Maybe. But the recent science evidence is not especially encouraging for that.
It is generally believed that the early universe widely inflated. So, reporting on a recent article submitted to Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, Stony Brook astrophysicist Paul Sutter points out:
First off, they found that eternal inflation wasn’t nearly as common as originally thought. Their explanation for why cosmologists had thought eternal inflation was generic was because those earlier cosmologists had studied only a limited set of models. They found that many viable inflation models (“viable” here means they didn’t obviously contradict observations) didn’t lead to an eternally inflating scenario. PAUL SUTTER, “HOW REAL IS THE MULTIVERSE?” AT SPACE.COM (DECEMBER 16, 2021)
Takehome: Maybe it is much easier for us to imagine an infinite number of ourselves than for nature to make it happen. Works the same with money… – News, “In an infinity of universes, is another you reading this article?” at Mind Matters News (December 18, 2021)
You may also wish to read: In an infinity of universes, countless ones are run by cats… Daniel Díaz notes that most of the talk about the multiverse started to appear once it was realized that there was fine-tuning in nature. Robert J. Marks points out that even 10 to the 1000th power of universes would only permit 3,322 different paths. Infinity is required but unprovable.