The Age Gap Between Partners In A Relationship Dictates How Long That Relationship Will Last.
Should the age gap between you and your partner matter? Researchers think it does.
According to a study by Andrew Frances and Hugo Mialon from Emory University in Atlanta, there is a link between age and relationship longevity.
After surveying 3000 married couples, the researchers found that the larger the age gap between couples in a relationship, the greater the chance the relationship will end.
A five-year age gap means a couple are 18 per cent more likely to break up than age equals. This goes up to 39 per cent with a 10 year age gap and 95 per cent with a 20 year gap.
Do you think age gap between a couple matters?