Amelia was in a relationship with a man 19 years her senior for nearly 3 years.
' The questions just seemed to keep on coming" says 34-year-old Amelia.
reports that Emory University in Atlanta researchers studied 3,000 couples and found couples with a five-year age gap were 18% more likely to break up than those who were the same age.
So the couples who were least likely to split up (just a 3% chance) had an age gap of one year - meaning according to science, this is the 'ideal'.
When you have a twenty year old with a forty year old we tend to think that it's a large age gap, but when we have a couple where one is thirty and the other is forty-five, we don't think anything about it." In pics: New London Architecture (NLA) has announced the shortlisted entrants for Don’t Move Improve 2016, a competition celebrating London’s best new home extensions.