It’s just fun and uplifting with such a lovely morning team.
And he believes this is one of the best jobs his new co-presenter could ever have: 'What Emma won’t realise is it’s the best job you can ever have if you’re a Mum of young kids because it allows you to get out of the house before they’re awake.
If we'd have asked you 10 years ago whether you'd consider starting a relationship with someone you met online, chances are that you'd have been sceptical about the world of online dating, and wary of the person you might meet. According to a recent article by Hello You dating , 1 in 5 of us are making meaningful connections online, with new research even suggesting that couples who meet on the Internet are more likely to have a successful long-term relationship than those who have met in “real life.” Our attitude has certainly shifted; online dating is now deemed as relevant to modern dating as a happy hour, and the industry shows no signs of slowing down.
It is estimated that by 2031 over half of all couples will have met online, with the biggest boom to the industry being in the 55 to 64 age group.
It’s easier than ever to meet new people - we’re connecting at rates and across distances that have never been seen before, making the chance of finding real love much greater - and that’s the brilliance of securing dates online!