A new study finds that people are hard wired to turn their heads to the right when leaning in for a kiss, and men are more likely than women to initiate.
As the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge prepare to celebrate their sixth wedding anniversary we get a body language expert to analyse their changing relationship.
Pippa Middleton is set to marry her beau James Matthews in mere weeks, but is their romance written in the stars?
Is this the sweetest proposal story ever? Forget getting down on bended knee, this could be the sweetest proposal story ever. Just one week after Candice Catherine started dating her now husband, Timothy, he began sending her love letters.
There are a number of excellent ways to propose, whether it’s taking your bride-to-be up the Burj Khalifa or giving them a particularly clever bath bomb. Which was in front of the northern lights in the heart of the Arctic Circle. According to the Mail Online, Dale Sharp, 34, and Karlie Russell, 29, met through their careers as landscape photographers and now run DK Photography together in Queensland, Australia.
Chances are every woman has faked an orgasm at one point or other in their lives, but did you realise how often you fake it could actually indicate how likely you might be to cheat on your partner. Researchers from the Human Female Orgasm As Evolved Signal study recruited a group of 138 female and 121 male college students who were involved in heterosexual relationships. Both sexes were asked whether they had ever cheated on their partner and how likely they thought they might be to cheat in the future.
This story of a couple with Down’s Syndrome who have just celebrated 22 years of married bliss is giving us all the Friday feels. When Maryanne, now 45, and Tommy Pilling, 59, first announced that they were getting married, they faced a torrent of criticism. The pair had been dating for around 18 months before Tommy got down on one knee, but some people weren’t happy about it.
Let’s face it dating at any age can be hard. The highs, the lows, the definitely Nos! But dating in your 40s when you may or may not have been out of the game for a while, when you may or may not now have little people to think of and when you may or may not know what the hell you’re doing (‘which way do I swipe?’), can certainly throw a whole new pressure into the mix.
Who wouldn’t want a pizza shaped engagement ring? If you’re planning to propose to your other half this Valentine’s Day, STOP EVERYTHING!! Forget sprinkling those rose petals over the bed, organising a romantic treasure hunt or lighting a gazillion candles because the only way to pop the question this V day is with a 22-carat gold ring shaped like a pizza slice, complete with diamond pepperoni!
Vinegar Valentines were a type of poison pen letter sent anonymously to ward off potential suitors or to warn another their lover was not all they seemed. Vinegar Valentines or “comic Valentines” were also popular in America, though widely frowned upon by the media on both sides of the Atlantic for being “filthy” and “nauseating”.
Or you could get an injection into your G-spot. Promising to improve the quality of your orgasm, the procedure involves injecting dermal fillers into the G-spot under local anaesthetic. Cosmetic nurse Kate Sowden from the BeautyFULL Cosmetic Medical Clinic explained that though the procedure is popular among women of all ages, it was most common among women over the age of 35.
Forgotten Valentine’s day have we, eh? Sigh. Welcome to the dog house. Pull up a chair, let’s have a chat.
It’s that time of year again, when love is in the air and – if you want it to be – in the kitchen. If you’re a food fan, you’re bound to be looking for a way of wooing your Valentine with a special meal or dish. After all, food is often the way to someone’s heart. Here are a few ideas to get kick-start the romance this Valentine’s Day:- Why do we celebrate Valentine’s Day?
Valentine’s Day is almost upon us – but are you ready to sweep your loved one off their feet yet? If you’ve left it late to book a romantic getaway, we’ve got you covered. From a wine-tasting day trip in Bordeaux to a fairytale castle in Wales, here are 13 last-minute breaks that are still available to book this Valentine’s – so you can woo your other half in style.
Whether you look forward to celebrating Valentine’s Day each year or not, it’s hard to ignore the foil-wrapped chocolate hearts and red roses popping up at our local supermarkets around about this time of the month. Something you might already know is that there was a Saint named Valentine – and that Valentine’s Day is also called Saint Valentine’s Day, or the Feast of Saint Valentine. The only thing we can be relatively sure about with Saint Valentine is that he was commemorated as a saint on February 14 in around 270 AD, but there are many stories and legends about him and why we celebrate the this with love.
Mr and Mrs Kuroki worked and lived on their dairy in the Shintomi town of Japan for more than 30 years. If you’re going to Japan any time soon, you can visit their garden too – check out their website here.
There are few romances more public that than of the current President of the United States and the First Lady of the United States. There are also few who have such an ability to melt our hearts. After Michelle’s Democratic National Convention speech yesterday, Barack took to Twitter to express his pride - and love - for his wife, and the Twittersphere collectively swooned. This isn’t the only time the couple has got our hearts all aflutter.
The Oscars red carpet was full of dynamic duos that have us screaming #CoupleGoals at the top of our lungs. From an old-time favorite like Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, to Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber and John Legend and Chrissy Teigen—we’re really feeling the love. Which pair is your favorite?