Ben Affleck adoringly watched his girlfriend Jennifer Lopez as he was stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic Wednesday morning.
The actor was filmed staring at Lopez as she looked up in frustration. Affleck, 48, is said to have driven Lopez, 51, to her home.
The couple are said to spend every night together.
“Ben and Jen spend almost every night together when they’re not working,” an insider said. Us weekly earlier this month. “They plan to move in together very soon. “
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The two even started looking for a home, according to the outlet.
“The last few months have been a whirlwind,” said another source. “They are well aware that some cynics still see it as flashy big attention and roll their eyes at the speed of it all, but they don’t mind one iota. They are fully determined to take the next steps and spend the rest of their lives together. “
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Lopez and Affleck rekindled their relationship after the singer and her fiance, Alex Rodriguez, broke up in April.
“We realized that we are better as friends and can’t wait to stay that way,” the couple said in a statement at the time.
Affleck and Lopez had previously been engaged for about two years. The two separated in 2004, and Affleck married actress Jennifer Garner in 2005. The couple – who share three children together – divorced in 2018.
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Lopez recently spoke about his album “This Is Me… Then”, which included songs written about his then romance with Affleck. “Loving You”, “All I Have” and “Dear Ben” were all inspired by the “Gone Girl” actor.
“It was a while. When you go back and hear that, you hear the purity and love there, ”Lopez told Apple Music 1’s Ebro Darden.“ And I think that’s why people have gone back because they’ve seen different things happening in my life now and they’re like, “Wow, really? And I think it gave people hope. … Some things last forever. ”