Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Fualaau will sit down with ABC's Barbara Walters in a special interview commemorating their 10-year anniversary this Friday.
Do you remember her? If not, well, you won't believe this ...
Ten years is a big milestone for any relationship, no doubt about it.
Of all couples to have made it through a decade of marriage, however, this would have to rank among the most unlikely, if not at the very top of the list.
For these two, things did not begin on the most conventional note.
Mary Kay Letourneau, now Mary Kay Letourneau Fualaau, was 34 years old and working as a schoolteacher in 1996 when she began an affair with Vili.
Fualaau, her student, was only 13 years old at the time. Thirteen.
She was arrested, convicted and sentenced to seven-and-a-half years in prison for the sexual tryst, with played out in the tabloids for weeks at the time.
As you can see in the gallery below, she's not the first teacher to wind up in legal trouble for engaging in an affair with a student, nor will she be the last.
The most stunning part of her story was yet to come, though ...
Less than a year after being released in 2005, Letourneau and Fualaau married, and the happy couple will mark their 10th wedding anniversary on May 20.
Oh, and their unorthodox romance gets even crazier still:
Walters' interview will introduce their two teenage daughters, Audrey and Georgia, both of whom were conceived before Letourneau's prison sentence.
According to ABC, the interview will include Letourneau discussing how she and her husband have made their marriage work in spite of their age difference.
Moreover, Letourneau will also explain how she will try, despite the formidable obstacles, to have her sex offender status lifted and pursue teaching again.
Fualaau, meanwhile, will talk about his struggles with alcoholism, and both of them will no doubt have much more to say about how they've stuck this out.
It should be interesting to watch, to say the least.
How are other famous couples with big age differences managing these days? In many cases, they've proven that you really are only as old as you feel.