On their spinoff, The Family Chantel, Pedro Jimeno and Chantel Everett are continuing their relationship even though it appears to be as tense as ever on 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? The couple has been promoting their new show while still being together in real life.
Chantel and Pedro remained quick for a few awkward seconds when asked how they were doing. Finally, Chantel raised her voice and said, “We’re still not getting along, but we’re trying.” “We are still working through our differences. We face challenges, but the show will depict how we overcome them “Chantel spoke to Zuri Hall of E! News on Wednesday.
Before she made an appearance on the show, Chantel was actually a fan. I really wanted to be a part of the show because I wanted to show everyone how perfect I thought my relationship was, she said.
“I used to watch 90 Day Fiancé while Pedro and I were dating and were in our engagement,” she said. “Being a part of the show has taught me that we all have flaws and that there is no such thing as a perfect relationship. We have a lot of areas where we disagree, and that will undoubtedly come out in the end.”
Are Pedro and Chantel Still Married After Season Four of “the Family Chantel”?
Chantel and Pedro had a difficult time after they revealed their relationship to their families, and it appears that Season 4 will be even more difficult. The Family Chantel’s new season trailer shows Chantel disliking how much time Pedro spends with his new coworkers, all of whom appear to be female.
At one point in the trailer, Chantel even claims that Pedro doesn’t love her. But that might be a stretch and a bit excessive. But this is the first time Pedro has really stepped outside of his friendship with Chantel and made friends on his own.
It appears that Chantel and Pedro have made the decision to divorce permanently.
An Order for Mutual Restraining Behavior Has Been Filed in Connection with Chantel and Pedro’s Divorce.
According to Us Weekly, Pedro divorced his wife of nearly five years on May 27, 2022. (The split took place on April 27, as stated.) On the same day that the divorce was filed, a mutual restraining order was as well.
Chantel then reportedly filed for divorce on July 7, according to ET Online. She claimed that Pedro had been “cruel” to her and had hurt her “physically and mentally.” “The marriage is broken beyond repair, and there is no chance of getting back together,” she stated in the document.
“The Family Chantel” Viewers Have Criticized the Program for Having “fake Drama.”
The Family Chantel is currently in its fourth season and has been a huge success for TLC, but viewers have criticized the program on social media, claiming that the producers made up the drama to attract more viewers.
One Twitter user claimed that the 90-Day Fiancé franchise was ruined by giving Chantel and Pedro their own show.
“I feel like the drama on #thefamilychantel is 100% fake in a cheap attempt to keep viewers interested, but I’ll tell you, it’s not keeping mine,” another viewer (or former viewer) tweeted. “I know so much is obviously scripted these days.”
There is no question that Chantel and Pedro’s marital issues are genuine, even though they haven’t said whether or not Season 4 is fake or more scripted than earlier seasons.
Each Monday at 8 p.m. on TLC, watch The Family Chantel.