@TheParser, you are welcome. Thank you for your response. I should use Google/Wikipedia more often. I only check the dictionaries usually. I found the following on Wikipedia on this phrase:
Originally Posted by TheParser
Although Newt Gingrich does not seem to have met his 2nd and 3rd wives 'in unusual or comic circumstances', the author of the magazine article still uses this phrase (meet-cute) for describing how they met. But the way the article is written, the latter part of the above description (Frequently the "meet cute" leads to ....) may be applicable.
"A meet cute
is a convention of romantic comedies
in which two potential romantic partners meet in a contrived way in unusual or comic circumstances. A staple of the romantic genre, the technique creates an artificial situation contrived by the filmmakers in order to bring together characters in an entertaining manner. Frequently the "meet cute" leads to a humorous clash of personalities or beliefs, embarrassing situations, or comical misunderstandings that further drive the plot."