’90 Day Fiance’ couple Nicole Nafziger and Azan Tefou reportedly not any closer to marriage, source says a wedding would “shock” Nicole’s family

90 Day Fiance couple Nicole Nafziger and Azan Tefou are reportedly not any closer to making wedding plans or getting married.

Nicole, 26, revealed last month she’s stuck in Morocco while visiting Azan and “everything is closed” after the country temporarily shut down international flights due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Some 90 Day Fiance viewers have been speculating the couple may marry during their extended time together, but a source close to the couple says it’s highly unlikely they’ll tie the knot, according to In Touch Weekly.

“Her family isn’t aware of there being any kind of wedding planning at the moment,” the source told In Touch.

“If it’s happening, it would be a shock to them. Nicole would want her close family there and [her daughter] May for sure, so her family thinks she wouldn’t go and get married behind their backs.”

As Nicole and Azan, 29, previously learned, weddings are also very expensive, and Nicole reportedly quit her job in order to visit her fiance abroad.

The source said Nicole simply doesn’t have the funds to fly her family out to Morocco, and she probably won’t have the cash any time soon.

“No one sees it happening in the near future,” the source told the magazine.

Nicole’s mother Robbalee Nafziger is reportedly still worried Azan is using her daughter, but it’s clear Nicole makes her own decisions and won’t let friends or family impact her relationship.

“I am always concerned that someone will try and take advantage of one of my children,” Robbalee reportedly wrote to fans on Instagram, “but I have also said that he seems like a really nice person.”

When an Instagram user called Robbalee out for not confronting her daughter about her alleged mistakes, Robbalee replied, “You have no idea what I have said and not said to her, so please remember you are not in my shoes.”

Robbalee said she has tried to “guide” her daughter on a “better” path but she can’t control Nicole, according to In Touch.

Nicole disclosed she and Azan had reunited in a selfie she posted March 11 on Instagram.

“So happy to finally be with my love again,” Nicole captioned the picture.

Later that month, Nicole gushed on Instagram, “I never want to leave your side my love,” next to another picture of the pair.

Many of Nicole’s followers, however, have been questioning whether Nicole ever really went to Morocco at all. Fans have pointed out it’s odd Nicole hasn’t publicly expressed any concern for her six year old daughter considering coronavirus is rapidly spreading.

One person also claims to have spotted Nicole shopping in a Publix grocery store in Florida recently, while others have accused her of posting old photos with Azan.

Nicole first revealed in February she had an exciting “trip coming up,” and then she teased her vacation again on March 4 — without telling her social-media followers where she was traveling.

“My last week of work until my trip! I’m so excited for this vacation,” Nicole teased alongside a photo of herself working as a barista at Starbucks on March 3. “Where do you think I’m going?”

Nicole’s secret resulted in fans speculating she was planning to visit Azan in Morocco.

Fans of the show, however, were skeptical and gave Nicole a hard time that Azan would probably cancel on her and flake.

“Azan has only ever canceled one trip and that was for a family emergency,” Nicole clapped back. “I canceled my last trip there.”

According to In Touch, Nicole recently confirmed Azan is still her fiance and she loves him with “all” of her heart after four years of dating. She reportedly said they’re just trying to “navigate this challenging thing called life together.”

But in November 2019, RadarOnline reported it had been two years since the couple last saw each other.

“They still talk occasionally, but there have been a lot of fights between them on the phone,” a source said. “The family is surprised they’re still together.”

The source also insisted at the time Nicole and Azan had “no plans for a wedding.”

“He can’t get a visa,” the source explained to the website. “She’s talked about going back to Morocco, but she doesn’t have money. She has to save.”

Nicole and Azan met on a mobile dating app years ago when she was 21 years old and living in Bradenton, FL. Azan was 23 years old and from Agadir, Morocco, at the time.

Nicole and Azan got their start on reality TV by starring on Season 4 of the original 90 Day Fiance series, followed by Season 5 of the series.

That later led into an appearance on Season 3 of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? and then Season 4.

Nicole and Azan’s initial wedding plans in Morocco in 2018 fell through due to alleged time and financial constraints.

At the time, Azan seemed to convince Nicole to invest $6,000 of her wedding money into opening a beauty store instead, while he planned to contribute $500 to the overall cost.

It’s unclear whether that store was a real possibility or will ever actually open considering both Nicole and Azan have made different claims in recent months.

Nicole then planned to meet Azan for a fun vacation in Grenada, but that’s the trip Azan chose to cancel due to an alleged “family emergency.”

Nicole therefore booked a trip back to Morocco in 2019, when she thought a wedding would be “highly likely.” But the trip got canceled just two weeks later.

Nicole never disclosed the reasons behind canceling that trip to Morocco, but the frustration and disappointment all over her face on Season 4 of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? pointed to Azan being the decision-maker.

During the Tell-All special for the spin off’s fourth season, Nicole announced her trip to Morocco didn’t happen “because sometimes, things are just personal.”

In August 2019, a source told In Touch that Nicole was getting her life “back on track” with a her new job as a barista and an apartment of her own. Nicole had also enrolled May in kindergarten.