October 6, 2022

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Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck didn't let a stomach bug ruin their big day

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck didn’t let a stomach bug ruin their big day

This is according to the star herself, who was at the end of it the news She opened up about the “unexpected setbacks” that threatened to spoil her wedding to Ben Affleck.

“It rained at sunset every day that week. Everyone was worried about the heat, the details aptly called ‘love bugs’, would the guests all arrive on time, etc.—not to mention the thunder and lightning that almost arrived in Every day at the exact time the celebration was supposed to begin on Saturday,” Lopez wrote. “Oh, we’ve all had stomach bugs and have been recovering until late in the week so that, along with some other unexpected setbacks, we had all the makings of a wedding weekend.”

But like a page ripped from one of its rom-com files, it all worked out.

“On the forty-sixth, Saturday, the 20th of August, the sun set and cast its rays like little diamonds dancing across the river behind the makeshift altar in our backyard,” she wrote. “The sky was a clear blue, and the distant clouds of clear white were still in the sky. As the sun set behind the lively oaks draped with Spanish moss, a warm breeze swept across the grass where our closest relatives and friends sat, and after a long time–at last, I began to walk on the stairs which It will become the path that will lead me towards the rest of my life.”

This scene, apparently directed by God Himself, ended with the words “I do” (Second, technically) Lopez said, the day it was A complete divine circle.

The pair first met in December 2001 on the set of the movie “Gigli,” where they played criminals stuck in a job together and the pair established a true friendship. By November 2002, the two were engaged, but postponed their marriage in September 2003 due to the “excessive media attention” surrounding their pending marriage.

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They never made it to the aisle and officially canceled their engagement in January 2004.

They were romantically reunited after almost 17 years.

Lopez wrote, “Years ago, we had no idea that the road ahead would mean navigating so many labyrinths and bearing so many surprises, blessings and joys. And it all culminated in this moment, one of the most perfect moments of our lives.” “We couldn’t have been happier. I wish you all the same kind of happiness… the kind hard-earned that is all sweeter for the journey that came before it.”

Someone writes this script and gives me ten tickets.