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Sophie Kasaei has found a connection with a new beau after her tarot card reader predicted that she would fall in love with a man she already knows.

The Geordie Shore star has been teasing snippets of a new romance on social media in recent weeks after she was looking for love in all the wrong places last year after she felt pressured to settle down ahead of her 30th birthday.

Now, the MTV star, 31, has found a meaningful connection with a mystery man whose name was predicted during a tarot card reading a number of months ago.

While Sophie was on the lookout for a handsome hunk with the same name the psychic gave her, she kept an open mind and dated a number of men, but nothing blossomed until she crossed paths with her new beau.

As it turns out, the reality TV star is now smitten in her new relationship and her beau happens to have the same name as the tarot card reader suggested.

Sophie Kasaei has found a connection with a new beau after her tarot card reader predicted his name
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Speaking exclusively to The Mirror, Sophie lifted the lid on the strange series of events, admitting that she feels as though she ‘manifested’ her new romance after months of feeling hopeless and worrying about never being able to settle down as she approached her thirties.

“I’m really spiritual when it comes to Love. So, it kind of gets into your head and you look for what they have told you,” Sophie admitted.

“As time went on, there were people that I was dating and everyone I met I was thinking to myself ‘are you the one?’ but it ended up that none of them were ever that person.”

Sophie feels as though she ‘manifested’ her new romance
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“I got another ready before and they told me to look out for a certain name. And ever since then, I hadn’t really found anyone with that name, but recently I found the person with that name. So, I’m just seeing how this one goes.

“I was told to look out for this person, and now he’s come along. So, I’m intrigued to say the least.”

While Sophie was riddled with doubt at the beginning of her thirties, the reality TV star is feeling more confident now than ever having accepted that she doesn’t need to have her entire life sorted out at such a young age.

After feeling pressured by society to find the perfect man, buy the perfect house, and have the perfect children, the independent star is content with the timing of her life and she believes everything will fall into place how it’s supposed to at the right time.

The reality TV star is feeling more confident now than ever

Opening up on her experience turning thirty, Sophie explained: “I’m the oldest out of all of the girls – I'm actually turning 32 next month and I started filming Geordie Shore at the age of 21, so I’m well into my thirties now.

“There’s a massive stigma around being 30. It’s like you’re expected to have a kid straight away, you have to have a house and be settled and I think that is such a bad thing to put out there in society.

“Like, at 30, I feel like my life has just begun. I know who I am now, I know what I want. If I have a child now, I’m glad that the child will know this version of me and not the version in my twenties.”

The Geordie Shore star is loving her thirties

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“I’m really enjoying my thirties and I think it’s one of the best ages of my life. I think when you’re in your twenties, you go through a lot of anxiety and you worry what people think of you and you think you need to be completely settled and have a steady, stable job.

“It’s not until now that I feel really, really comfortable with who I am. You couldn’t pay me to go back to being 18. There’s no rush and we couldn’t be made feel pressured by society.”