LARA Asprey believes she can track down anyone’s soulmate… as long as they have £9,000 spare cash to pay for the honour.
Professional matchmaker and founder of exclusive dating agency Asprey Introductions, Lara only allows the UK’s most eligible bachelors into her “little black book” of clients… and guarantees them a dating experience the rest of us could only dream of.
From a round-the-clock matchmaker to breathtakingly beautiful first date locations, we can assure you that Lara’s exclusive dating agency Asprey Introductions is so much more than Match.com.
Allowing Channel 5 to go behind the scenes of the company’s South-West London headquarters, the Ultimate Matchmaker will follow countless singletons on their quest for love.
Because while Asprey Introductions’ clients aren’t short on cash, they need a little helping hand when it comes to tracking down The One.
The exclusive agency has even helped everyone from Prince Charles’ polo-playing pals to world-famous fashion models find someone special. So you can say ta-ra to Tinder!
Speaking to the Daily Mail, Lara said: “On the face of it, my successful clients have it all, but they don’t have the most important thing – someone to share their lives with.”
And while that’s all well and good, only singletons willing to part with a bank-breaking £9,000 are allocated a spot on the books.
And that’s only after they’ve served their time on the ever growing waiting list.
However, once they’ve made the financial investment in their love life, the country’s most exclusive singletons won’t have to lift a finger in the dating game.
90% of singletons reach a third date or beyond
Along with their dedicated matchmaker who works tirelessly to couple them up within six months, a typical Asprey Introductions client also has their dates planned on their behalf.
Did we mention the incredible private castle and romantic boat trips already?
Plus the unlucky-in-love lot also get their pick of Lara’s “little black book” containing the details of the UK’s carefully selected bachelors.
Makes a nice change from swiping right, but does this all (literally) pay off?
Turns out, these singletons are serious when it comes to finding love… which is unsurprisingly when you think how much £9,000 can get you.
According to Lara, “90 per cent” of coupled up singletons reach their “third date or beyond”.
On top of this, they’ve also “seen marriages, babies and happy co-habitees” as a result of their expert match-making skills.
Determined that every bachelor on her books finds The One, Lara says she “likes to think I have someone for everyone”.
Turns out, money could buy you love after all…
The Ultimate Matchmaker will air on Channel 5 on August 18.
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