Emily Ratajkowski and Eric André’s shocking (and hysterical) Instagram debut is no cause for concern, according to Susan Trombetti, matchmaker and CEO of Exclusive Matchmaking. As Trombetti told Nicki Swift, “Some innocent, fun, flirting between the two using their platform” is par for the course for two public figures, as well as indicative of “chemistry.” “It definitely shows a flirtiness as well, which is all there should be at this early stage of a relationship,” Trombetti observed.
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Trombetti also added that there is nothing inherently harmful about taking one’s relationship public. In fact, she sees it as “always a good thing.” The real key, she noted, was getting past the “‘make it or break it’ 3-month time frame every relationship deals with.” After all, as Trombetti emphasized, Ratajkowski has made it no secret that she was deliberately trying to play the field, being “recently out of a serious relationship.”
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Followers should just be glad André restrained himself this time. After all, the comedian famously went viral in 2016 for posting two (obviously since-deleted) Instagram photos featuring him fully nude — front and center… no emoji covering his bits and pieces. Like, at all. Let’s just say, maybe he did it for… love?