Don’t believe us? Ever since Florida exes Keith Hinson and Michelle Knight posted a divorce selfie back in 2014, former couples have been taking similar pics of their own.
Check out some more recent divorce snaps on Instagram below.
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Officially divorced this afternoon. Here's our #DivorceSelfie to commemorate the occasion. We also went to lunch afterwards. We couldn't make our marriage work, but there's no reason to fight. We don't hate each other (we're past that). #ItIsWhatItIs and this marriage was beyond saving. We still have a son to raise, and we will respect and support/help each other in the meantime. Every divorce should be like this one.
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D'day was classy. It was full of hugs, giggles and high fives. I'm so lucky to call this guy my best friend. He deserves nothing but the world. Cheers, Matty. 🍻 Oh! And then we met Bill Murray. #divorceselfie #billmurray #charleston #newbeginnings
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Divorce Selfie #1...Our Judge today was a beautiful, compassionate and progressive Judge, she looked at Carol and I and said that she could feel our love and that we are doing what's right for Claire, she said it is refreshing and then said with a hearty smile and a waiving of hands you two are having a FABULOUS divorce! We were surrounded by our loved ones today, Mrs. Singleton and my momma! El Paso County does have class!!! #DivorceSelfie #ElPasoCounty #Fabulous #JudgeIncredible #Blessed #BlessedToBeGay #Instagay #BeardedHomo @carolelainecosta
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December 2nd 2015 - 336/365 Here is Sarah Craft and I yesterday right after signing our separation agreement and filling for divorce. Judgment is to be pronounced in 30 days or so. This is the end of a long road (met in 2000 separated in 2010). The end of a 5 year tough and often tense negotiation. And so of course we are smiling. Not because it's been an easy thing to part away from a relationship we envisioned at one point would be for ever until it became obvious that it needed to end. But because we have been able to be patient and separate in a respectful and considerate way. I am smiling because our love for our daughter has guided us in putting her first and prevented our anger/distrust/hate of each other at times to get into her life. I am smiling because Valentina will never have to take sides after a basketball game or a concert because her parents will be sitting together, not in the opposite sides of the room. I am smiling because she won't have to deal with our shit and she may have even learned that love starts, changes, transforms and matures into different shapes and forms but hope and kindness can prevail. If you choose so. If you work hard at it. If you care enough to challenge all that you think you know. I am smiling because we are still standing as co-parents, still a family to Valentina, not a threat to our partners. I am smiling because we have been able to let go without getting bitter. This is possible. It is also possible to divorce that way. To do it from a peaceful place. To accept the struggle and be patient and unwind the shit and protect the children. Thank you Sarah. Good job on this one. I will just finish by saying that hope and kindness didn't come easy. A lot of people have helped along the way. Family, friends, pastors, shrinks, etc. you know who you are. Falling in love again was obviously miraculously helpful. Asking for help was the key. No room for ego here. December 1st was a good day. Let's see what December 2nd has in storage now #divorceselfie
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Divorce Selfie - are all the rage, and we couldn't resist the opportunity to jump on the bandwagon; not because it's a celebration of a family divided, instead it speaks to the amicable split of two individuals. Gil [officially my ex-husband] and I have been separated for 6 years. On this day, October 1, 2015 our marriage is legally dissolved. We are in agreement about many things, one being we will always occupy a special place in each others heart. Grateful to have had the chance to love him, become his wife, bear our child, and now call him my forever-friend. #teamnyla #divorceselfie
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