(LONDON, England) - A new study finds a lot of married couples are not getting their smooch on, at least in Britain.
The British Heart Foundation found nearly one in five married couples go without kissing for up to a week at a time.
And when they do kiss, two in five married couples kiss for no more than five seconds.
But the art of marital smooching isn't dead just yet.
The study also found married couples ages 18 to 24 kiss an average of 11 times a week.
And five-percent of couples over the age of 45 make time for frequent kissing.