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There are no mandatory trips to visit the in-laws for them, nor dreary afternoons buying flat-pack bedroom furniture.

Kim, who lives on the Wirral, is one of a new and growing breed of ‘forever singles’ — a band of empowered, independent women who don’t want to be defined by a relationship.

‘They fill it with other things, such as exciting hobbies or spending time with friends.

They build an emotional support system and they know who to identify for different issues; the friend who is good with work dilemmas, the sister to turn to over emotional issues.

The number of 25 to 45-year-old women living alone has doubled over the past two decades, with twice as many single women buying properties as single men.

She says: ‘I always laugh when ladies come to my salon to have their nails done, and when I suggest a particular shade of polish, they say, “My husband wouldn’t like that”. ‘I’ve never been maternal and I’ve never wanted children.

Women today are more capable and independent, says Harley Street chartered psychologist Susan Firth.

‘If there is a gap in their life, they don’t want to fill it with a relationship,’ she explains.

The figures speak for themselves, with 73 per cent of women recently surveyed by the Woolwich Building Society having bought their first property on their own, compared to 48 per cent of men — a statistic which suggests today’s independent women don’t wait for Mr Right before making key decisions.