This is what happened to John and Megan after 90 Day: The Single Life

 John McManus has come a long way since his first appearance on the 90-day Fiancé franchise with his brother, Patrick Mendez, and his Brazilian wife, Thaís Ramone. John initially led a carefree lifestyle as a fun-loving party boy, making it hard for him to establish a serious and committed romantic relationship. At best, the show's fans expected John to be that dr*nk and fun uncle the kids love and the adults try to avoid.

However, John's relationship with Megan, which began on the fourth season of 90 Day: The Single Life, has shown a different side of him. Despite initial skepticism from viewers and even his own family, John proposed to Megan during the season 4 tell-all episode, and she said "YES!". This proposal marked a significant turning point, as John seemed genuinely committed to leaving his party habits behind and embracing a more settled lifestyle.

In 2024, John and Megan are still together, and their relationship is thriving. Clues from social media and fan observations suggest that they are still living together in Megan's house. John often posts affectionate messages and photos of Megan on his Instagram page, referring to her as the love of his life. This public display of affection indicates that their bond remains strong.

Last June, on his birthday, John shared a cute Instagram reel showcasing how his new family celebrated his special day. In the post's caption, he expressed his gratitude and wrote, "I love my family and am thankful for the love they bring into my life." John is fortunate to have left his past behind and found a new family who loves and supports him. From the video, it seems that John has taken on the role of a father figure to Megan's children from her previous marriage, and they already refer to him as "daddy."

 According to their social media activities, the couple are still happily engaged. However, they have not shared any wedding pictures, indicating they may wait a couple more years before tying the knot.