"Dear 40 year old Jen, thank you for learning to pizza and French fry on the bunny hill with the little kids. I’m so grateful to know the 🤌 of fresh tracks," the mom-of-three, 50, captioned the upload. "❄️❄️❄️❄️♥️❄️Dear 👵🏻 Jen, what should we learn next?"
She "decided after a lot of thought that she’s just not in a hurry to rush down the aisle just yet," a source told a news outlet, insisting there's nothing wrong in the relationship. "She feels perfectly happy cherishing and enjoying what they have — for now — without a formal label."
The twosome first got together in 2018 and have parted ways before, but their romance is serious enough that the businessman has met the three kids she shares with ex-husband Ben Affleck: Violet, 17, Seraphina, 14, and Samuel, 10.
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Even Affleck himself is a fan of the CaliBurger CEO.
"[Ben is] very pleased Jen has found a guy to make her happy, someone who clearly treats her well and who's respectful to their kids," a source dished to an outlet.
"John has run the gauntlet to show that he's husband and stepdad material, which meant he had to prove himself not just to Jennifer but to Ben as well," added the insider. "Luckily, he's passed all those tests with flying colors."
Nonetheless, the Oscar winner, 50, makes sure to give the couple their space, something the 13 Going on 30 star reciprocates.
"Jennifer keeps out of his relationship with [Jennifer Lopez] and he doesn't pry into the situation with John," a separate source said. "That's not something either of them would interfere in."