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According to a new study from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, women with more feminine facial features — which are perceived as more attractive by men — were found to want more children than those who were less aesthetically blessed.

In a related study from the same lab, women who said they wanted larger families had higher estrogen levels than those who wanted smaller families.

Psychologist Miriam Law Smith led the study in which 84 women were surveyed on the number of children they wanted. Then their estrogen levels were monitored for four weeks.

Dr. Smith was herself taken aback by the results. “We were surprised by the strength of the result between this maternal tendency and hormone levels,” she wrote, “as so many social and cultural variables impact on how many children women will have, or will want to have.”