Former Victoria's Secret and Sports Illustrated model Stephanie Seymour and her billionaire paper-magnate husband Peter Brant have said those words before, but this time it's because they're ending their acrimonious divorce proceedings and giving their 15-year marriage a second try.
On the day their divorce trial was set to begin in Middletown, Ct., the high-profile Greenwich couple walked into state Superior Court holding hands, the New York Post reports.
Asked by a reporter what she expected to get out the hearing, Seymour replied, "Peace."
Through a publicist, the parents of three children announced they were reconciling and asked for privacy.
Until today, the couple's March 2009 split had become he said/ she said tabloid fodder as they levied shameful accusations of drug abuse, art theft, and even claims of forcing their children to take sides in the nasty split.
Brant, 63, alleged that Seymour, 41, had a drug and alcohol problem that required monitoring, while she called him "controlling" and accused him of having the family nanny spy on her.
In August, the New York Times reported that the couple's lawyers had filed some 12,000 pages of documents during the legal proceedings and "fractured an already delicate cadre of friends and family forced to take sides."
State Superior Court Judge Linda Munro wished the back-in-lovebirds a second chance at bliss.
"At the first hearing with you, I said I thought you were going to reconcile and I'd forgotten about it," Munro told the pair. "I'm a true believer in marriage. It's hard growing old together, but it's actually sort of fun."
Speaking of happily married Victoria's Secret ladies, read about newlywed Miranda Kerr's blissful news.