Jennifer Lopez feels 'incredibly blessed' to be able to build a family with Ben Affleck

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Jennifer Lopez feels "incredibly blessed" to be able to build a family with Ben Affleck.

The couple has five children between them.

The On the Floor hitmaker marked Father's Day by sharing a montage of old and new videos and photos of her and her fiancé Ben. 

In the voiceover on Instagram, the 52-year-old star is gushing about her life with the actor and director, with whom she rekindled her relationship last year. 

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"This is the best time of my life. I love my career, but nothing is more important and more fulfilling to me than being able to build a family with someone who I love deeply and who is just as dedicated to family and to each other as we can be," JLo says.

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"And I just feel incredibly blessed," she shares with her 214 million followers.

Jennifer and Ben don't share any children together. He is a father to three children from his marriage to Jennifer Garner, while JLo has 14-year-old twins Emme and Max with her ex-husband Marc Anthony. 

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