Across the pond, divorce selfies are becoming the new trend as couples celebrate reaching an amicable split by sharing the image on social media.

25 Sep 2015

The hashtag #divorceselfie has reportedly been circulating for some time now, but its publicity rose recently when a Canadian couple took a picture of themselves outside the courtroom where their divorce was confirmed. The image was shared over 36,000 times and encouraged others to follow suit.

One of the divorcees attributed the taking of the selfie to being 'kooky ' but surprisingly this has been surpassed in levels of eccentricity by couples live tweeting divorce proceedings.

A picture can tell a thousand words and a divorce selfie certainly symbolises the couple's positive reflections on the split. The divorcee added that the couple...

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