There's nothing like hearing a heartwarming love story, but what if you get to see it unfold with your own two eyes?
When Texas actress Rosey Blair was flying back home with her boyfriend, she couldn't help but document the love story that was happening in front of her.
The story has gone viral, and it's going to be the most beautiful thing you read all day!
The Power of Fate
When Rosey and her boyfriend boarded their flight, they weren't assigned to sit together.
The actress asked a woman to swap seats with her so that she could sit next to her boyfriend.
When the woman agreed, Rosey jokingly said, "I hope she meets the love of her life." And that's exactly what happened.
Last night on a flight home, my boyfriend and I asked a woman to switch seats with me so we could sit together. We made a joke that maybe her new seat partner would be the love of her life and well, now I present you with this thread.— Rosey Blair (@roseybeeme) July 3, 2018
Turns out, the guy is actually a former pro soccer player named Euan Holden.
Rosey updated her followers on their every move after she noticed that they seemed to hit it off.
"Both look like sexy fitness buffs and they are chatting and smiling at each other and we haven't even left the runway!" Rosey wrote. "I hope they get to fall in love."
Here are a few more snaps from the fated seat swap:
Oh my goodness, thank you!!! That was the best! Your reactions and your friends' were EVERYTHING!— Sugar Jones ðŸ‘£ (@SugarJones) July 3, 2018
It's never too late to love a good fairy tale. ðŸ’•— Sugar Jones ðŸ‘£ (@SugarJones) July 3, 2018
Some of her followers were even sending real time snaps:
Even Euan had something to say about his flight.
Sat here thinking about how different the day would of been if I missed my flight âœˆï¸ðŸŒŽâ¤ï¸ https://t.co/ZzGMqWJ81H— Euan Holden (@EuanHolden) July 4, 2018
But not everyone was a fan of what Rosey did...
This seems extraordinarily out of line. This is a massive invasion of privacy, and I really hope you delete this whole thread.— John E. Richardson (@johne326) July 3, 2018
She didn't know them, they were strangers to her. If I was in a relationship with one of them, I would definitely recognize them, despite their face being scratched out, esp based on the time stamp of the tweets. It's an invasion of privacy.— John E. Richardson (@johne326) July 3, 2018
This is very odd behavour.— Michael Craddock (@angloitalian67) July 5, 2018
Also, if true and not some elaborate wind up, America is the worst place to do it as they are certain to get sued for invasion of privacy.
Very, very weird thing to do