I’m willing to do whatever it takes to not lose her,” Bilal confesses in a preview clip of Sunday’s episode of 90 Day Fiancé
90-day fiance Shaida and Bilal learn that marriage is all about compromise. In an exclusive clip from Sunday’s episode, the newlyweds negotiate the terms of the marriage a few days before the wedding, and Shaeeda expresses her desire to have children in writing.
“I just want my own. That’s all I really wanted to say. I feel like I don’t know how to say it,” Shaeeda shares with her fiancée. .. Is that so. ” Shaida, 37, went on to say, “I want something different. I want a child by the age of 40.”
“Well, some people can have children. It takes time to have children,” explains Bilal, 42. “After all, it’s out of our control, but I want you to have the same enthusiasm as having a child,” Shaeeda states. “Yes, I think so,” says Bilal, looking at the floor.
But Shaeeda isn’t excited about his answer. “Maybe that’s right?’I need an answer,” he said. “We are only a few days after the wedding, Bilal.” I think so “is not the answer. Either yes or no. ” “And do you want a child before you turn 40?” Bilal confirmed. “Yeah, it was just like, we are on the same page when it comes to having children,” Shaeeda says.
“And I would like to see it in writing as well if that’s okay.” Bilal takes a moment before he responds, “I can – I can agree to that.” Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE’s free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories In a confessional, Bilal opens up about what it means to him that Shaeeda is agreeing to the prenup idea.
“The fact that Shaeeda is willing to sign this agreement even though she necessarily didn’t want to, I mean, she’s willing to compromise,” he says. “And I’m definitely willing to compromise as well, so whatever she wants to put in there, I’m 100% into putting that in there as well too.”
But Bilal shares why he is hesitant about having children, noting that it’s more about the timing. “I don’t think right now at this very moment would be the best decision to have a child,” he says. “I’m worried that my child is too early, because I think she may be too much for us in coming to the country and many other things,” Bilal admits to the camera. “But I want to do anything so that she doesn’t lose her.”