While it's possible, the chance of a divorced couple getting remarried to each other is a low six percent. However, 72 percent of people who reunite end up staying together, which is better than the national average of 55 percent.
Linda and Billy Clements divorced each other and then remarried. They were married for 25 years, divorced for seven years, and then remarried once more in 2009. Another couple who followed this pattern was Sandra and Terry Kaufman, who got married when they were both 18 but quickly divorced two years later. Both of them remarried to other people, but finally reconnected and remarried 50 years after their first wedding.