Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez expand their family

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Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez expanded their family by adopting a pet.

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The newlyweds were seen engaging in a public display of affection while back in Los Angeles over the weekend, before heading to an animal shelter in the city with JLo’s 14-year-old twins , Max and Emme, whom she shares with ex-husband Mark Antoine.

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Max was then seen carrying a cardboard box out of the center, but it’s not yet known which animal was chosen.

The visit was captured by photographs released Sunday by the Mail onlinefollowing the couple’s wedding at Ben’s $8.9 million (C$11.6 million) plantation-style estate in Georgia last month, followed by a honeymoon in Italy.

While sharing nuptial details, singer JLo, 53, posted an image of herself in a white Ralph Lauren dress next to the 50-year-old “Batman” actor dancing under a neon sign that read: “Mr. Mrs. Affleck.

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Lopez said: “When he saw me appear at the top of the stairs at that moment, it made absolute sense while still seeming incredibly hard to believe, like the best dream, where all you want is. is never to wake you up.

“I probably would have had many of the same thoughts if I hadn’t been concentrating so hard not to trip over my dress, but when I got close enough to see her face, it had the same wonderful meaning to me.

“Some old wounds were healed that day and the weight of the past was finally lifted from our shoulders. Full loop – and not at all like we expected. Better.”

She also described their wedding reception by sharing a quote Affleck wrote for his 2016 film “Live by Night,” which read, “It’s heaven. Here. We’re in it now.

The couple, nicknamed ‘Bennifer’, first met after meeting on the set of the 2003 flop movie ‘Gigli’, before breaking off their engagement in 2004.

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