Will David Dangerfield and Sheila Mangubat get a happy ending after 90 Day Fiancé: Before The 90 Days? Find out if the season 6 couple is married now.
- David and Sheila from 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days have faced challenges, but their honest portrayal of their relationship amidst chaos has been refreshing to fans.
- Sheila’s lack of fluency in American Sign Language caused concern for the couple’s supporters, but they have overcome this obstacle and grown stronger together.
- David and Sheila’s first meeting was less than ideal, as they had to deal with a language barrier and the devastating loss of Sheila’s mother. However, they are still together and considering marriage in the future.
How Did 90 Day Fiancé’s David & Sheila Meet?
David was used to people treating him differently, thinking he was helpless, or even making fun of him. All he wanted in life was to start a family and have a wife. David kept turned down despite putting himself out there consistently. Six years ago, David was in a relationship, but she cheated on him.
David joined a Facebook group for deaf singles, where he met Sheila. “When I first saw Sheila’s picture, it got my heart beating,” he confessed. Sheila was born with perfect hearing but started having hearing problems due to a heartbreaking accident when she was six. David and Sheila began communicating over text. “I will have a new family with Sheila in the future,” David hoped in episode 1.
Sheila Had To Deal With A Devastating Loss After Meeting David
David and Sheila’s first in-person meeting wasn’t a great one. While trying to overcome the language barrier, Sheila was also embarrassed to show David the dire conditions she was living in. David slept in Sheila’s rickety house the night he met her parents. The following day, they woke up to find out Sheila’s mom, Ma Remedios, had died. “My mother fell down near the stairs. It wasn’t nailed properly and it gave out,” Sheila explained. David and Sheila had to spend days apart as Sheila was required to honor her family’s Filipino funeral traditions.