What Does Kenneth Niedermeier From 90 Day Fiance Do For A Living?

Kenneth Niedermeier stole our hearts in his inaugural season of "90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way." In his season, we saw him leave behind his life, his family, and everything he knew in Florida to move to Mexico — all to start a life with his beloved husband, Armando Rubio, and his young daughter Hannah. 

Longtime fans of the show immediately fell in love with the modern family, noting that they were truly a couple in love and seemingly uninterested in messy drama that seems to plague the "90 Day Fiancé" cast. (Looking at you, Deavan Clegg.) And as TVOverMind points out, what was most endearing of all was that Kenneth seemed to have a genuinely kind, warm disposition — and wasn't afraid to show some PDA to his man. 

But before he left Florida, Kenneth — who goes by his nickname, Kenny, on the show — had a thriving career. What did he do before he moved to Mexico? Read on to find out.

Kenneth Niedermeier was in property management

According to ScreenRant, Kenny Niedermeier told "90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way" cameras that he was in property management. So, before he left Florida, he sold all his properties and quit his job to start a life in La Mision, Mexico.

At the time, Armando Rubio told Us Weekly that moving in with Kenny was very hard on his parents, who hadn't come to terms with his sexuality. "I haven't talked to my family in three years about me being gay, because I've heard comments about them still not accepting it, still not wanting to see it," he said. "I'm very scared. I don't know what to expect. I just do not want them to keep denying it."

But ultimately, the couple did get married. In fact, they made it official in May 2021! Keep reading to find out more details about their nuptials.

Kenneth Niedermeier and Armando Rubio got married in a lavish Mexican ceremony

People magazine was on hand when Kenneth Niedermeier and Armando Rubio tied the knot! The outlet reports that the happy couple got married in May 2021 at the Mansarda winery in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico.

"It's been a long time coming and we're very happy. We're excited to finally be here," Kenny said to the outlet. He also said that even though the COVID-19 pandemic sidelined their original plans, they were happy to get married when they finally could. "We actually had a lot more time to think about it, and we planned an epic wedding and a lot of things worked out even to our advantage because we had to wait. We haven't killed each other. And after quarantine, that's pretty good."

The couple's children — Kenny's adult children, and Armando's little Hannah — were also involved in the ceremony, and they all lit a unity candle to symbolize their families coming together. How wonderful! Congratulations are in order for the happy couple!