Donegal woman, Fiona Moore (32), is hoping to find “someone who makes me laugh every single day” through RTÉ’s new dating show, Love in the Country.
The mother-of-one and business owner is one of six singletons who will feature in the show, which is based on the Fremantle Media reality show, Farmer Wants a Wife.
She remarked: “I have a bar and restaurant; it keeps me busy. I have a 7-year-old son, and he definitely keeps me on my toes.”
“The dating scene in my area is terrible. You grew up with them or went to school with them or kissed them growing up at some point.”
“I am completely out of my comfort zone; you do not know it, but I am probably shaking.”
She added: “I would like to find a guy who is kind and genuine. My family lives pretty close to me, just across the street, and we are a pretty tight-knit family.”
“I have no doubt in my mind that they will be very welcoming to anyone that comes into my life. They would be delighted and probably make the person part of the family very quickly,” she concluded.
The other singletons in the dating show include:
- Robert Murphy (32), a pharmacist and part-time farmer from West Cork;
- Alanagh Loftus (20), a veterinary nursing student & sheep farmer;
- George Quirke (36), a land custodian from Carlow;
- Jano Evans (22), a coffee shop owner and part-time farmer;
- Edwina Walshe (49), a café owner from Mayo.
A spokesperson for the production company told That’s Farming:
“The producers of the show are now on the search for their perfect match.”
“Therefore, if you have you always dreamed of leaving the big smoke for a life in the country, check out the dating profiles of our lovely gang of singles looking for love.”
“If you are interested in dating one of them, please fill in the contact form or email – [email protected] – and one of the team will be in touch. Filming is due to take place in early January,” the spokesperson concluded.