90 Day Fiance couple David Toborowsky and Annie Suwan apparently aren’t planning to have children any time soon, and they’re both totally content with that.
While quarantining themselves at home amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, David, who turns 52 next month, and Annie, 27, revealed their relationship is stronger than ever and kids simply aren’t on their radar.
“It would be awesome if we have [children], but right now, that’s not going to be a serious conversation for us anymore,” Annie told Us Weekly while promoting TLC’s new spinoff 90 Day Fiance: Self-Quarantined.
Annie said she and David don’t need to have kids to make their love stronger.
“If I did [have a child], we’d probably name him Jesus because I can’t have children. I would [need] a vasectomy reversal,” David noted, before joking that if Annie is pregnant they’d have a big problem.
“Clearly she’s not going out [with other men because of the coronavirus quarantine], so it can’t be anyone else’s. It would probably be the guy from the pizza delivery or Amazon Prime while I’m asleep.”
David, who already has adult children from a previous relationship, apparently feels like nothing is missing in his life with Annie in Scottsdale, AZ.
“Right now we have about three million children that watch 90 Day Fiance that we feel like are our children,” David shared.
“I’m one of the older ones… We appreciate every fan of the show, even the haters.”
David and Annie were just featured on an recently-released episode of 90 Day Fiance: What Now?’s fourth season, which is available on the TLC GO streaming service.
David and Annie were shown hosting a dinner party for a couple of friends who brought over their three-month-old daughter nicknamed “Little Panda.”
“So what do you guys think, I mean, about maybe one day having a little panda of your own?” David’s friend asked him.
“It’s something Annie and I are still discussing. I don’t know!” David replied. “It’s obviously something to think about.”
“And we have so many things going on right now, like, in a couple of days, I’m going in for the hair transplant. I wasn’t blessed with [thick] hair. After the Army, my hair started receding.”
In October 2019, Annie told Us that she was “good” without babies for a while.
“Our relationship is very good. We have each other. We have everything,” Annie said at the time.
David added he and Annie were traveling a lot but didn’t know what tomorrow would bring.
As for Annie and David’s relationship with David’s children, David explained they’re all “in a very good place.” However, David’s children reportedly wish he and Annie lived with them in Kentucky.
“But they understand,” David insisted to the magazine.
David Toborowsky was a 48-year-old from Louisville, KY, and Annie Suwan was a 24-year-old from Bueng Kan, Thailand when she arrived in America on a K-1 visa.
After originally appearing on Season 5 of 90 Day Fiance, David and Annie also returned for Season 3 of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?.
David and Annie first met at a bar while he was living in Thailand. David struggled financially, especially when it came to impressing and receiving approval from Annie’s parents. However, they got engaged 10 days after meeting.
Despite allegations against David of substance abuse and infidelity, Annie still married him in November 2017.
“For me I feel like our life is 50 First Dates,” David gushed to Us about Annie, referencing the movie starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore. “Every day I want to wake up and make sure she falls in love with me all over again.”
“We still feel like we’re on our honeymoon every day,” Annie added.
After Annie finally received her travel and work permits, David and Annie began traveling the country and staying with family and friends.
The couple have also continued to make appearance on TLC’s 90 Day Fiance: Pillow Talk commentary show.
The fourth season of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days is currently airing on Sunday nights at 8PM ET/PT on TLC.
90 Day Fiance: Self-Quarantined will air as five episodes beginning Monday, April 20 at 9PM ET/PT.