Bennifer: Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez marry in Las Vegas

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    Hollywood actors Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez were wed in Las Vegas, according to Lopez.

    “The task was completed by us. The beauty of love. Kindness is the nature of love. Love is patient, it turns out. “Twenty years of endurance,” On the JLo website, she sent a message.

    In January 2004, they cancelled their initial arrangement.

    As they publicly shared their restored love on social media, the couple’s news of their reunion last year drove fans into a frenzy.

    In Nevada’s Clark County Clerk’s Office, which maintains records for Las Vegas, it is noted that Lopez plans to adopt the name, Jennifer Affleck.

    The movie and singing diva, OntheJLo, wrote on her website that the couple had travelled to Las Vegas on Saturday and had lined up with four other couples for a marriage license.

    She wrote, “They were right when they said, ‘All you need is love.’ We have never had more to look forward to in life, and we are so grateful to have it in abundance; a new great family of five amazing children.”

    As the celebrity got ready for the wedding, her hairstylist, Chris Appleton, posted a video of her on Instagram wearing her wedding gown.

    The couple, known to their followers as Ben and Jennifer, first connected while working on the film Gigli in 2002. They were engaged in 2003 but called it quits the following year, citing “excessive media attention.”

    Bennifer 2.0 was given to the pair by fans after they rekindled their romance and frequently uploaded pictures and videos of their romantic getaways and time spent with their families online.

    The fourth marriage for Lopez. From 2004 to 2014, she was married to musician Marc Anthony, with whom she had twins.

    From 2005 through 2018, Affleck was wed to actress Jennifer Garner, with whom he has three kids.

    The ceremony was the “greatest conceivable wedding we could have envisioned, one we dreamed of long ago and one made actual at very, very long last,” according to Lopez’s statement.