Mark Anthony says that out of the many women he has asked to marry him, only Marina has said yes. The former couple, who live on different continents and haven’t seen each other in person since before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, married in what Mark Anthony calls a “spiritual wedding” via video chat in May 2020. He says they were “spiritually divorced” six days later following an argument.

Mark Anthony admits that after they broke up, he asked Marina to put him in touch with a friend of hers. Mark Anthony denies he did anything wrong, but Marina says that Mark Anthony asking her for her friend’s email “killed” her feelings for him, and after that, she blocked him from contacting her.

Mark Anthony says he wants to reconcile with Marina and believes that God wants her to become his wife. He insists that he will propose to her again on his birthday if they’re together.

“I believe it’s not an accident that you are not married yet,” says Dr. Phil’s wife, Robin McGraw, in the video above. “And, I believe that the one woman that said yes is now saying no.”

When Robin says, “It is time for you to move on,” how does Mark Anthony respond?

Tune in to Wednesday’s episode, “Will He Remarry His Russian Bride?” to find out.

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