Perhaps romantic Disney fairy tales come true in any case.

Information from the favored international on-line courting web site Loads of Fish reveals that singles who’ve expressed an curiosity in Disney are three.6 occasions extra more likely to depart the app in a relationship in comparison with singles who extra usually record pursuits in music and flicks.

That was definitely true for Disney fan Abby Schiller. After itemizing Disney as a passion in her POF person profile in 2016, she met her eventual Prince Charming Miguel Morrobel, who contacted her due to their mutual love of Mickey and Co. 

The couple had their first date at Disneyland, and two years later he proposed to Abby in entrance of Cinderella’s fortress. Now married, they reside in Winter Haven, Fla.

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“I’m positively not shy, however I used to be a busy, single mother, so bar hopping and many nights out wasn’t an choice nor was it needed,” Abby defined. “I couldn’t have picked somebody I’m extra suitable with although.” 

POF uncovered the Disney love connection after analyzing greater than 7 million person profiles. 

A part of the Match Group, POF has 150 million registered customers worldwide and claims 2.5 million conversations day by day, which the corporate says are greater than every other courting app. 

Information reveals that girls taken with Disney are 25 p.c extra more likely to obtain messages on POF in comparison with females who record extra widespread pursuits. Eleven p.c of males who’re into Disney noticed an analogous consequence.

Take into account whereas there’s received to be somebody on the market completely ready for the one they love to search out them, there’s no assure that POF’s pixie mud will spark romance in your life. 

In any case, Disney has its share of villains, too.

Acquired a Disney fortunately ever after? Share it with Ed Baig through electronic mail at [email protected] or @edbaig on Twitter.

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