What Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck were doing instead of becoming the most striking couple. Future spouses continue to implement joint plans

What Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck were doing instead of becoming the most striking couple. Future spouses continue to implement joint plans
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What Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck were doing instead of becoming the most striking couple. Future spouses continue to implement joint plans.

These two could easily outshine any of the A-list guests at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute ball. Still, they preferred modest solitude and the arrangement of common life. There have been no official reports on why Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez decided to skip the iconic event. However, they were guests at the Met Gala last year, and, although they didn't pose together on the red carpet, they were seen kissing during the party.

On Tuesday, the bride and groom avoiding lavish events, were seen in casual clothes on their way to a music studio in Los Angeles. Both chose casual outfits in light colors: J. Lo preferred gray flannel trousers with suspenders and a white T-shirt, while Ben wore gray linen trousers and a beige pullover.

In addition to everyday family and work concerns, Jen and Ben continue to search for their dream home. A deal to buy a $55 million Bel Air mansion fell through, and the pair were spotted touring the former estate of film mogul Aaron Spelling over the weekend.

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Earlier, Lopez once showed fans a huge diamond that had a special meaning for her: green is the singer's favorite color, which brings her good luck. "It means so much when someone thinks about you, loves you, and notices what is important to you," the pop diva shares with tears in her eyes. So far, J. Lo and Ben Affleck have not made official statements about the upcoming wedding, as they are now preoccupied with finding a new home for the whole family. However, the couple was spotted in the Los Angeles suburb of Holmby Hills the day before to view the $165 million estates. 

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