In a time when even takeaway deliveries are being hailed as ‘contactless’, you’d think that dating and new romance would be dead in the water. Not so, according to recent data that points towards a flourishing new world of love via keyboard and screen.
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Having met fourteen years ago while studying at the University of Manchester, Nik and Vaivara have been married for the past seven years and recently welcomed a set of twin girls into the world. The past decade has seen immense change and growth in their relationship, culminating in the birth of their wonderful daughters, so in this interview we’re getting to the bottom of how a person’s relationship to love itself matures over time.
Earlier this month Paris Hilton became engaged to her beau Carter Reum on a tropical getaway to a private island. After dating for over a year, Carter proposed on February 13th—only a few days before Paris’s 40th birthday and Valentine’s Day. We adore her ring and have prepared some options for those of us who want to capture Paris’s timeless design but don’t have the budget of an heiress! Check out our suggestions below.
For this couple, love began 47 years ago in a flower shop in Birmingham. Alan, then a university student, came to the shop to begin work as a delivery driver during his Christmas holiday from university and there he met the young florist working behind the counter, Betty. The rest is history.
Netflix’s new period drama Bridgerton has taken the world by storm, captivating our attention with tales of upper-class debutantes during England’s Regency period. With its sensational love stories and high drama, Bridgerton also features whimsical costumes and art direction which make the show properly binge-worthy. Most of all, Bridgerton provides the perfect escapism that we need during this time.
In our Love Through The Ages series, we’re setting aside the checklists, spreadsheets, and anticipation of wedding planning in order to dive deep into what love looks like beyond the proposal. Because love isn’t an event. It’s something we embody each day.