One of the world’s most elite matchmaking experts, Mairead Molloy, appears in a new Channel 4 series called ‘How to be a Socialite’. The new light-hearted comedy series features Fletcher Cowan who speaks to people about tips and advice on how to be a socialite.

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Mairead Molloy from Berkeley International is interviewed on the subject of love in the second programme of the series.

While the programme is cheerful it makes a serious point that in the days of apps and dating websites being readily available, there’s more demand than ever for bespoke introduction agencies.

The presenter Fletcher Cowan said, “Finding love can be as easy as logging on and swiping right.

When you are part of the in-crowd you can’t be seen just dating anyone

“When you are part of the in-crowd you can’t be seen just dating anyone and that is when Mairead Molloy comes in. She is a professional matchmaker who helps rich and famous people find love with other rich and famous people.”

Mairead responded, “Berkeley International is one of the world’s leading introduction agencies working for the rich and famous all over the world, right up to A-list celebrities. If someone is looking for a specific type of person we do have a private headhunting service.

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Berkeley International’s website is purely an online brochure promoting a discreet and bespoke matchmaking service. The agency is completely confidential with its approach and does not use any photographs of clients when introducing them to new potential partners.

The level of discretion shown by Mairead and her team attracts wealthy and high-profile clients from all over the world. These clients are looking for a partner with the same authentic values as themselves.

The elite introduction agency first launched in London in 1998, with 300 members. Now, with offices around the world, the leading matchmaking business has over 5,000 members and is growing exponentially. Fees start at £12,000 for a UK-wide service. A bespoke global service starts at £25,000.