We believe that only you know when the right time to get married is, but a new study from the University of Utah has looked into the longevity of marriages and found a connection between that and when the couple got married.
The study showed that people who married between the ages of 28 and 32 have a much higher chance of staying together, a key reason being that people in this age group tend to have their career sussed, traveled and left their wild life behind them.
Some have been quick to dismiss the study, saying that longevity in marriage mainly comes down to how long you've known them before tying the knot, opposed to the age at when you do it.
So while this study is a good guide, maybe don't base your wedding plans around it!
Source: Mama Mia