Did he just accidentally spoil his own storyline? Fans were introduced to Jon and Rachel earlier this season on 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, and this couple has a particularly complicated love story. Viewers followed along as Rachel traveled from Albuquerque all the way to London to meet her love for the very first time in person to figure out if he’s really the one — and the trip went well because they ended up getting engaged. But now, it seems like Jon may have accidentally let slip a small detail about the couple’s filming schedule, which would confirm a huge spoiler! WARNING: Major 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days Season 2 spoilers ahead!
Jon, 34, took to Instagram to share a selfie with two camera people filming him in the background, and it seemed like he was either in some sort of airport or train station. “160 days later. May 2018 just chilling doing my thing,” he wrote in the caption.
Even though Jon’s post seemed innocent enough, it seems to confirm a major detail about his filming schedule for the TLC series, which would in turn seemingly confirm reports that claim Rachel traveled back to England in May so that the couple could tie the knot.
Two reddit sleuths were able to uncover Jon and Rachel’s marriage certificate that was dated on June 5, 2018, which was accessed from the Bernalillo County online records. But Starcasm uncovered even more info that proves that Jon and Rachel had two weddings: one in America and one in England. According to records of the marriage license obtained by Starcasm, Jon and Rachel got married on May 31, 2018. The couple tied the knot at BoHo Cornwall, which is a wedding venue that specializes in elopements.
It makes total sense that Rachel would have married Jon during a visit to his home country of England because she mentioned during the 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days Season 2 premiere that he was denied a visa to visit her in America because he has a criminal background. If Jon was not legally allowed to enter the United States, the only other option for the couple to get married was for Rachel to visit Jon in England and then get married there, then Rachel could apply for a spousal visa for Jon so that he could enter America as the husband of a US citizen.
But the fact that the couple applied for a marriage certificate in America still raises a lot of questions. According to the Bernalillo county site, both applicants must be present in order to apply for a marriage license — but that would mean the Jon would have received his spousal visa just weeks after their England wedding in order to enter America legally.
According to a 90 Day Fiancé insider, it would likely take about two years after the wedding for Jon to receive a spousal visa. “There is no way he is or was in the USA. Power of attorney maybe,” the insider exclusively revealed to In Touch. It sounds like something fishy may be going on, and fans will just have to wait to see how this all plays out.
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