Still no progress. 90 Day Fiancé star Elizabeth Potthast and her husband Andrei Castravet seem to still be dealing with the stress of family issues even after welcoming their first child together, 5-month-old daughter Eleanor, in January. The 28-year-old took to her Instagram Story on Saturday, June 1, to have a little Q&A session with her fans and she shared an update on how Andrei, 32, is getting along now with her family.
One fan asked, “If you could change one thing about Andrei, what would it be?” Elizabeth, a.k.a. “Libby,” responded, “One thing that I could change about Andrei would probably be him getting along with my family. Who doesn’t want that?” She also added a sticker on her post that read, “Love Family.”
Another fan asked, “Andrei will never get along with your family if he doesn’t suck up his pride. Thoughts?” Elizabeth responded honestly, “I agree, I think that sometimes in life you just have to swallow your pride and to just get over it, get over the situation for the sake of your family or for the sake of new relationships in your life.”
It seems like things haven’t changed much since the couple filmed their scenes for season 4 of TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? During this week’s episode, Libby confronted her husband, who was unemployed at the time, about asking her dad for a job at his real estate business. Earlier this season, Andrei decided that he did not want to pursue a career in trucking anymore even though he had already spent money on the training programs, and he wanted to find work as a handyman instead. Libby was not pleased with his decision because she was getting closer to her due date and would need to take maternity leave after giving birth to Eleanor, so she asked her dad to offer Andrei a job. Her dad agreed — but only if Andrei came to him, face to face, and asked for one.
In the tense scene from the episode that aired on Sunday, June 2, Libby urged Andrei to ask her father for a job, and he refused. “No. I’m not going to ask him. Because If I’ll go, you know, like, work for him and he’ll not be, like, fulfilled with my work and like, you know, he’s going to say something,” Andrei said, explaining that he would rather solve his employment issues himself without asking her dad for help.
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