A stunning divorced woman who enjoys travelling the world dating only wealthy suitors has shared her interesting story.
The woman identified as Emma Rogers, 45, from Miami, has been treated to luxurious holidays worth $14,000 (£10,000) including a cruise around the Mediterranean, a trip to China, a holiday in New York and a skiing trip in Colorado - all without spending a penny herself.
According to a Dailymail report, she says that the rich bachelors have willingly paid for her flights, accommodation, and expensive shopping sprees - just to enjoy her company on dates.
Emma, who got divorced five years ago, meets the men through the dating website MissTravel, which promises to set up women with single, wealthy men who are willing to take their dates travelling around the world.
So far, she has enjoyed holidays to both China and New York, as well as a ski trip in Colorado and a luxury Mediterranean cruise.
Explaining why she decided to sign up to MissTravel, Emma explained: 'I turned to dating sites after divorcing my husband in 2013. 'As I travel a lot with my business, I'm never living in the same place for very long, so being able to travel with a bit of company seemed really appealing to me.
'I've been in contact with about 20 men, but I've only been on four dates and already I've had so much money spent on me. 'Flights and hotels usually cost $1,300 (£900), plus shopping and attractions which can come to $850 (£600), and then any shopping and meals which can notch up to $1,000 (£700).'
As well as enjoying a skiing trip and a cruise, she's also been treated to an expensive shopping spree in China.
However, Emma says the dates aren't just about the money for her, although it does play an important factor.
'For me, it's not just about the money - I wouldn't go on a date with someone without forming a connection first,' she said, 'Having said that, I wouldn't consider going on a date with someone who wasn't financially stable - it's just not what I'm used to. 'If they can't provide for me or have nothing to offer me then I'm usually not very interested."