But while she’s happy to see the world at someone else’s expense Natalie is adamant that it’s also about meeting a potential new partner and she has arranged to meet one of her dates again.In the meantime Natalie is in Miami, where earlier this week she met up with a surgeon who took her for a spin in his Mustang sports car.

It’s claimed that the agency, which launched four years ago, boasts more than 600,000 members worldwide who have gone on upwards of 300,000 trips.

Young women who have signed up report being inundated with offers of all-expenses paid jaunts to places such as Hawaii, St Kitts and Hong Kong – all supposedly with no strings attached.

Before flying home she’s lining up a side-trip to the Bahamas for yet another tryst.

“I would love to meet and marry an international businessman,” she says, but she is careful to check out her dates’ backgrounds before packing her bags and passport. “Most dating websites have been focused on people dating locally but one of the things we noticed, especially catering to the successful and wealthy category, is that people are willing to fly and travel to meet each other.

The online matchmaking service has the slogan: “Who Needs Money? I’m single and I like being spoiled.” As well as paying for flights and five-star hotels in a bid to impress Natalie, suitors have showered her with designer clothes, swept her off her feet in their sports cars and welcomed her aboard their yachts.

Beautiful People Travel the World for Free.” It’s aimed unashamedly at young women who are blessed with good looks, with the inference that the plain need not apply. Most of her dates have been wealthy older businessmen who are too busy to find love.

The former financial adviser was bombarded with invitations from rich suitors.

She reckons it would have taken a decade to save for her trips if she’d paid her own way.

She had better luck on her third date, in Milan, where she fell for a wealthy 28-year-old businessman.