Jennifer Lopez wears ‘Jennifer & Ben’ necklace, days after showing off ‘Mrs’ necklace

Love is coming for newlyweds Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck who just can’t seem to flaunt it their romantic fairy tale. And, it looks like JLO wants to keep it close to her heart, quite literally, as she posts a series of photos on Instagram with a ‘Jennifer & Ben’ necklace.

In the pictures, 53 years old can be seen pairing the gorgeous necklace with Halston’s white silk cape and white fur coat. She also wears a long hummingbird necklace and a pair Diamond teardrop earrings from Raven Fine Jewelers.

With her hair in a sleek low bun, American singer and actress Add finishing touches with smoky eyeshadow, mascara eyes, blush and blush and nude lip color.

Earlier, the newlyweds shared photos of her wearing a pretty diamond necklace that reads ‘Mrs’. She paired this necklace with black underwear underneath the black pajamas. “I’ve been thinking… today’s comfortable, cozy writing session,” she captioned the post.

While Lopez doesn’t hesitate to show her love to her husband, some have criticized her for taking Affleck’s last name. Addressing the backlash, she said, “What? Really? People will still call me Jennifer Lopez. But my legal name would be Mrs. Affleck because we were joined together. We are husband and wife. I’m proud of it. I don’t think that’s a problem.”

When asked if she wanted her husband to take the name Lopez, she added, “No! It is not traditional. It doesn’t have any romantic with it. It feels like a strong move, you know what I mean? I have a lot of control over my own life and destiny and feel empowered as a woman and a human being.

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