Couple meets in plane, shares love story on Twitter

Ruben Fields
July 6, 2018

Dallas resident, Rosey Blair had Twitter dying with suspense this week as she documented a love connection she had a hand in creating on a plane ride from NY to Dallas.

It all started Monday when Rosey Blair asked a woman sitting behind her to switch seats so she can be next to her boyfriend.

Euan Holden identified himself as the man on the plane, though according to a subsequent tweet from Blair, "our mystery woman is still unsure about the spotlight but feels positively about all of this". As she did so, Rosey joked that maybe the woman's new seat partner "would be the love of her life".

Other users followed the Twitter thread closely and began replying photos to Blair, confirming to her how invested they were in finding out more details.

When Blair landed, she uploaded everything onto a Twitter went viral, going so far as catching the attention of Monica Lewinsky.

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Ms Blair also noted that both were personal trainers and vegetarians, and neither of them wore a wedding ring.

After some detective work, Rosey's boyfriend found their Instagram accounts, which revealed that they were both single and both lived in Dallas.

Holden, a retired professional soccer player and model, told "GMA" there may still be hope for him and the unnamed woman who sat beside him.

Once in the air, Blair documented the interactions, how close their arms were to each other on a flight without air-conditioning, their life goals and made sure to mention the lovebirds escaped to the bathroom at the same time.

He said: "She's a very, very lovely girl". "I think it was pretty easy for me to want to exchange numbers with her and get to know her a little bit better".

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