Woman alerted to ‘most-compatible’ match on dating site – but it’s her brother

A single woman looking for love was stunned when dating app Hinge recommended she meet her “most compatible” match.

Unfortunately, it turned out that the platform’s top recommendation for her was her brother.

Rosie Holt was swiping along when she spotted her sibling’s familiar face marked as her top match.

The actress and comedian tweeted a snap of her screen which said: "most compatible: Charlie and Rosie, we think you two should meet."

And, Rosie revealed that her brother had been sent the same alert despite her declining him on the app.

She joked: “He’s not my type.”

Hinge matched the duo due to their London location and their interests and preferences, but social media users thought the match-making service worked a little bit too well.

Rosie’s awkward tweet has been retweeted and commented on tens of thousands of times.

And, some joked that "at least you'll love the in-laws" and "Hinge has been watching Game of Thrones."

Replying to her amused followers, the comedian joked "of all the men in London…" and "Hinge needs to sort itself out”.

However, she did add that she didn’t blame the app for not knowing they were siblings as there was no way it could have known.

Rosie's post said: "Hinge has just suggested I match with my brother. FML"

"Haha, well I guess their algorithm works a treat? I mean, you two definitely have things in common (such as your parents)," one poster wrote.

"On the plus side you already love him unconditionally, so it would be a very stable match," added another.

A third said: “You already love the in-laws and they love you. No additional family celebrations that you get dragged along to."

Rosie added: "This man has rightly called me out on my Hinge-blaming tweet and really given me food for thought.

"I would like to humbly apologise to Hinge and let them know I don’t hold them personally responsible."

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