Ben Affleck shared a sweet moment with his mom at his wedding party with Jennifer Lopez last month.
Christopher Ann Bolt attended with more than 100 friends and family at Ben’s 87-acre property in Georgia on August 20 to celebrate his son and new daughter-in-law.
In a photo shared in Thursday’s edition of Lopez’s On The JLo newsletter, as the Oscar-winning actor kissed her forehead, Bolt held her eldest son’s arm (she’s also the mother of Affleck’s brother Casey Affleck). Ben, 50, wears a white button-down shirt with a linen vest and pants.
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The day before the ceremony, Boruto was treated at a local hospital after reportedly injuring his leg.
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Ben’s older brother Casey, 47, was unable to attend the wedding weekend in Georgia, but welcomed Lopez into the family in an Instagram post shared that Sunday.
“Good things are worth the wait,” he wrote, along with a memorable photo of Ben and Lopez, 53, walking in Los Angeles in August 2002. .”
“Welcome to the family. Get ready for real dysfunction! Just kidding. Just kidding,” Casey continued.
The Oscar winner ended the post, writing, “Jen, you are a gem. We love you so much!!!” With a red heart emoji.
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With Lopez after they first dated from 2002 to 2004 Argo The actor and director rekindled their romance last year and announced their engagement in April.
Their celebration in Georgia attracted several A-list names, including Ben’s best friend Matt Damon and wife Luciana Barroso. Also in attendance was model/actress Pia Miller.
In Thursday’s newsletter, Lopez said she and Ben “laughed the night before about getting married again at our age.” No, but somehow it seemed like the only age that made sense now.