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article imageCouple on blind date find out they're brother and sister

By Owen Weldon     Apr 1, 2011 in Lifestyle
A UK woman joined a website, and eventually got herself a blind date. However, she found out the blind date was with her long-lost brother.
Sarah Kemp, a 42-year-old cleaner, signed up with a website, and ended up on a date with a man she never met. George Bentley, 47, swapped emails and photos with Kemp, before going on their date.
The two went on their first date, at a pub, and that is when they started to talk about their childhood. It was then that they found out that they were brother and sister, according to the Daily Record.
There was no kissing or any kind of touching because the news of them being related dropped before any of that could take place.
Kemp is from Scotland, and Bentley is a builder based in London. The two kept talking for several months, before finally deciding to meet, according to Fox2now.
Kemp said that she would have never agreed to go on a blind date in London, but she and Bentley connected with one another right from the start. Kemp said that it was two hours into the conversation that they realized that they were brother and sister.
The two have not seen each other since 1975. Their parents ended up splitting up, and Kemp moved with her mother to Edinburgh, while Bentley went to live with his father in east London, according to CBC. When Kemp and Bentley got older, they both attempted to locate each other, but that ended up not being successful.
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