- Loren and Alexei Brovarnik, known for their appearances on 90 Day Fiancé, had initially planned to move to Israel but have since confirmed that they continue to live in Florida with their kids.
- The couple has appeared in commercials and episodes of Pillow Talk, including the premiere episode of 90 Day Fiancé season 10, where they provide commentary on the new season.
- Loren recently provided an update on Alexei and his family after the war in Israel, assuring fans that they are safe and sending prayers and strength to those fighting. Their plans for relocation in the future have not been mentioned.
Loren and Alexei Brovarnik had revealed their plans to move to Israel on their 90 Day Fiancé spin-off. Loren was a group leader for a Birthright Israel trip where Alexei was a medic when they first met. Loren had not grown up religious like her parents, but the Birthright trip changed her outlook toward her religion and its practices. Since their meeting in 2013, Loren flew to Israel five times to be with Alexei until she brought him to the U.S. on a K-1 visa to get married. Their first wedding was in September 2015 in America and July 2016 in Israel.
Loren & Alexei Still Live In Florida With Their Kids
In May 2023, Loren and Alexei appeared in a commercial for Hollywood, Florida, confirming that they never moved to Israel. Loren and Alexei have also continued appearing in episodes of Pillow Talk. Their latest one aired on October 8, 2023. It was for the premiere episode of 90 Day Fiancé season 10. Called the 90 Day Fiancé: Pillow Talk House, it included couples such as Loren and Alexei, Anny and Robert Springs, Elizabeth and Andrei Castravet all under one roof to provide commentary on the new season. Their current location appears to be Hallandale Beach, Florida.
Loren Gives An Important Update About Alexei’s Family In Israel
On Sunday, October 8, Loren posted an Instagram story to provide an update on Alexei and his family after the war in Israel. She thanked the fans who reached out. “Alex’s family is ok!” Loren wrote, “We have very dear friends and relatives who have gotten back to the IDF. We are sending them and all of those fighting our prayers and strength during this time!” Loren added. Meanwhile, Alexei also broke his silence to share a recorded message in response to questions about his and his family’s safety. “So, first and foremost to me and my immediate family, my parents are okay and safe at this point in Israel,” Alexei added.