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Which 90 Day Fiance Couples Are The Richest?

One of TLC's most successful reality TV shows90 Day Fiancé has accumulated 100-plus episodes filled with drama, love, and usually, a happily-ever-after. Season after season, people sign up in hopes of finding their soulmate, with several factors working against them — the distance between them, expectations, U.S. citizenship, and of course, the 90-day timestamp that determines if they should move forward together and marry one another.

While many couples from various seasons are still happily married, others haven't been so lucky. But what fans might be interested in is the aftermath and how they make a living once they are thrust back into the "real world." Sure, some couples on the show end up in ruins because of lies, previous relationships, and other reasons, but finances are also a large factor when it comes to getting along. Fortunately for some of them, money isn't an argument that is at the top of the list, allowing them to begin their lives together with a good chunk of change in their pockets.

Michael Jessen and Juliana Custodio de Sousa: $1.5 million

To 90 Day Fiancé fans, Michael is known as the guy who gave his now-wife Juliana extravagant gifts that range from customized necklaces to a house worth over $1 million. As such, it's natural that fans would want to know where he finds that success and how he keeps up with those expenses. According to Michael's LinkedIn page, he's the co-founder and CEO of Licataa Wine, a fine wine Importer & distributor of Pearl of Burgundy, and a principal at MJAG, LLC, a company in Greenwich, Connecticut. It's safe to say Michael is a busy man who likes the finer things in life. 

Juliana is a fashion model with Time Model International and Women Management New York, according to her Instagram profile. These two are definitely a power couple despite the multiple visa denials and the immense pressure of impressing Michael's family.

Elizabeth Potthast and Andrei Castravet: $1 million

In Season 4, Elizabeth and Andrei entered the scene and almost immediately became a fan-favorite couple. Their story was genuine and filled with love, which makes them the perfect contenders for 90 Day Fiancé. When the two met, Andrei was unemployed, but Elizabeth's work ethic made up for it. She's an actor who has appeared in the popular show Homeland and the movie Secrets in the Snow, while also being a successful influencer on Instagram who partners with companies such as CAUSEBOX.

Once Andrei and Elizabeth were settled, they started a real-estate business together called Castravet Properties, LLC, and it seems to be doing quite well. Their impressive net worth is understandable, and hopefully, everything works out for the best with them. In fact, they've already started on their growing family, with a little girl named Eleanor who fills up Elizabeth's social media pages.

Kenneth Niedermeier and Armando Rubio: $500,000

By the time Kenneth and Armando met on 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way in Season 2, Kenneth was already a grandfather. He might not look like a Grandpa Ken because of his youthful looks, but he's very proud to be one. One of the most pivotal factors going into Kenneth and Armando's relationship is that they were the first-ever gay male couple to star on the show. They became a quick fan favorite when viewers realized their love for one another and the sacrifices they made to make things work.

Kenneth was a successful businessman before he moved to Mexico to start his life with Armando, and is now a popular TV personality. According to TheCinemaholic, he sold off his impressive property and never looked back on this decision. Meanwhile, Armando is a successful architect and now a reality TV star as well.