Brush up on your relationship etiquette

I'm shocked. Appalled. Why? Do you just forget? Do you not have a door on your bathroom?

– William Hanson on Holly's relationship etiquette

She's a glamorous girl who's engaged to a pop pin-up, so when Perrie Edwards from Little Mix confessed to farting and biting her nails in front of her fiancé Zayn Malik, it became headline news.

But while the etiquette police were up in arms, others were quick to congratulate Perrie and Zayn for having a secure enough relationship to be open about their bad habits.

With it proving to be such a hotbed of contention, we wanted to explore the correct etiquette that should be adopted in a relationship and what your behaviour can mean to your loved one. Here to offer us guidance is psychologist Dr Linda Papadopoulos and leading etiquette expert William Hanson.

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