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It might seem like the most romantic day of the year to get married.
But couples who pick Valentine’s Day to tie the knot are more likely to end up divorced, a study has shown.
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It may be that Valentine’s sweethearts are just that bit more impulsive, with the research showing these couples have lived together for a shorter time on average before marrying.
The study led by the University of Melbourne found those who marry on February 14 are 37 per cent more likely to split.
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They are also 45 per cent less likely to make it to their third anniversary than couples who marry on other days.
The research, that looked at more than 1.1 million Dutch weddings, found 6 per cent of Valentine’s Day marriages had failed within...
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