It was founded by Jill Kelleher-Andrews after she noticed a gap in the market amongst the rich and wealthy.
Today, it’s run by her daughter Amber - a former Baywatch and Melrose Place actress.
They say caring is sharing, but the cast of Made in Chelsea should probably avoid this mantra when it comes to courting a new love interest.
This week, Kelleher International - the largest, privately owned matchmaking company in the US - made headlines after ex-QVC boss Darlene Daggett took the service to court over a string of terrible dates.
So he made this sharp observation: If people were based on compatibility, there'd be more fulfilling relationships in the world.Being matched based on key areas of personality meant singles were sitting pretty with a really, really good hand of cards at the table. Warren concluded that certain characteristics can predict compatibility and lead to more satisfying relationships. Los Angeles-based e Harmony ( launched in the United States in 2000 with its patented Compatibility Matching System® which allows e Harmony members to be matched with compatible persons with whom they are likely to enjoy a long-term relationship.Millions of people of all ages, ethnicities, national origins and religious and political beliefs have used e Harmony's Compatibility Matching System to find compatible long-term relationships.French-American beauty Rowe is the third Victoria’s Secret model the What Makes You Beautiful hitmaker has romanced, after he was previously linked to Sara Sampaio and Nadine Leopold.Earlier this year (17), he was also rumoured to be dating food blogger Tessa Ward.