Woman documents budding romance during flight

Woman documents budding romance during flight

A man named Euan Holden said he was involved, and he thanked everyone on Twitter for their support. "If there's a message going out, it's that there's still hope".

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.

Rosey Blair, 30, and her partner were travelling back to their home city of Dallas, Texas from an improv comedy gig in NY when they may have unwittingly helped the romance to blossom.

"We couldn't have picked a better romantic duo". When the woman and her new male seat partner-described by Blair as "hunky"-started to hit it off, Blair breathlessly chronicled the whole thing in an Instagram story more than 40 slides long, which she then posted to Twitter".

The hilarious thread of posts that followed have been liked over 880,000 times as of Friday afternoon and the story made national headlines.

Now, the guy in question actually knew they were being watched!

Upon landing in Dallas, Blair took a photo of the pair walking closely together at the baggage claim area.

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

She also noted that both were very attractive, another sign that they were clearly meant to spend their lives together.

In a lovely incident, two strangers fell in love at the first sight after a woman requested her to swap seats in the plane so that she could sit with her boyfriend during the journey.

"Guess what! They both appear to be based right here in Texas!"

Holden joked on Twitter that the viral notoriety had earned him the nickname "Plane Bae".

"As soon as we saw them connect I wanted to share it with my followers", she said.

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