They tied the knot in a secret and intimate ceremony in Las Vegas during the weekend and, since then, haven’t relented from displaying affection to each other, even in front of their kids.
Photos via The Daily Mail showed the couple kissing passionately while they had dinner at Le Matignon restaurant in Paris.
The couple appeared unfazed despite the presence of Affleck’s teenage daughter, Violet, who was left to helplessly third wheel beside them. Her sister, 13-year-old Seraphina, later joined them on their honeymoon.
Read on for more details.
Affleck’s Daughter Was A Third Wheel At His Honeymoon
The newlyweds displayed a huge amount of PDA as they enjoyed their honeymoon in Paris with their blended family.
The couple couldn’t stop locking lips as they dined in Le Matignon restaurant in the city of love on Thursday evening, with Affleck’s 16-year-old daughter, Violet, awkwardly watching on.
In a new series of pictures released by The Daily Mail, Lopez was featured pulling Affleck in by wrapping her hands around his head for a steamy smooch.
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Violet’s sister, Seraphina, and Lopez’s 14-year-old twins, Emme and Max, were later seen joining them at the restaurant.
The “Marry Me” actress donned a red long-sleeved maxi dress and accessorized it with a shimmering silver necklace. She completed the look by wearing a pair of platform beige heels and packed her hair in a simple bun.
On the other hand, Affleck appeared in high spirits as he wore a suit which was composed of a suit jacket, white shirt, suave trousers, and a beige tie. He completed his outfit with black shoes.
Affleck’s Children Were Present At Their Wedding
Jennifer Garner married Affleck in 2005, and the pair called it quits ten years later. They share three kids– Violet, Seraphina, and Samuel– and have an amicable relationship as they co-parent their children.
His children were present to witness him tie the nuptial knot to Lopez in Las Vegas last week.
Although Garner wasn’t present at the wedding, she didn’t shy away from sharing relatable and humorous comments on her social media.
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Garner took to her Instagram story to repost a funny motivational tweet, which read, “Hey, if tacos can totally fall apart and still be amazing, so can you.”
While she hasn’t expressed her assent or dissent about the duo’s wedding, she shared what she had been up to in a video posted on her Instagram.
It featured a clip of herself hovering over Lake Tahoe while parasailing. She also posted an image of herself in front of the lake on one of her Instagram stories.
The Officiating Minister Felt Lopez And Affleck’s Love
No doubt, love was in the air during the duo’s wedding ceremony last weekend. This was confirmed by the officiating minister, Ryan Wolfe, who shared with People that Lopez and Affleck’s love was evident throughout the ceremony.
“Absolutely, you can see the love they had for each other. They truly care and love each other,” Wolfe began. “I have done probably 10,000 weddings now, and by this point in my life, I get a feel of couples — I can tell it was real.”
He proceeded to describe the nuptials, which took place at A Little Wedding Chapel, “It was an emotional moment they shared. It was real and evident for sure. After seeing them and the love they have for each other, I 100 percent believe they will last. They will make it. I believe they found their soulmates. I do believe they’re meant for each other.”
The Chapel Coordinator Called The Wedding Beautiful
Chapel Coordinator Kenosha Booth also shared the same sentiments as Wolfe. She acknowledged that the wedding was “beautiful” and some “tears were shared” by the pair.
Affleck and Lopez were previously engaged in the early 2000s. However, they called it off at the time because of differing opinions regarding settling down.
The pair later got back together in 2021, and the “Deep Water” actor proposed in April. They constantly spoke about eloping for months before they settled on the idea of marrying in Vegas, as reported by a source.
“Jen and Ben have already had big weddings beforehand, so the pageantry isn’t as important to them as it once was,” the source shared with UsWeekly. They also added that the newlyweds “want to celebrate their love with a bigger ceremony for friends and family.”