Celebrity Engagement: Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck get engaged, again

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck are engaged. This is the second time that the star couple have got engaged. However, this time the Marry Me star made a simple announcement through her newsletter On the JLo. Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez have been linked from decades. They split up, married other partners, had children with them, divorced them and Bennifer as they were dubbed by the media are back together again.

JLo taped a video for her fans. She was seen wearing a green diamond engagement ring. Her sister Lynda confirmed the engagement on her Instagram account. A rep for the movie star confirmed the news to PEOPLE.

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In 2001, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez met on the set of “Gigli.” Although the movie was a failure, it successfully brought the two stars together in a relationship. However, the relationship floundered, partly due to media scrutiny and both the stars went parted ways, just before their wedding date, in 2004. They remained friends through the decades they spent apart from each other.

Ben Affleck later married Jennifer Garner. They have three children—Violet, Seraphina and Samuel. They got divorced. Jennifer Lopez married Marc Anthony. They have twins Emme and Max.They also got divorced. JLo was later engaged to Alex Rodriguez. When the relationship fell apart, it was Affleck who helped her cope as they rekindled their romance.

 



The 52-year old star has done well for herself as a judge on Americans Idol, acted in several movies and recorded music. The 49-year actor who also won an Oscar for producing Argo had also done well for himself.

Both the former lovers met when they were free of prior commitments and have been happy together in the past few months. Now, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez have once again taken another step forward in their relationship by getting engaged.

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