What It’s Like To Di­vorce In Your Twen­ties

As Mil­lie Mack­in­tosh, 26, opens up about divorcing Pro­fes­sor Green, 32, af­ter two years of mar­riage, Look in­ves­ti­gates how di­vorce dif­fers in your twen­ties…

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Scroll back through Mil­lie Mack­in­tosh’s In­sta­gram feed for 68 weeks (might take a while) and you’ll find a selfie taken in vin­tage Alice Tem­per­ley. ‘Just found this photo from when I first tried on my wed­ding dress,’ it’s cap­tioned. ‘#Mem­o­ries’. Al­most ex­actly 12 months later and she’d just an­nounced she was split­ting from her hus­band of two years, Pro­fes­sor Green, at the age of 26. She’s not alone – re­cent re­search sug­gests that the de­mo­graphic ex­pe­ri­enc­ing the high­est rate of di­vorce is women aged 25-29. But what is it like to ex­pe­ri­ence di­vorce be­fore most of your friends have even walked down the aisle?

‘#Mem­o­ries’ for Mil­lie in her wed­ding dress

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