Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck Continue Their PDA Tour by Making Out on a Naples Dock
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Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck continue their PDA summer - this time in Italy. Per TMZ, the newly reunited couple was seen kissing on a dock in Naples, Italy during their European yacht trip. The yacht they're on costs $ 1.1 million, according to TMZ.
This isn't the first time Lopez and Affleck have shared PDAs on this trip. They reenacted Jenny From the Block's butt rubbing scene, shared a public Instagram kiss on J.Lo's 52nd birthday, and made out at a restaurant in Nerano, Italy.
"You have a nice trip," a source told People. “You celebrated Jens birthday yesterday evening in a club. She looked beautiful and was very happy. "
They also wore lacy summer outfits (a red striped bikini top and white culottes for J.Lo and a tie-dye polo by Ralph Lauren for Affleck) during their ultimate summer yachting trip. J.Lo added her gold "Ben" necklace to the look. The bespoke Foundrae Charm necklace was a gift from Affleck to Lopez for her birthday.
“The custom piece Ben created for Jennifer was a clear expression of her love, but it's also a reminder of her ability to change and grow,” creative director and co-founder Beth Bugdaycay told E !. “For example, one of the medallions he chose represents resilience, which we call wild, plentiful, and untamed. The flowers are nourished with passion and continue to bloom even in the dark against adversity. But we cannot separate the flower from its thorn. The thorn is the risk we take for something we love, for a life without reservation. "
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