The Women Discuss Whether ‘Courting’ Is The Key To Finding True Love | Loose Women

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It seems the endless swiping left to right, mixed in with the odd ‘super like’ is the main way to date these days, with an estimated 270 million adults using dating apps to find their next love interest, but should the days of courting be brought back? Is it time to take a leaf out of the Viscount’s books and take your love interest for a wander around the Ton? We delve into our ladies’ dating past – with one revealing that she runs all suitors past her pastor!

From series 26, broadcast on 26/04/2022

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