The Truth About 90 Day Fiance's Yara's Whirlwind Pregnancy

Shortly after 90 Day Fiancé's Yara Zaya arrived in America to pursue her engagement with Jovi Dufren, she learned some disorienting news — she's pregnant. The 25-year-old took a pregnancy test during episode 8 of season 8, per TV Insider, and she was taken aback when a bold plus sign appeared where she hoped a horizontal line would be. "F**k, I don't want to think about this," she said, confiding in a friend over the phone. "I can't understand I'm pregnant now. What will I do alone, with a kid? That's not my plan for sure."

At the time, she hadn't yet told Dufren, and she had difficulty processing it all, considering she's miscarried before and thought she may not be able to have kids. "I was feeling so much [when taking the pregnancy test]," she recently told Us Weekly. "I was scared because I just talk about myself as a woman who had a miscarriage. To be able to have a baby again, it's just so crazy."

Dufren was in denial over Zaya's positive results

When Yara Zaya finally did tell her fiancé that she was expecting, he fell into a spiral of doubt. He didn't believe her. "I would love to be able to believe her. I trust her, I really do, but at the same time it's hard for me to believe that she gets to America and suddenly she's pregnant," Dufren said during episode 9 of 90 Day, per TV Insider.

According to Us, Zaya sent Dufren her results while he was at work. "I'm just like, 'S**t, I wasn't expecting this. It's out of the blue,'" he said. "So, I thought, 'Is she tricking me again? Is she really pregnant? What's going on?'" He added that he was excited that Zaya could indeed become pregnant again, "But is it the best timing?" he asked himself, per Us. "Maybe not right now."

Zaya, on the other hand, after overcoming the initial shock, is excited by the prospect of being a mom. "I was so happy inside because, first of all, I'm like, 'Oh my goodness, I can have a baby, and I love this person so much,'" she told Us. Hopefully, Dufren warms up to the idea of being a father sooner rather than later.