Is there a better way to woo a potential partner than by flirting with them in 140 characters or less? Here are some lovestruck social networkers that found love in an unlikely place.
When he’s not busy sampling an eager Masterchef contestant’s buttery biscuit base, Gregg is trifling with the good women of Twitter. Sadly he separated from his first Twitter bride, Heidi, back in March. But Gregg’s recently been spotted rustling up another tweet based relationship.
Liz Hurley and Shane Warne
After a chance meeting at Goodwood races, this unlikely pairing sent the flirt’o’meter off the charts with their public displays of randiness. Liz can’t have been short of gentlemen callers, but Shane’s tweeting must have been irresistible and the tweeting duo will wed in 2013.
You don’t have to be a celebrity to find a social media soulmate. These non-famous types are loved up thanks to their online shenanigans
Ellen Stafford and Neil Massey got engaged after meeting on Twitter via their mutual love of Philip Schofield.
Alex and Siobhan Rodgers were the first couple to marry after meeting on Chatroulette. They moved their flirting to Facebook before finally meeting up and marrying in person.
Writes Rebecca Lomax
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