The Internet's excitement began brewing early Tuesday when USA actress and photographer Rosey Blair took to Twitter to share that she had switched seats on an Alaska Airlines flight to Dallas, Texas so that she could sit with her boyfriend.
When that passenger agreed to switch, Blair joked that maybe her new seat partner could become the love her life.
She also notes that neither of them are wearing a wedding ring - a good sign for their potential relationship. We assume she just doesn't want the attention, although we are sure she knows how invested we all are in this little love connection.
"We couldn't have picked a better romantic duo".
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Ms Blair promised that she would follow the couple's story "all the way to baggage claim" and she did, later sharing a photo of the pair walking away from the area together.
The thread on Twitter has since gained more than 300,000 retweets and more than 800,000 likes. "I recognize you. This has to be you, '" he said. Holden, a retired professional soccer player, model, and brother to former Houston Dynamo player Stuart Holden, told "GMA" there may still be hope for him and the unnamed woman who sat beside him.
Once in the air, Blair documented the interactions, how close their arms were to each other on a flight without air-conditioning, their life goals and made sure to mention the lovebirds escaped to the bathroom at the same time.
"She's very attractive, fun, bubbly, natural", he said.
Since the rise in social media notoriety, Holden updated his Twitter bio with the following: "Newly nicknamed 'Plane Bae'".