Woman meets future husband after fateful last-minute flight change

A last-minute flight change can be a pain for any weary traveler —.but for one woman, the inconvenience just so happened to land her in the seat next to her soulmate.Model Emily DiDonato took to TikTok to share the incredible story of how she met her now-husband.Kyle Peterson, who she married in June 2018.In January 2014, DiDonato’s agent called her on the way to a gig to inform her that her United Airlines flight to Denver, Co.had been changed due to inclement weather.After boarding her new flight, DiDonato met Peterson, who just so happened to be her seatmate.The two quickly hit it off, and later found out that not only did they share several mutual friends.they also lived a block away from each other in the Gramercy neighborhood of Manhattan.The rest was history

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