Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck marry in Vegas

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  • Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck married in Las Vegas over the weekend.
  • The singer took to Instagram sharing a photo of herself in bed with a band on her ring finger.
  • "Love is beautiful. Love is kind. And it turns out love is patient. Twenty years patient," she said.


Singer Jennifer Lopez and actor Ben Affleck have married in Las Vegas, media reported on Sunday, after the celebrity couple rekindled a romance almost 20 years after they first got together.

The couple announced their matrimony in a newsletter from Lopez through her On The JLo platform revealing that they flew to the desert city in Nevada to gain a marriage license and wed at a chapel late Saturday, according to People.

"Love is beautiful. Love is kind. And it turns out love is patient. Twenty years patient. Exactly what we wanted," Lopez said in the newsletter, the outlet reported.

The newsletter was signed "Mrs. Jennifer Lynn Affleck," The Los Angeles Times reported, denoting a name change for the award-winning entertainer.

A representative for Affleck could not immediately be reached for comment. Phones rang unanswered at Lopez's talent agency, Creative Artists Agency.

A marriage license was obtained in their name from Clark County dated Saturday, 16 July, according to document details posted online by the county clerk's office.

Lopez posted a photo on social media depicting her in a bed while sporting a silver wedding ring.

Affleck and Lopez, a glamorous duo widely known as "Bennifer," got back together last year after almost 20 years. They got engaged in April of this year.

In 2002 Affleck gave Lopez a large 6.1-carat pink diamond engagement ring, but they abruptly called off their wedding in 2003 and split up a few months later.


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