90 Day fiancé’s Natalie Mordovtseva has had surgery done on her nose! We witnessed her bring up the surgery with Mike Youngquist, which completely caught him off guard, since he had no idea about it. The storyline on 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? shifted from Mike’s mother potential calling Natalie a hooker to Natalie’s breathing issues.
We don’t know exactly what kind of nose surgery Natalie had done. Mike mentioned that she had polyps removed, but others are speculating that it may be something more cosmetic – or perhaps both! According to Natalie this is a very expensive surgery and as we all saw – she felt that Mike wouldn’t support her.
What’s interesting is that on the day of the surgery, Mike tells producers he doesn’t even know where Natalie is. To ensure that Natalie is well rested before her surgery, Mike booked a hotel room for them, but they ended up getting into a fight. Mike also said that Natalie took his car with her and ghosted.
When Mike arrives to the hospital he spots his car in the parking lot, but doesn’t see Natalie, that’s when he figures out that she is already in surgery. Of course, this felt like a slap in the face for Mike because he wanted to be there for his wife before going into surgery.
An angry Mike drives the truck away to teach Natalie a lesson, but returns when he has a change of heart and waits in the parking lot until she is discharged. After her surgery, Natalie joins Mike and they drive back to Sequim, she says she can finally “feel smell.”
Natalie is not in a good mood when they reach Sequim – her nose bleeds and she demands Mike to make her a boiled potato dish with cheese, butter, and pickles. Mike claims Natalie only wants him near when she needs his help. Natalie tells the cameras that her marriage is very hard because her and Michael have love but don’t have any understanding. And she feels sad that she could not trust her own husband even the night before the surgery.” I wonder what Natalie means by that?
This can’t be right. When you get a nose job, someone else is required to pick you up and look after you for 24 hours, the first because of coming out of the anesthesia then the possibility of complications. Can’t just be a ride but a caretaker – partner, relative or friend. They ask like ten times before surgery.