Monday 23 October 2017

Nadia Forde reveals she's still waiting for her 'imperfect gentleman'

As new research from match.com reveals, a quarter (24 per cent) of Brits hide their true personalities on a first date in a bid to appear more 'perfect', Irish model and singer Nadia Forde has teamed up with the dating experts to encourage people to embrace their own imperfections, while also revealing all about her search for an 'Imperfect Gentleman.'
As new research from match.com reveals, a quarter (24 per cent) of Brits hide their true personalities on a first date in a bid to appear more 'perfect', Irish model and singer Nadia Forde has teamed up with the dating experts to encourage people to embrace their own imperfections, while also revealing all about her search for an 'Imperfect Gentleman.'
As new research from match.com reveals, a quarter (24 per cent) of Brits hide their true personalities on a first date in a bid to appear more 'perfect', Irish model and singer Nadia Forde has teamed up with the dating experts to encourage people to embrace their own imperfections, while also revealing all about her search for an 'Imperfect Gentleman.'
As new research from match.com reveals, a quarter (24 per cent) of Brits hide their true personalities on a first date in a bid to appear more 'perfect', Irish model and singer Nadia Forde has teamed up with the dating experts to encourage people to embrace their own imperfections, while also revealing all about her search for an 'Imperfect Gentleman.'
As new research from match.com reveals, a quarter (24 per cent) of Brits hide their true personalities on a first date in a bid to appear more 'perfect', Irish model and singer Nadia Forde has teamed up with the dating experts to encourage people to embrace their own imperfections, while also revealing all about her search for an 'Imperfect Gentleman.'
Caitlin McBride

Caitlin McBride

Reality tv star Nadia Forde is on the hunt for 'imperfect gentleman'.

The top model, who shot to prominence on I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here, has enjoyed some high profile romances, but she's on the hunt for the right man for her.

As new research from match.com reveals, a quarter (24 per cent) of Brits hide their true personalities on a first date in a bid to appear more 'perfect', Irish model and singer Nadia Forde has teamed up with the dating experts to encourage people to embrace their own imperfections, while also revealing all about her search for an 'Imperfect Gentleman.'
As new research from match.com reveals, a quarter (24 per cent) of Brits hide their true personalities on a first date in a bid to appear more 'perfect', Irish model and singer Nadia Forde has teamed up with the dating experts to encourage people to embrace their own imperfections, while also revealing all about her search for an 'Imperfect Gentleman.'

And she's teamed up with Match.com for their #LoveYourImperfections campaign, where she opens up about falling in love.

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#loveyourimperfections match.com One of my quirks is that Im a chatterbox!!! What are yours??

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"I'm definitely on the lookout for my Imperfect Gentleman - we all try to put on a ‘perfect’ front for a new partner but actually, it’s when the walls have come down and I’ve been my true self that I’ve fallen in love," she said.

“Everybody has their own imperfections and we should embrace these. These are the things - whether it's a loud laugh or someone with two left feet - that are endearing, and you come to love. That's why I love match.com's Love Your Imperfections. Nobody's perfect - but there is somebody out there who is perfect for you."

As new research from match.com reveals, a quarter (24 per cent) of Brits hide their true personalities on a first date in a bid to appear more 'perfect', Irish model and singer Nadia Forde has teamed up with the dating experts to encourage people to embrace their own imperfections, while also revealing all about her search for an 'Imperfect Gentleman.'
As new research from match.com reveals, a quarter (24 per cent) of Brits hide their true personalities on a first date in a bid to appear more 'perfect', Irish model and singer Nadia Forde has teamed up with the dating experts to encourage people to embrace their own imperfections, while also revealing all about her search for an 'Imperfect Gentleman.'

Nadia Forde">Nadia was in a relationship with rugby player Luke Fitzgerald for over two years and was linked to Rory McIlroy after his split from Caroline Wozniacki last year.

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The new campaign revealed that 85% of people would prefer if their dates were more open and honest from the beginning, rather than putting on a 'perfect' front. When it comes to wooing Nadia though, contact is key.

 

As new research from match.com reveals, a quarter (24 per cent) of Brits hide their true personalities on a first date in a bid to appear more 'perfect', Irish model and singer Nadia Forde has teamed up with the dating experts to encourage people to embrace their own imperfections, while also revealing all about her search for an 'Imperfect Gentleman.'
As new research from match.com reveals, a quarter (24 per cent) of Brits hide their true personalities on a first date in a bid to appear more 'perfect', Irish model and singer Nadia Forde has teamed up with the dating experts to encourage people to embrace their own imperfections, while also revealing all about her search for an 'Imperfect Gentleman.'

 

 

“Stay in contact – there’s nothing worse than a guy who doesn’t stay in touch when arranging the date. A guy should always call or text to confirm the date is still going ahead the day before," she said of how the date should begin.

As for the end?  “Don’t kiss the girl on the first date – a lady never kisses on the first date, so don’t be cheeky and make sure you save it till the second date.”

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