Their 2008 divorce cost him $46.76 million, but it's all good because true love conquers all.
Phil Collins and his third ex-wife, Orianne Cevey are officially back together, and will probably throw a second wedding.
"Our separation was the wrong decision," Cevey told Swiss newspaper SonntagsBlick.
"I now call Phil my husband again. We are so close that it does not actually make a difference if we are married or not, but we are determined to get married for a second time one day."
The couple reconciled in 2015, when Cevey was left partially paralized following complications from surgery on a slipped disc.
"We were always very close, because of the children... just last year, I realised that he is indeed the man of my life," Cevey added.
"I spent four months in hospital, and he took wonderful care of Matthew and Nicholas [the couple's two sons]. That was a great relief to me... we are meant for each other."
Collins confirmed the news to Billboard Magazine last month in New York.
"We went back because we realised we had made a mistake," Collins explained.
"A lot of people don't have that chance, or don't give themselves that chance. Our young sons Matthew and Nicholas are like a dog with two tails. I mean, they're just so happy.
"They've got their mum and dad back together, so it's a good place to be at the moment."
Collins has three other children - Lily Collins, 26, Simon, 39, and Joely, 43, from two previous marriages.