It looks like Jenny from the Block and the One Dance star just couldn’t make it Work. News that the pair ‘have taken some time apart, not because they don’t want to be with each other, just because their schedules started getting insane.’ The source said: ‘J-Lo and Drake are still talking, so people should know they are not in any means angry or that some incident happened.It mainly had to do with timing.’ Fans have taken J-Lo’s Instagram post on Sunday as a sign of the split: The couple have never spoken about their relationship but speculation mounted in December when Drake attended two evenings of J-Lo’s Las Vegas concerts consecutively.Meanwhile, more than a quarter (27 per cent) of Brits wait between one and two weeks to sleep with their partner, while 23 per cent wait one month.However, three fifths (60 per cent) would introduce their partner to their best friend within the first month.The study also revealed that a third of Brits (33 per cent) will have their first conversation about their long-term future within a year, whilst the big commitment milestones of engagement rings, wedded bliss and babies all come later.Finally, in terms of when people can expect to find love, the research found that 27 is the average age British daters meet their partners, with women more likely to meet them earlier in life at age 25 than men at 28. Kate Taylor, dating expert for Match, said: 'While each relationship moves at its own pace, daters are often reassured by comparing their experiences with others'. If you’re struggling with this, here’s a short list to help you go from a casual date to a serious mate (so lame, I know).
But early on in a relationship, especially, two people ought to be enjoying themselves and each other a vast majority of the time.
According to the research, saying 'I love you' normally happens after five months of dating (144 days), whereas you'll have to wait a total of six months before being given a drawer at your partner's house.
It also takes us longer to hold hands with than to kiss a new partner, with 31 per cent claiming they would snog their date immediately, and 34 per cent revealing they would wait between one and two weeks to holds hands.
Once the crucial six-month milestone has passed, daters feel it’s safe to splash out on the relationship by spending the night away (seven months/ 204 days) or jetting off on holiday together (ten months/ 298 days).
Over a quarter (28 per cent) of people surveyed also said they would wait at least six months before leaving their toothbrush at their partner’s house, whilst 40 per cent said the same for being given a drawer at their partner's house.
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