Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck Walk Hand-In-Hand Through Los Angeles
On Saturday, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez enjoyed a casual afternoon date out in Los Angeles walking through the Brentwood Country Mart hand-in-hand. Lopez was wearing a belted black dress with three quarter sleeves and chunky white sneakers. She accessorized with orange sunglasses, a black bag to match her dress, and some simple gold jewelry.
Affleck was wearing a plaid shirt in red and grey over a white t-shirt and a pair of black jeans and black and white sneakers. He was carrying an iced coffee in one hand with his other in the hand of his fiancée.
The couple recently became engaged for a second time, with Lopez releasing images of her engagement ring on her website. It was a very similar style to the ring Affleck presented her with during their first engagement, but that ring centered a pink diamond and the new ring is suspected to be a rare green diamond.
A source told People a few days after the announcement that they are “thrilled about the engagement” and the couple “wanted to make sure this is it” before it was official.
The source added, “Their relationship is different this time because they are older, more mature and able to deal with any obstacles…They are both taking their relationship very seriously. They want to make it work no matter what.”
Lopez herself told People that things between them were very different from when they were together in the early 2000s.
“We’re older now,” she said. “We’re smarter, we have more experience, we’re at different places in our lives, we have kids now, and we have to be very conscious of those things.”
Lopez continued, “It’s a beautiful outcome that this has happened in this way at this time in our lives where we can really appreciate and celebrate each other and respect each other…We always did [that], but we have even more of an appreciation because we know that life can take you in different directions.”
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