Pamela Anderson and Halle Berry have been there and done that. Now both women are trading in future wedding dresses for the single life.
Anderson confessed in her online diary that she'd been through a "rough month" and that she intended to remain a single mom for the sake of her two sons.
Anderson wrote, "I've tried to remarry -- move on -- like any other single mom I've tried to create a healthy example for my kids always. That's why I realized early on that we are better off on our own right now."
Anderson has recently been photographed smooching her first ex-husband, Tommy Lee, with whom she has two sons.
Anderson said Lee "has been in their lives in a productive but small way over the years."
She says she intends to "work on our friendship if nothing else with their father [Lee] who's admittedly made mistakes but adores us."
Anderson, 39, divorced her second husband, Kid Rock, after a four-month marriage.
Similarly, Oscar-winning actress Berry says she's totally over getting married. Though she's dating model Gabriel Aubry, Berry says she doesn't plan to walk down the aisle with him -- or anybody.
In this month's InStyle magazine, Berry said, "I will never, never get married again. I've come to a place where I think two people can share their lives without the ring, without the piece of paper."
Berry has been married twice. Her first marriage in 1992 to pro baseball player David Justice ended in divorce. Justice played with the Atlanta Braves, and the couple found it difficult to maintain their relationship while he was playing baseball and she was filming elsewhere.
Berry's second marriage in 2001 to singer Eric Benet also ended in divorce.
Berry told InStyle magazine, "After my last relationship [with actor Michael Ealy] broke up I was feeling like, well, it wasn't that I didn't want to be in a relationship, it's just that I thought it would be OK to be on my own."
As far as children are concerned, Berry, 40, says not being married won't stop her from wanting kids.
Berry added, "I definitely want children. Very much. I want my kids to realize it's only through hard work that any success or real joy comes."
Both Berry and Anderson seem to be thriving in their independence. Berry's new movie, "Perfect Stranger," is set to open in theaters soon, and Anderson will be reteaming with "Baywatch" producers for another beachfront TV show.
Their professional lives may be doing well, but their vows of singledom are sure to break many a man's heart.