Opposites do NOT attract! Study debunks theory that couples grow to look alike but finds people choose partners with similar facial features

It is a phenomenon that has fascinated scientists for decades – couples tend to look alike over time.

The idea first surfaced in 1987, when researchers from the University of Michigan studied proposed that years of shared emotions resulted in closer resembles due to similar wrinkles and expressions.

Now, a team from Stanford University is taking another look at the theory and found that people do not grow to look like their significant other, but choose them because of their similar facial features.

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