Imagine going on a date with your grandmother in tow! In each episode, one person goes to a restaurant looking for love. They will have three dates over a three-course meal. The twist is that they will be able to hear their grandmother's advice in their ear!
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Catrin Williams, from Ammanford, did just that in front of a camera crew for a new dating show. The year-old said: Catrin got to eat her first course with one man, her main course with a different man and her dessert with a third gentleman whilst her grandmother Maureen, originally from Betws, listened in and got the final say. After three courses, and a few glasses of Prosecco, Catrin finished her dates and gran Maureen got to decide who she went on a final date with.
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