Sweet Bobby the podcast has taken the world by storm and there's a good reason why.
It's based on the real-life story of Kirat Assi, a 42-year-old British radio presenter who fell in love with a cardiologist named Bobby.
In September 2009, then 30-year-old Kirat received an out-of-the-blue Facebook message.
It was from JJ, her female cousin Simran's ex-boyfriend. JJ was asking for Kirat's advice on how he should try and win Simran over. Just like many avid Facebook users, Kirat wasn't keen on responding to messages from strangers, but since they had a mutual friend in her cousin, Kirat felt comfortable to reply to JJ.
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They spoke on and off for a few months until unexpectedly JJ died in August 2010, apparently from an allergic reaction.
It was a shock for Kirat, who then reached out to her cousin Simran in order to pass on her condolences to JJ's brother: Bobby.
Bobby and Kirat then began chatting over email and soon via Facebook, a friendship blossoming.
She could see Bobby had been to some of the same Sikh community events that she had been to via his Facebook events page. Also on his page were pictures of him in hospital scrubs, reiterating the fact he told Kirat he was a cardiologist. It was someone she instinctively trusted.
Initially, Kirat says there was nothing flirtatious about their conversations, as Bobby said he was married with a child.
"He started talking to me more regularly, and things were going wrong in his life: he was confiding in me. His marriage was crumbling," Kirat said on the Sweet Bobby podcast.
"He'd just lost his brother as well, I didn't have any reason to question his pain: we have mutual friends, and I knew he was from a respectable family. I was being a shoulder to cry on."