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Ever since Amal Clooney stepped out wearing a cream Stella Mc Cartney trouser suit in Venice for her civil service wedding to George Clooney in 2014, we've been wondering how the Academy-Award winning actor bagged such a badass, beautiful and humble human rights lawyer.However, in a recent interview with David Letterman on love letters from a Hollywood actor, could it get any better?Those who carefully choose their spouses and delay starting a family until they have chosen one, tend to stay married.Of course, these trends may fade to meaninglessness in the blinding glare of living in the public eye, which, if the reality shows are to be believed, is not very easy on newlyweds.Nevertheless, we’re sure nobody is hinting at a Clooney-Alamuddin rift yet. When George Clooney and Stacy Keibler recently called it quits after two years of dating, we were reminded of all the other ladies who've been seen on the Hollywood A-lister's arm. Well, from the looks of it, it seemed to have worked out pretty well for the actor. Literally, he just sits and he eats.'Matt jokingly added, 'he looks like he could bounce right now, some place in Hollywood', while George said he looks like he's 'checking IDs on the way into the nursery'.
Alamuddin has way more formal education than Clooney, who never finished college, but seems to have picked up some useful skills.But be warned, ye Cassandras, Clooney and Alamuddin have gone about getting married in the way that sociologists say leads to a lower likelihood of divorce.Here’s why, with help from economist and Brookings Institute egghead Isabel Sawhill’s new book 1) They’re Old. That’s higher than the average age people get married (for men it’s 29, and women it’s 27, although this is Clooney’s second marriage.) There’s a pretty strong correlation between the age at which you get married and the likelihood that your marriage survives, says Sawhill. The average age at which women get married is now than the average age at which women have their first baby, notes Sawhill.“The tendency of the well-educated to marry each other,” notes Sawhill is “what scientists call ‘assortative mating.”” Those relationships have proved to be the most stable. Clearly Clooney’s wealth dwarfs Alamuddin’s, but she’s not without means.In any case, wealth — not crazy money, but a lack of need — tends to produce more stable families, or at least poverty produces unstable ones, especially if there are kids involved.