Jennifer Lopez Reveals She and Ben Affleck Faced ‘Unexpected Setbacks’ Before ‘Perfect’ Ga. Wedding

Jennifer Lopez is recounting the events leading up to her wedding celebration with Ben Affleck in Georgia.

Lopez, 53, and Affleck, 50, had a larger celebration on Aug. 20 in front of 135 friends and family at the Oscar-winning actor’s 87-acre compound on Hampton Island Preserve, nearly a month after marrying in Las Vegas during an intimate ceremony.

Lopez revealed more details about their special weekend in her On the JLo newsletter on Thursday, including the couple’s “unexpected setbacks” prior to the celebration.

“Every day that week, it rained at sunset. Everyone was concerned about the heat, the aptly named ‘love bugs,’ the details, whether or not all of the guests would arrive on time, and so on — not to mention the thunder and lightning that arrived almost on cue each day at the exact time the ceremony was supposed to begin that Saturday “She penned a letter.

“Oh, and we all caught a stomach bug and were recovering until late in the week, which, combined with a few other unexpected setbacks, had all the makings of a doozy of a wedding weekend.”

Christopher Anne Boldt, Affleck’s mother, was also treated at a local hospital after allegedly injuring her leg the day before the ceremony.

Affleck’s mother, Christopher Anne Boldt, was also treated at a local hospital after reportedly injuring her leg the day before the ceremony.

However, Lopez said that the weekend ended up being “better” than they planned.

“The truth is, I never had one doubt,” she wrote in her newsletter. “All week I felt the calm and easy certainty that we were in God’s hands…”


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