Jennifer Lopez doesn’t waste time getting again to what she greatest — trying superb whereas getting from one place to the following! Recent off her Italian getaway, the Marry Me star and brand-new bride stepped out in Los Angeles on August 8, rocking an sudden tie-dye rainbow look! In images, Jennifer surprised within the eye-catching ensemble, which consisted of brilliant sweats and a hoodie, bright-pink assertion sun shades, and outsized hoop earrings. She additionally carried a inexperienced Birkin bag and a cellphone. The “Jenny from The Block” icon completed off the look with an ideal pink manicure and traditional Nike sneakers with neon particulars.
JLo’s loud look comes after she was seen sporting a breezy blue outfit for a beautiful photoshoot on a yacht in Capri, Italy. However she’s additionally been throwing out bridal vibes with gorgeous white seems, amongst different vogue statements, ever since her shock July sixteenth nuptials to Ben Affleck in Las Vegas.
She shocked and delighted followers by rocking a marriage gown from an “previous film” for the ceremony, and later revealing that she legally took Ben’s final title — she’s now Jennifer Lynne Affleck. Bennifer 2.0 spent a little bit time aside after their leisurely European family-style honeymoon, with Jennifer staying in Europe for work, and Ben returning to Los Angeles.
A supply near Jen advised HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY final week that the time aside actually hasn’t undermined their new union and has actually made their love “stronger.” Moreover, earlier than JLo returned to Los Angeles, the supply tells HL she spent lots of time connecting along with her new hubby by way of telephone. “They’re all the time speaking, texting, FaceTiming, and even camming when they’re aside working,” they stated within the unique feedback. “And the time that they spend away from one another makes reuniting once more that a lot better. JLo loves the truth that she is aware of her husband shall be there for her it doesn’t matter what.”
Mary Ellers is Wahu Times’s senior journalist covering federal politics. She has previously wrote for NPR and is a regular contributor to Medium. Mary graduated from Georgetown University’s journalism school with distinction in 2014.