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According to Eagly, the impact of this could be vast, turning the world on its head and causing our whole definition of femininity to change.

So the latest spate of cougar A-listers could be seen as the vanguard for this new mode of femininity — one where it’s ladylike to pay your man’s bills, flaunt a pretty young male thing on one’s arm and choose your mate on the basis of his cheekbones rather than his chequebook.

The toyboy trend isn’t just reserved for celebrities, either. Fast approaching 60 and with a seemingly unquenchable thirst for men 30 years (or more) her junior, Madonna never shies away from an opportunity to display her passion for men who could easily be her sons.

Many of the newly retired men I meet are content with their comfy slippers just as their wives are bursting forth with a post-menopausal, post-empty nest lease of life, taking on new challenges and seeing the next stage as something to look forward to rather than the slippery slope into dotage.

So it’s not surprising if more and more middle-aged women hanker, a little wistfully, after younger men.

When she asked him how he felt about her being 61 to his 51, he replied: ‘That’s easy — you’re so much younger than me.’She added: ‘He tells me I’ve opened his eyes to a more youthful life, and he seems to be loving it.’I wondered if leaving behind a 25-year marriage had contributed to her sense of vigour.

‘For so long, my ex was busy telling me that we weren’t young any more; that I wasn’t dressing appropriately; that it was time I grew up,’ she says.‘Now I’m free to live the life I wanted to lead.

The toyboy trend isn’t just reserved for celebrities, either. Fast approaching 60 and with a seemingly unquenchable thirst for men 30 years (or more) her junior, Madonna never shies away from an opportunity to display her passion for men who could easily be her sons.

Many of the newly retired men I meet are content with their comfy slippers just as their wives are bursting forth with a post-menopausal, post-empty nest lease of life, taking on new challenges and seeing the next stage as something to look forward to rather than the slippery slope into dotage.

So it’s not surprising if more and more middle-aged women hanker, a little wistfully, after younger men.

When she asked him how he felt about her being 61 to his 51, he replied: ‘That’s easy — you’re so much younger than me.’She added: ‘He tells me I’ve opened his eyes to a more youthful life, and he seems to be loving it.’I wondered if leaving behind a 25-year marriage had contributed to her sense of vigour.

‘For so long, my ex was busy telling me that we weren’t young any more; that I wasn’t dressing appropriately; that it was time I grew up,’ she says.‘Now I’m free to live the life I wanted to lead.

It certainly seems that fewer of us feel this way, though.