Man supports pregnant Tinder match through childbirth on their fourth date

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By Carina Murphy

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One Australian couple went on a Tinder date to remember.

Alyssa Hodges and Max Silvy met on the dating app and went out three times together. Then, for their fourth date, they decided to step things up a gear.

Silvy joined Hodges while she gave birth to her son Ollie in a local Brisbane hospital, meaning that the pair experienced the miracle of childbirth a mere eight weeks after matching on Tinder.

They shared their unlikely love story in a video on TikTok, where Hodges, 20, tells her followers that: "the fourth date was him coming to my labor, and birth, and delivery."

The new mom goes on to explain that she was supposed to pick Silvy, 25, up from the airport when her water broke. After finding a new ride, Silvy wasted no time in joining her at the hospital, where he stayed by her side until her son was born.

"I was a little bit nervous because I was by myself, and I was also worried that — okay, yes I want him as a support person, but what if we end up breaking up in a week's time?" Hodges recalled in the video.

"We've only had a couple of dates. We didn't know each other very well. At this stage, his parents didn't know about me or anything like that," she added.

But she went on to say that it all worked out for the best and that Silvy ended by being her "biggest support." After baby Ollie was born he was taken to the NICU for a couple of days, during which time Silvy stayed with Hodges and supported her through the anxious first few days of motherhood.

He even got mistaken for the father by hospital staff - which Hodges said he didn't mind at all, and was happy to play along with so he could stay in the maternity unit.

And when the new mom and her son were released from the hospital, Silvy took a week off from work to help care for the newborn.

Hodges concluded the video by letting her followers know it had been a happy ending so far, saying: "we're still together now, thankfully!"

Featured Image Credit: Roman Lacheev / Alamy

Man supports pregnant Tinder match through childbirth on their fourth date

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By Carina Murphy

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One Australian couple went on a Tinder date to remember.

Alyssa Hodges and Max Silvy met on the dating app and went out three times together. Then, for their fourth date, they decided to step things up a gear.

Silvy joined Hodges while she gave birth to her son Ollie in a local Brisbane hospital, meaning that the pair experienced the miracle of childbirth a mere eight weeks after matching on Tinder.

They shared their unlikely love story in a video on TikTok, where Hodges, 20, tells her followers that: "the fourth date was him coming to my labor, and birth, and delivery."

The new mom goes on to explain that she was supposed to pick Silvy, 25, up from the airport when her water broke. After finding a new ride, Silvy wasted no time in joining her at the hospital, where he stayed by her side until her son was born.

"I was a little bit nervous because I was by myself, and I was also worried that — okay, yes I want him as a support person, but what if we end up breaking up in a week's time?" Hodges recalled in the video.

"We've only had a couple of dates. We didn't know each other very well. At this stage, his parents didn't know about me or anything like that," she added.

But she went on to say that it all worked out for the best and that Silvy ended by being her "biggest support." After baby Ollie was born he was taken to the NICU for a couple of days, during which time Silvy stayed with Hodges and supported her through the anxious first few days of motherhood.

He even got mistaken for the father by hospital staff - which Hodges said he didn't mind at all, and was happy to play along with so he could stay in the maternity unit.

And when the new mom and her son were released from the hospital, Silvy took a week off from work to help care for the newborn.

Hodges concluded the video by letting her followers know it had been a happy ending so far, saying: "we're still together now, thankfully!"

Featured Image Credit: Roman Lacheev / Alamy