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She has already exchanged messages with a couple of “cute” guys and is looking forward to test-driving the Get Muddy app at the Country Life Fair.
“It’s exciting seeing who has looked at your profile.” Lucy recommends she post a flattering and clear photograph of herself on to her profile and includes brief details such as her location and age.
“So we decided on an event-based app, as that’s the way people socialise in the country.” In 2006, when the Reeves sisters decided to give online dating a go – secretly, because the notion of finding love with a stranger via the internet had only recently started to lose its stigma – they failed to find a dating site aimed at young, country-minded singles.
“It’s hard to find the right group that leads to meeting new people,” she says.
Lindsay, whose muddy-townie ratio is , says her ideal match is blond, blue-eyed, business-minded and really funny.
“Hopefully he’ll do sport – cricket or shooting – but most importantly he has to love animals,” she says.
” It is happy outcomes such as this – there’s at least one posted on the site every week – that have inspired singles such as Lindsay to sign up.
Lucy and her sister, fearing it was unethical to join their own site but eager for a success story of their own, eventually signed up to a rival, and are consequently both in long-term relationships.