Twitter is in love with the love story of a couple, who met on a flight in the U.S.as shared by a fellow passenger, Rosey Blair and her boyfriend, Houston Hardaway, on Tuesday. Before she moved seats, Blair said she told the woman that her new seat partner could be the love of her life. Would the simple seat swap turn into a midair "meet cute"? The two then struck up a conversation, which led them to discover their shared interests. The images were originally posted to her Instagram story.
Little did Blair know (or did she?) that she had just inadvertently played cupid, connecting two young, good-looking flyers who both turned out to be personal trainers, both based in Dallas, Texas. "[We were] coordinating everything very sneakily", she added. Both of them appeared to be single, according to Blair, who wrote that there were "no wedding rings in sight".
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Upon landing in Dallas, Blair took a photo of the pair walking closely together at the baggage claim area.
The Internet wasted no time in nicknaming the guy "plane bae", and he was later identified as a former Major-league soccer player, Euan Holden.
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