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The following couples confirm the authenticity of our algorithms.

Agatha Christie

Archibald Christie

Agatha and Archibald met at the party through mutual friends and immediately liked each other. They soon became engaged and after 1.5 years they were married. They could not enjoy the marriage for long because of the outbreak of war. After the war, they had a fascinating life full of foreign travel and were happy parents, until Archibald’s affair which ended their relationship.

Max Mallowan

Agatha first met her second husband Max (14 years younger than her) in 1930. They spent more and more time together and got to know each other very well. Agatha always had the support of Max who proposed to her but she refused due to age differences. Eventually Agatha agreed, and their marriage was very happy, showing that in love age doesn’t matter.

Francis Scott Fitzgerald and Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald

Scott Fitzgerald met Zelda at a country club. In the 1920s, they were one of the hottest couples in Manhattan of the jazz era. Their relationship was full of love and passion, as well as scandals and dramas. Although there were many rumors about their relationship, their family and friends claimed that while it was not an easy relationship, the bond between Scott and Zelda remained forever and they remained in love until death.

Mark Twain and Olivia Langdon Clemens

Mark Twain knew that Olivia was the one when he first looked at her photo. According to him, it was love at first sight, although when he proposed to Olivia, she rejected his proposal, but they continued to write letters to each other. Despite many difficulties, they were happily married for 34 years, and our algorithms confirm the compatibility of their energies.

Fiodor Michajłowicz Dostojewski and Maria Dymitriewna Isajewa

He met his first wife Maria Dimitrievna Isayeva while serving in the army. She was the wife of a customs officer and it was only after his death in 1857 that Fyodor and Maria got married. Unfortunately, the couple did not enjoy long married life, because in 1864 Dostoevsky’s wife died of tuberculosis.

Charles Dickens

Catherine Thomson Dickens

Charles and Catherine met in 1834, became engaged in 1835, married in April 1836, and the first of their ten children was born a year later. The early years of their marriage seemed quite happy. Dickens was in love with his young wife and she was very proud of her famous husband. Unfortunately, despite such a great energy matching, Charles decided to break up with his wife.

Ellen Lawless Ternan

Charles met Ellen during rehearsals for The Frozen Deep in August 1857. That’s when Dickens fell in love with Ellen, who was 27 years younger than him. Although they never officially married, Ellen was his companion until his death. They’re  another couple that proves that when it comes to love, age is just a number.
Ernest Miller Hemingway

Elizabeth Hadley Richardson

When Richardson and Hemingway met at a party in Chicago in 1920, they both felt instant chemistry, even though Elizabeth was eight years older than him. A year later, they got married and had one son. Unfortunately, Ernest’s infidelity led to the breakdown of their marriage.

Pauline Marie Pfeiffer

Pauline was Ernest Hemingway’s second wife. Thanks to her work as a journalist, she had the opportunity to meet the writer (she was known for expressing opinions about his works). The couple married in 1927, and their marriage lasted 13 years, but it ended again due to the writer’s infidelity.

Mary Welsh Hemingway

Ernest and Mary met in 1944, when they were both in relationships with other people and decided to end their relationship to be together. In March 1946, they married in Cuba, and this marriage turned out to be his last and at the same time the longest, as it lasted 15 years.