90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days star Angela Deem has brought a horse into her house during the COVID-19 quarantine. No, it’s not a real live horse, but appears to be just as much fun for three of the woman’s granddaughters. She’s currently missing her husband Michael Ilesanmi, who’s under a similar lockdown in Nigeria. But Angela is passing the time by spending it with her loved ones.
90 Day Fiance: Angela Deem Has a Full Household
Angela Deem’s house in Hazlehurst, Georgia just got a little more crowded with a new addition. Her one daughter Skyla Deem lives with her along with her children. Plus, the 90 Day Fiance star has the children of her other daughter Scottie Deem, who’s currently in prison, living with them as well.
In total that’s two adults and six children which is a lot of people to fit inside of one house. Especially during the nationwide lockdown. Hopefully, Angela’s 90 Day Fiance hubby Michael Ilesanmi will eventually join them as well once he gets his visa and the COVID-19 pandemic ends.
There’s a Horse in Angela Deem’s Home
In a video Angela Deem shared with her followers, she introduced the newest member of the Deem family. She showed off several of her granddaughters riding around on a new toy called a “pony cycle”. It may not be a real horse but the 90 Day Fiance cast member’s grandkids don’t seem to mind as it’s probably killing their quarantine boredom and getting their energy out. Angela’s probably happy as long as they are.
Although the 90 Day Fiance personality didn’t think it through because she only has one and four granddaughters. So Angela says she has to get “three more” to make them happy. Obviously, she’s probably not thrilled about how much she’s going to have to spend on more ponies. But Angela just laughed at herself and thanked the company for sending them the toy.
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90 Day Fiance: Does She Miss Michael Ilesanmi?
Angela Deem came back to the US when her mother passed away earlier this year. That meant leaving Michael Ilesanmi in Lagos, Nigeria. And before she could get back to him the coronavirus outbreak started, causing the government to institute a travel ban. Michael’s country has a similar ban, which means the two will be separated for now.
Angela and Michael have to miss each other, but they’re pretty used to the distance. Their romance started out on the internet, so they’ll make do with video chatting. Also, the two have faced rockier roads than this one in the past. What’s a little distance in the long run?
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