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Loren and Alexei Brovarnik – ’90 Day Fiance’

Loren and Alexei Brovarnik first appeared together on 90 Day Fiance when they proved you could find across the world and make it work. The couple got married despite their challenges, disagreements and secrets. Now the journey continues as newlyweds and Loren stresses over Alexei telling his mother about a personal secret of hers … that she has Tourette’s syndrome. Watch the clip below for details.

So, what could Loren’s secret be? Does she have an insecurity or an illness that she wants to keep private? We’ll have to wait and see on the show. For more information on Loren and Alexei’s journey, their wedding and their life together, click through the couple’s best photos above.


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10 comments

  1. Loren and Alexei…by far my favorite 90 Day Fiance Couple. Both of these young people are beautiful, kind, sensitive and intelligent. They seem to love each other very much. I do see why Alexei isn’t on board with Loren’s best friend…and you always have to put each other first. He’s a “keeper” Loren. I just saw the episode tonite where Loren spoke of her Tourette’s. What an amazing spokesperson to educate the public about this neurological disorder Loren would be! She could inspire people with her grace and drive to embrace life. This couple is a class act.

  2. Loren is such a beautiful young lady and her and Alexi make such a cute couple. I truly see the love they share for each other. Best of luck to them.

  3. I had Tourette’s Syndrome when I was young, and I think Alexei has a point. Staying calm and focused works. Or it did for me. Trying to hide it is stressful. Don’t be ashamed, just embrace it. It makes you who you are ~ more adorable.

  4. It absolutely breaks my heart that people are so cruel. Loren is so brave and I appreciate her talking about tourettes and raising awareness. My son has tourettes and has been teased and picked on because of it so I can honestly say I know what loren felt like when people were being so cruel..Loren you are beautiful and a strong women. For everyone that had something rude to say why don’t yall try walking in her or another person’s shoe that has tourettes its not an easy disorder to live with so keep your nasty rude comments to yourself!!!

  5. Loren, I knew it was tourettes right away, I didn’t respond to the haters sooner because as your father said it’s your story to tell. My son has tourettes he is 20 years old and doing great! The people who have rude comments don’t seem to be the sort of people you would choose as friends, or even be in the same room with, so with that in mind, is that kind of person’s opinion, one you would ever find any use for on anything at all? I’m guessing your answer is no. So remember the source of the comments, and try not to allow people on such a low level, to hurt you. big hug, so proud of you.

  6. Loren is brave for coming out with her illness. I admire you so much. I watched your season and didn’t notice any excessive twitches and I am a nurse. You are a beautiful woman be happy with your marriage and yourself.

  7. You go Loren! People are very cruel, don’t pay attention to their comments. I am glad you and Alexei found happiness. Tourette’s is nothing got be ashamed of. Thank you for sharing your struggle with us.

  8. Stop stressing Loren. He loves you and wants you to not be embarrassed by your illness. Sounds like a supportive husband to me. You’re being way too sensitive. Listen to your Dad and be a champion for your disease.