While the two were hopeful about Michael's visa getting approved -- with Angela even getting Botox to look "fresh" for her fiance -- it's clear Angela is a lot more concerned about the visa interview than Michael. The couple's plan is for him to move to Georgia with her and her mother, one of her daughters, as well as Angela's six grandchildren. Angela says she is the main provider for her family and when Michael gets there he will be "Mr. Mom." However, she tells TLC cameras that should Michael's visa not get approved, the relationship will most likely be over.
"If Michael fails this interview, I told him, we’re probably done," she says. "What else is there to do?
"I don't have the strength," she says. "I'm not getting younger. It's either the K1 or K-done."
Meanwhile, in Lagos, Michael meets a couple from the United States and has lunch with the two of them as well as a few friends who are also from America. But the lunch gets uncomfortable when his new friends start questioning his plans and express their skepticism -- especially when he says he still wants to have children with Angela despite the fact that she's 53 years old, and also that they're trying to get an egg from one of her daughters. When he mentions possibly getting IVF, one woman at the table bluntly tells him that IVF is expensive and that he's living in a "fantasy" about what it will be like when he gets to Georgia. When she tells him that sometimes "love isn't enough," Michael is taken aback.
There are definitely more roadblocks ahead for Angela and Michael this season judging by the trailer for season 7 of 90 Day Fiance. At one point, Michael is shown sobbing while Angela FaceTimes him, and asks if he still wants to marry her.