Annie is about to Announce her Pregnancy & David Toborowsky Plans to Become a Monk
David shocks fans in a new report when he expresses his desire to become a monk during their vacation in Thailand. And Annie is about to announce his pragnancy to fans.
David Toborowsky of 90 Day Fiancé is immersing himself in Thai culture.
While visiting his wife's family in Thailand, Annie Suwan Toborowsky, he becomes a monk, a ritual of initiation for every Thai male.
The full story will be documented in the next season of David & Annie: After the 90-Day Challenge — albeit David, 54, told PEOPLE that we'll have to wait and see if he genuinely completes the rigorous religious instruction.
"I've always felt that I've had a connection to Asia, he said. And if you remember from.... Read more
"I believe most people don't appreciate what Buddhist monks — what they actually sacrifice," David said, adding on his experience. In an exclusive movie provided by PEOPLE, David explains his goal to his American family, as well as what the journey to monkhood entails. It is vital to clarify that David does not want to remain a monk indefinitely.
By going through the procedure, he will pay honor to Thai culture, albeit he does not want to dedicate himself permanently to the holy vocation.
Everyone's attention is drawn to David's recent hair transplant, since he'll have to shave his head and brows as part of the rigorous training. "God willing," he continues, "it will grow out."
David's daughter speaks candidly to the cameras about the choice. "My dad can be a little vain, so the fact that he's ready to shave his head and eyebrows is a little shocking."Read More
To David, she added,
"He just woke up one day and decided to be a monk?" Annie, 30, answered: "Exactly! That's what I thought!"
In a confessional, Annie explains to David the full scope of becoming a monk.
- "No sex. No drink. Eat only two times a day. You are not allowed to wear shoes. No perfume. No underwear. Sleep at the temple. And, you know, be a monk [sic] you can't jack off," she told him.
To PEOPLE, Annie detailed her honest thoughts on David's decision to enter the religious practice. "Let me put it this way, it's very, very interesting," she said, noting that she had to explain David's sudden decision to nearly everyone around them.
"But as a wife, whatever you want to do, whatever you want to be, I'm going to support you as much as I can," she added.
David asks his daughter and granddaughter to travel with him to Thailand later in the scene so they may see Annie's house and get to know her family. The forthcoming season might see a formal reunion of David and Annie's families as they seek to bring two of Annie's teen family members to America.
David and Annie on the Possibility of Having a Baby
90 Day Fiancé fan favorites David and Annie shocked viewers when a recent teaser for season 2 of their spinoff, David & Annie: After the 90 Days, showed that Annie may be pregnant. ET sat down with the couple to talk about what's ahead this season, and if they do in fact want children together.
Annie and David have been an unconventional couple from the start but have stayed together despite the odds. David is 24 years older than Annie -- who recently turned 30 -- and the two met when he visited Thailand six years ago. David is already a father to his two daughters and his son from his previous marriage. The two told ET's Melicia Johnson that they have definitely considered having children together.
"It is something that we have talked about and whatever will be will be, and just stay tuned and, you know, I've always left it to her discretion that if it's something that she wants then I am 100 percent on board," David tells ET.
Annie acknowledged that because of their age difference, they do need to get more serious about the conversation.
"To me I think that before ... you know, we talk on and off about that and I just feel like, 'Oh I'm young, I still have more time,' and now that I'm 30, I have to make my last decision," she says. "Like, do I want it or not because it's not just me getting older, my husband, he's already a grandpa, so if I wait more than a couple years he will be a great-great-grandfather, so I don't want great-great-grandfather to have a newborn. I mean, it's gonna be ... not normal."
"I just worry about David," she adds. "I just feel like sometimes he just wants me to be happy, tells me what I want to hear. He does not tell me what exactly he wants."
David, who had a vasectomy but said he would reverse it for Annie, said adoption is also an option for them. He did note that he knew Annie would be a fantastic parent.
"Annie has so much love and patience and I think Annie will be a great mother," he says before joking, "Except for house plants that we're not good with."
This season of David & Annie: After the 90 Days does feature David's eldest daughter, Ashley, coming to Thailand to visit. David and Ashley have had a strained relationship in the past, and Ashley was skeptical of Annie's intentions in the beginning of the relationship.
Bringing my daughter and granddaughter, Ashley and Aubrey, to Thailand is to show them and give a better understanding of what life is like over there and where Annie came from and why this is so important to bring them," David says.
As for where his and his daughter's relationship stands now, he shares that it's getting better.
"I think our relationship gets stronger every day," he says. "No relationship is perfect with any family but, you know, we're growing and it's evolving and every one of us is getting older. We lost my dad two years ago, December 2020, and I think that put a lot of things in perspective of how short life is. ... We're moving forward, not backward."
And although Ashley had harsh words for Annie in the past, Annie is all for Ashley's visit to Thailand.
It is so awesome to see Ashley be able to travel with us to Thailand and to show my culture, my life how I grew up, how my family over there is, you know, to introduce her to new food, to the new stuff over there she's not even heard of or knew about before and hopefully we can do more together in the future," she says. "You know, I'm her stepmom, I just look at her as, like, a friend."
Season 2 of David and Annie's spinoff still focuses on Annie trying to bring her teenage brother, Jordan, and her cousin, Amber, to the U.S. so they can have more educational opportunities. Jordan has been resistant to the idea though and a teaser showed Jordan accusing Annie of "forcing" him to come to America. Annie told ET she needed to have more patience with Jordan, and David noted that Jordan being a teenager, he often doesn't know what he wants.
"Whether it's her brother or anybody else, when they haven't left their environment, they don't know what opportunities are out there in the world that present themselves, and bringing Amber and Jordan to America is very important because it is the way to break the cycle of poverty, and they come from an area of Thailand that doesn't have the opportunities that you would have in the bigger cities or in places like America or even Europe," David comments. "And it's important not even just for them, but for other people, to see there's a big world out there. It's not even so much an obligation as it is out of love."
But through it all, David and Annie's marriage is stronger than ever after having been married for five years. The two shared with ET the secret to their successful relationship.
"I feel like our relationship is stronger and stronger each and every day and part of it is, and I've said this before, is every day is like the movie 50 First Dates -- I have to make her fall in love with me all over again each and every day and we have not been apart longer than 12 hours," David shares. "We do everything together."
Annie adds, "I mean ... we accept the parts that are unperfect about each other, we learn from that and we just enjoy life together as much as we can, you know, and just cheer each other up and always got each other's backs. Like, we balance each other. Like, when I got hot-headed, he would be the water that would try to make me cool ... balance in a relationship is not just about how much can you do for each other, it's how much can you help lift up each other."
David said the two don't even argue.
"We really don't, we never say words that we have to say sorry for," he shares.
Annie notes, "We want something very similar. I don't like arguing, he doesn't like to argue, we like to make it work. We're kind of like the same person, just like, different body."
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