Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Fualaau discuss their 10th wedding anniversary on '20/20'

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20/20 - A BARBARA WALTERS EXCLUSIVE - ABC News' Barbara Walters interviews Mary Kay Letourneau Fualaau and husband Vili Fualaau, on the eve of their 10th anniversary sharing intimate details about their headline-making marriage, which will air on 20/20 on FRIDAY, APRIL 10 (10-11 pm, ET) on the ABC Television Network. (Photo by Heidi Gutman/ABC via Getty Images)
NORMANDY PARK, WA - APRIL 27: (EXCLUSIVE) Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Fualaau during a photo shoot at her beach front home April 27, 2006 in Normandy Park, Washington. Letourneau spent more than seven years in jail for having sex with Vili Fualaau when he was her 12-year old student. The two will celebrate their one-year wedding anniversary on May 20, 2006. (Photo by Ron Wurzer/Getty Images)
NORMANDY PARK, WA - APRIL 27: (EXCLUSIVE) Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Fualaau during a photo shoot at her beach front home April 27, 2006 in Normandy Park, Washington. Letourneau spent more than seven years in jail for having sex with Vili Fualaau when he was her 12-year old student. The two will celebrate their one-year wedding anniversary on May 20, 2006. (Photo by Ron Wurzer/Getty Images)
NORMANDY PARK, WA - APRIL 27: (EXCLUSIVE) Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Fualaau (R) during a photo shoot at her beach front home April 27, 2006 in Normandy Park, Washington. Letourneau spent more than seven years in jail for having sex with Vili Fualaau when he was her 12-year old student. The two will celebrate their one-year wedding anniversary on May 20, 2006. (Photo by Ron Wurzer/Getty Images)
NORMANDY PARK, WA - APRIL 27: (EXCLUSIVE) Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Fualaau (R) during a photo shoot at her beach front home April 27, 2006 in Normandy Park, Washington. Letourneau spent more than seven years in jail for having sex with Vili Fualaau when he was her 12-year old student. The two will celebrate their one-year wedding anniversary on May 20, 2006. (Photo by Ron Wurzer/Getty Images)
NORMANDY PARK, WA - APRIL 27: (EXCLUSIVE) Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Fualaau (R) during a photo shoot at her beach front home April 27, 2006 in Normandy Park, Washington. Letourneau spent more than seven years in jail for having sex with Vili Fualaau when he was her 12-year old student. The two will celebrate their one-year wedding anniversary on May 20, 2006. (Photo by Ron Wurzer/Getty Images)
Vili Fualaau testify Wednesday, April 3, 2002, in his and his mother's civil lawsuit against the City of Des Moines and the Highline School District at the Regional Justice Center in Kent, Wash. Fualaau, 18, and his mother, Soona Vili, are seeking $1 million from the city claiming police and school officials should have kept Fualaau from having sex with his teacher Mary Kay Letourneau. (AP Photo/Matt Brashears, Pool)
Vili Fualaau, 18, smiles with his mother, Soona Vili, and his attorney, Greg Hollon, right, during a break from his testimony Wednesday, April 3, 2002, in his and his mother's lawsuit against the City of Des Moines and the Highline School District at the Regional Justice Center in Kent, Wash. Fualaau and his mother claim police and school officials should have kept Fualaau from having sex with teacher Mary Kay Letourneau. (AP Photo/Pool, Matt Brashears)
NORMANDY PARK, WA - MAY 8: Mary Letourneau, 43, and her fiance Vili Fualaau, 22, enter their home on May 8, 2005 in the Seattle suburb Normandy Park, WA. Letourneau spent more than 7 years in jail for having sex with Fualaau when he was her 12-year old student, and the two have announced plans to wed this May. (Photo by Ron Wurzer/Getty Images)
NORMANDY PARK, WA - MAY 8: Mary Letourneau, 43, and her fiance Vili Fualaau, 22, and their two children drive along the beach from their home on May 8, 2005 in the Seattle suburb Normandy Park, WA. Letourneau spent more than 7 years in jail for having sex with Fualaau when he was her 12-year old student, and the two have announced plans to wed this May. (Photo by Ron Wurzer/Getty Images)
SEATAC, WA - APRIL 3: Vili Fualaau appears in court in SeaTac, Washington April 3, 2006 for a hearing to determine if he is to stand trial on a drunken driving charge. The judge set a trial date for April 26 for Fualaa, the husband of Mary Kay Letourneau, his former sixth grade teacher who was convicted of child rape for having sex with Fualaau. (Photo by Ron Wurzer/Getty Images)
NORMANDY PARK, WA - APRIL 26: Mary Kay Letourneau at her beach front home April 26, 2006 in Normandy Park, Washington. Letourneau spent more than seven years in jail for having sex with Vili Fualaau when he was her 12-year old student. The two will celebrate their one-year wedding anniversary on May 20, 2006. (Photo by Ron Wurzer/Getty Images)
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A decade and two daughters later, infamous former teacher Mary Kay Letourneau and her student-turned-lover-turned-husband Vili Fualaau are still going strong.

The controversial couple recently sat down with Barbara Walters for an exclusive interview airing on 20/20 Friday, in which they're set to share intimate details about their relationship ahead of their 10th wedding anniversary this May. Letourneau, now 53, served seven and a half years in prison starting in 1998 for her intimate relationship with Fualaau, now 31. At the start of their relationship, she was 34, while Fualaau was her 13-year-old student.

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According to ABC News, Letourneau surprisingly plans to teach again. She's also trying to have her status as a registered sex offender lifted. For his part, Fualaau discussed his struggle with alcoholism, depression, and "why he believes the system failed him while he was still a minor."

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The couple also introduced the world to their two teenage daughters Audrey and Georgia for the first time. Audrey was born while Letourneau was out on bail in May 1997, and Georgia was born while she was still serving her sentence in 1998. Letourneau also has four children from her first marriage. As ABC notes, the girls "are now older than Vili when he conceived them."

Letourneau and Fualaau were married on May 20, 2005 in Washington, after Fualaau filed a motion in court requesting a reversal of the no-contact order against his now-wife. The two are still together to this day.

"I mean, I just love to sit back and watch him with our girls," the former schoolteacher told Dateline about her husband in 2006. "Even how he interacts with my older children...and how he takes care of our girls, but part of why we are together, is the way we both see just people in general. And, so that extends to my children. He's an amazing father."

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