiancé aired a happy ending for several couples, and Julia Trubkina and Brandon Gibbs were one of them. but where are they now? The Russian and American couple experienced issues throughout the season, largely due to Brandon’s overprotective parents and apparent immaturity. Parents Betty and Ron made Julia’s life in America a difficult transition. Fortunately, the older couple warmed up to her as the season progressed. Meanwhile, Brandon’s immature streak caused tension for the couple, though they pulled together to marry in the season’s penultimate episode. Now that the cameras have been off for a while, fans are curious to see how Brandon and Julia are doing in real life.
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While Julia has been favored among viewers, Brandon was heavily criticized for his apparent immaturity. Fortunately, the couple’s wedding was well-received by fans as Brandon said his vows in Russian and Julia delivered hers in English. The sweet and simple affair appeared to be genuine, and many fans have taken an interest in the couple’s journey. While Julia and Brandon took the backseat for the show’s finale episode, the couple is far from finished in the franchise. They were announced to be one of the three season 8 pairs who will be appearing in the upcoming season of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? But what is the couple up to apart from reality TV?
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Julia and Brandon have been flourishing post-production. The couple has shared many images to both of their Instagram accounts as soon as their wedding was televised. While fellow season 8 couple Yara Zaya and Jovi Dufren prefer to share solo shots, Brandon and Julia have posted many sweet photos together to their growing follower bases. The couple appears to be very much in love and they are happy to express it to their fans. They even have a son, as the newlyweds call German Shepherd dog Simba their furry offspring. The beloved dog was gifted to Julia by Brandon’s parents. Despite making Julia’s life in America an initial nightmare, Betty and Ron appear to get on better with their daughter-in-law in real life.
Brandon and Julia waited months to confirm their successful marriage, and the loved-up couple was also happy to share their honeymoon with their followers. Brandon and Julia took to sunny Miami to celebrate their nuptials. The couple may have had to rush their wedding due to COVID-19, but they have been enjoying a beautiful time in Florida. Julia has expressed her love of beaches and appears to be adapting well to life in America — when she isn’t doing farm work. The couple lives together in Virginia, though Julia has made it clear that she is only in the United States to be with Brandon. The dancer left behind a great life in Russia near her family, but she appears to be enjoying her new life alongside Brandon.
Season 8 presented many villain figures, but Julia pulled away as a fan-favorite franchise figure. Though viewers criticized Brandon for his apparent immaturity, the couple has been popular among fans. Their continued journey on 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? is sure to satisfy viewers’ curiosity. Many are eager to see if Julia forgoes farm work to pursue other interests. The fitness enthusiast has been sharing a look at her former bodybuilding competitions on Instagram to the delight of fans. Julia might continue to pursue fitness or get back into dancing. Meanwhile, fans are hoping to see Brandon mature from his mama’s boy persona and provide Julia with a life away from his meddling parents. Fortunately for Brandon and Julia, the couple has a place in the extended 90 Day Fiancé franchise.
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