DIARY: Love don't come easy at AAR as workmates video Naysmith-Miller

It would appear that love is in the air at the AAR. Isn't it all just so adorable?

The (unofficial) most important man in advertising, Martin Jones, has found himself a special someone. In fact, she's so special that the big old soppy son of a gun is going to forsake his bachelorhood and marry her.

And in a neat twist to the story, Jones was introduced to his future bride, Jules, by the AAR's direct specialist Julie Constable, who clearly takes her matchmaking duties incredibly seriously.

Let's hope some of Jones' luck rubs off on his PA, Sarah Naysmith-Miller, who seems to be having a little trouble finding herself a man by conventional means.

Naysmith-Miller has turned to television (where else) in her search for romance and has recently appeared on the TV dating show What Women Want.

For months, she has been ducking out of the office on flimsy pretexts so that she could secretly attend filmings.

Naysmith-Miller did actually think she'd managed to keep the whole thing secret and had taken the precautionary step of arranging an AAR function at TBWA\London's offices on the night of the programme's airing. Clever, eh?

But, alas, it was all to no avail. She should know by now that secrets don't stay secret for long in this industry.

Needless to say, all of her colleagues and contacts had videoed the show and were ready to mercilessly rib Naysmith-Miller the following day.

Love sure can be cruel.

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