Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck’s rekindled romance has single-handedly got most of us through the last few months, and the lovebirds have finally made it Instagram official.
The singer 51, gave the people what they were asking for this weekend and shared a cute snap of her and Ben, 48, sharing a kiss to her Instagram account.lopez
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The couple, who were engaged between 2002 and 2004 but cancelled their planned wedding in 2003 and splitting just months later, got back together this year following Jennifer’s split from Alex Rodriguez, 45.
It’s the first time Ben and Jennifer have confirmed their romance on their own social media accounts, with Jen simply captioning the snaps: ‘5 2 … what it do …’
The pair have, however, been photographed kissing multiple times in recent weeks, even heading on holiday to The Hamptons.
They were also pictured cuddling in a photo shared to pal Leah Remini’s account the day before sharing their kissing picture, posing in a photo booth alongside Leah.
Their rekindled romance is said to be getting so serious that reports suggest they are planning to move in together ‘very soon’ and both want to be ‘involved’ in each other’s children’s lives.
A source told Us Weekly: ‘Ben and Jen are spending almost every night together when they’re not working. They plan on moving in together very soon.’
They added: ‘They’re fully committed to taking the next steps and spending the rest of their lives together… As far as they’re both concerned, they’re just blessed to have found each other and discovered true love, which most people can only ever dream about.’
Jen recently swerved questions about her new/old romance with Ben, after Today’s Hoda Kotb asked: ‘You look happier. Look, I just have to tell you, every time I see a picture of you and Ben, I’m like, “She looks happier, she looks happier”. Are we happier?’
Jennifer replied: ‘I’m always happy when I see you Hoda,’ to which Hoda pressed: ‘Wait, it’s me you’re talking to, you know that.’
‘I know,’ Jennifer replied, adding: ‘You can call me. You have my number.’
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