It’s time to find out whether you really are on the road to marital bliss. Put your new marriage to the test with our newlyweds quiz… you might just be surprised!
A quick peek at the 10 things that change after tying the knot (number three might surprise you!) and these 7 struggles that only married couples understand, and you might think you’ve already got married life sussed – warts and all. But if you want to make sure you and your partner are heading on the right track towards marital bliss, or you simply want to put your other half in the hot seat, try out our newlyweds quiz below.
Newlywed Quiz Questions
What did your spouse get you for your first valentines as a married couple?
What is the traditional gift for your first wedding anniversary?
What did your spouse gift you on your wedding day?
What is their idea of a perfect date?
Did anything change after you got married?
Personal Newlyweds Quiz Questions
What is their worst habit?
What is your partner’s worst habit?
What is their must-have desert island item?
What would be their death row meal?
What is your spouse’s blood type?
When and where was your first kiss?
Who is the sore loser in your relationship?
READ MORE: Take our Mr & Mrs quiz!
If your house was on fire, what three things would your other half save?
What did you do for your first date?
What size shoe does your spouse wear?
What is their favourite colour?
What was the name of the school your husband/ wife went to?
What is the name of “your” song?
Who is the better cook?
Awkward Newlyweds Quiz Questions
Who takes longer to get ready in the morning?
Who is the life and soul of the party?
Who is the better dancer of the two of you?
Who usually wins the arguments?
Have you ever met your spouse’s ex?
Have you ever stalked your other half’s ex?
Who is your partner’s celebrity crush?
If you could change one thing about your spouse, what would it be and why?
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