Woman who swapped seats on flight gives play-by-play of possible love connection

Judy Cobb
July 6, 2018

If there were any skeptics still unconvinced that love was in the air (plane), Blair kept the updates coming - and they did not disappoint.

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Rosey Blair was on an Alaskan Airlines flight from New York City back to Dallas on Tuesday when she asked a woman to switch seats with her so she could be next to her boyfriend on the flight.

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. However, two lucky strangers seem to have done both at the same time.

Blair proceeded to document the duo's interaction via social media, pointing out that the man and woman-who were without wedding rings-appeared to hit it off immediately, touched arms and even went to the bathroom together.

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They even started having a conversation about what they want out of life in regards to marriage and children. Blair noted that "marriage", and "kids" were both topics of discussion, though the man reportedly said "he's been too dedicated to fitness to purse relationships". Our mystery gal also dubbed #PrettyPlaneGirl hasn't been identified yet, but we're hopeful! Though that's not as official as giving each other their phone numbers, it does show a mutual desire to stay in touch.

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. Well, the internet is certainly rooting for one.

The man's identity has since been revealed, a former professional soccer player named Euan Holden. Her Twitter thread detailed every move between the seatmates.

Holden is taking his new-found fame in stride.

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