Girls with husky voices are more likely to have affairs, study claims

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WOMEN with deep voices are more likely to stray, a study claims.

Gravelly tones are linked to higher testosterone which scientists say fuels sexual desire.

Hollywood star Scarlett Johansson is well known for her husky voice

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Hollywood star Scarlett Johansson is well known for her husky voiceCredit: Reuters

They analysed voice data on 931 adults and asked if they cheated.

The risk of straying went up “significantly” for each drop in pitch.

One woman quizzed reported 31 partners.

Fellas with deeper voices also had more affairs — with one claiming 180.

TV host Mariella Frostrop's gravelly tones can be heard on Times Radio

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TV host Mariella Frostrop's gravelly tones can be heard on Times RadioCredit: Getty Images - Getty

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Psychotherapist Phillip Hodson said of the German study: “Women with deep voices may feel very confident and more prepared to take risks.

“Or, men might hit on an independent woman because she sounds attractively ‘earthy’”.

Husky-voiced stars include actress Scarlett Johansson and TV host Mariella Frostrup.

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