90 Day Fiancé star Jenny Slatten, 65, says she doesn’t care about the 30-year age difference with beau of four years Sumit Singh, 35: ‘We have each other’
The stars of 90 Day Fiancé Jenny Slatten and Sumit Singh think age is just a number.
The couple have a 30-year age difference and are happy and in love, four years after first getting together during the first season of 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way in 2019.
Jenny, 65, shared a series of photos on Instagram from her life in India with Sumit, 35.
She captioned the post, ‘We have each other and we’re happy together who cares what anyone thinks.’
She also featured an audio clip that said, ‘If something is making you happy, and you’re comfortable with it, and it’s working, it doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks. The truth of the matter is, you can’t please everybody.’
Family: The stars of 90 Day Fiancé Jenny Slatten and Sumit Singh think age is just a number. The couple have a 30-year age difference and are happy and in love, four years after first getting together during the first season of 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way in 2019
The couple has faced backlash over their age gap, most notably from Sumit’s family.
The New Delhi, India native’s family refused to accept Jenny as his girlfriend.
When they found out he had actually married the much older American, they disowned him.
Sumit’s mother even went so far as to refused to be in the same room as Jenny.
And that made her consider moving back to America. When she first appeared on the show, she was living in Palm Springs, California.
‘If we go back to America, I won’t feel so all alone.’ Jenny said on the show. ‘Maybe it’s time for Sumit to make some compromises because I’m sick of being the one that does all the compromising.’
The couple faced three season of complications in their relationship before finally tying the knot on the season three finale in 2021.
The wedding had to be put together quickly, after Slatten learned her visa was not going to be extended.
COVID: In 2021, both Jenny and Sumit tested positive for COVID-19
Home life: Jenny shared pics of her husband at home and at various locations around India
Backlash: Even right up until they tied the knot, the couple faced complications that threatened to derail them
They had a HIndu-style wedding which Singh’s astrologer finally approved of at the last minute.
‘We don’t know what our future holds, Jenny said at the time. ‘The only thing we know is that we’re happy together and we’re living our life the way that we want to.’
Sumit had previously been married in an arranged marriage, which was one of many obstacles that stood in the way of his marriage to Jenny.
He revealed in the past that the relationship left him feeling suicidal, with his father having to shell out $200,000 to finalize the divorce.
‘The fear is still there in my heart, in my mind, somewhere, but I know the person I’m living with is nice. I hope everything will go fine,’ he said with a laugh back in August.
The pair met online in 2011 and have been dating since 2013, but due to visa restrictions, she was only able stay in India for six months at a time before heading back to America, until they tied the knot.
And those aren’t the only complications the couple has faced.
In April 2021, both of them tested positive for COVID-19 during the deadly second surge of the virus in India.
Fierce: ‘If something is making you happy, and you’re comfortable with it, and it’s working, it doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks. The truth of the matter is, you can’t please everybody,’ she said
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