NeNe Leakes famously divorced her husband Gregg but then remarried him during a Bravo special.
Now it turns out that she isn't the only housewife to get back together with her ex.
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"We got divorced because we weren't in a good place in our relationship and there was kind of some infidelity and we weren't really in tune and connected," Dixon told OK! Magazine about their initial split. "Something had to change, and unfortunately it was drastic."
But years after calling it quits, the two are back under the same roof.
"We weren't living together when we got divorced," Dixon admitted. "He kind of moved in about two years after we got divorced."
The Dixons realized that something was missing.
"Juan and I have a very long history and we will always be family and connected and always have a genuine love for one another," she explained. "Around that time, it was almost like maybe light bulbs go off and you kind of realize that certain things you need to change. It kind of happened, we realized there was a much bigger picture out there for our family and us."
"The best way at that time to live life was to congregate together and be supportive of each other," Dixon continued. "We are each other's best friend and supporter — and the best way to get through some the things we were going through was together."
The exes now act like they are back together.
"We sleep in the same bed," Dixon confessed. "If you didn't know, if I didn't tell you, you would assume we are married just because we function as a couple kind of as we have always known each other."
But they are still exploring the their future together.
"The romantic part we're trying to figure out," she said. "We're going to have to make a decision at one point if we are going to stick together, really focus on the romantic part or is it we continue to be each other's best supporter, but move on and go separate ways romantically. We're kind of still in that grey area."
"Ideally, it would be great," she concluded. "But it's not that simple."
Real Housewives of Potomac premieres on Bravo Jan. 17 at 9 PM ET.