When is Valentine’s Day 2022?


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When is Valentine's Day 2022?

When is Valentine’s Day 2022?

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With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, time is running out to make plans for the big occasion.

Here’s everything you need to know about the annual celebration of love and what you can do this year.

Lovers up and down the country will celebrate Valentine's Day on February 14

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Lovers across the country will celebrate Valentine’s Day on February 14 Credit: Getty

When is Valentine’s Day 2022?

Valentine’s Day is February 14th every year.

In 2022, the celebration of love will take place on Monday.

Although it is recognized as an important cultural, religious and commercial romantic celebration in many parts of the world, it is not a public holiday in any country.

Why is Valentine’s Day always on February 14?

The festival has its roots in the ancient Roman Fauna, a fertility celebration held on February 15 every year.

The festival also officially marks the beginning of their spring.

It is thought that boys would draw girls’ names from boxes as part of the festivities, and they would then partner and sometimes go on to marry during the festive season.

Pope Glasius I rewrote the pagan holiday into a Christian holiday around AD 496, proclaiming February 14th as St. Valentine’s Day.

St. Valentine’s name has since been used to express feelings of love.

How are Brits going to celebrate Valentine’s Day?

Planning the perfect Valentine’s Day can be stressful at the best of times, but 60% of Brits in love say they’re likely to celebrate Valentine’s Day in 2022.

According to a global survey by Ipsos, the most popular form of celebration this year will be a romantic dinner at home (43%).

That’s significantly more than Brits suggesting they plan a romantic dinner (29%) or a romantic trip (14%).

A similar percentage (43%) plan to gift their significant other a Valentine’s Day card as a souvenir.

Nearly 60% of Britons say they will celebrate Valentine's Day this year

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Nearly 60% of Britons say they will celebrate Valentine’s Day this yearCredit: Getty

When it comes to gifts, chocolates or sweets (33%) and flowers (31%) are the most popular in the UK.

One in five said they would buy a bottle of wine/liquor, while fragrance (11%), fashion accessories/jewelry (9%) and lingerie/erotic accessories (9%) were less popular choices.

The survey also found that only a quarter of Britons in a relationship saw sexual activity as part of their Valentine’s Day celebrations.

In contrast, those in South Africa (54%), Argentina (46%) and Mexico (45%) were most likely to start their relationship on the day they were in a relationship.

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