A dating app’s most sought-after bloke has revealed how he finally found love – the old fashioned way.
Male model Stefan Pierre-Tomlin earned the nicknamed Mr Tinder because he was so popular.
Over two years, 20 women a DAY swiped right to match up with him on Tinder. Yet Stefan, 29, still failed to find lasting romance.
But now, after an incredible 14,600 matches, Stefan has fallen in love with former X Factor singer Natasha Boon, 27, who he met on a night out.
Stefan, who appeared on E4’s Celebs Go Dating, had been on 15 dates over the two years, including one during a lads’ holiday to Marbella in Spain.
He had even had two relationships from his Tinder matches but they fizzled out quickly.
But when he met Natasha in April through a pal in common, he knew things were different right away.
He said: “When I first saw Natasha, she reminded me of Marilyn Monroe. She wore a tight red dress, red lipstick and her blonde hair was styled amazingly. She knocked me off my feet and that rarely happens. I had butterflies in my stomach.
“I realised I didn’t need an app to find love, our chemistry was instant.”
The pair swapped numbers that evening and texted all night long.
Their first date was on Hampstead Heath in North London and they have been together ever since.
Stefan said: “People use modern technology to find love but Natasha and I just have that natural chemistry, so it was nice to have met her the old fashioned way.
“After the whole Mr Tinder hype I thought the universe would help me meet Miss Right offline, and there we have it.”
The inseparable couple have moved in together and Stefan likes that they have so much in common.
He said: “I love the way Natasha is so patient and that she’s a great team player. She’s beautiful, she’s kind and, importantly, she understands my industry because she’s a singer and has been on TV.
“I love her voice so much. It makes my hair stand on end, not that I’ve got much.”
Stefan, of South London, who is also a trained pilot, said: “We’d like to start making music together and, if things continue to go well in the future, we’d like to get engaged, buy a house and start a family together.” Natasha, of Camden, North London, admitted it took her a while to get used to Stefan’s nickname.
She said: “At first, Mr Tinder was weird for me, because I didn’t understand why he would need to use a dating app. He’s so handsome. I’ve never used dating apps myself.
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