The moment has arrived.
Power couple Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck made their red carpet debut at the Venice Film Festival on Friday, September 10. The pair — who called off their 2003 wedding — were there to support Affleck’s new film The Last Duel.
Lopez, 52, stunned in a white Georges Hobeika Couture gown that featured a thigh-high split, ruffled skirt and bedazzled neckline. She accessorized with a Cartier bracelet, earrings and a fabulous ring with yellow diamonds.
She topped off her delicious ensemble with an embellished silver clutch, platform heels and her brown locks flowing down the side of her face.
The Argo director looked dapper in a classic tuxedo with black shoes and an adorable bow tie. The 49-year-old actor and the singer set the carpet ablaze as they held hands and eager photographers snapped their pic.
Lopez’s marvelous gown gave off very wedding-chic vibes, which comes on the heels of the Batman star spotted looking at engagement rings. OK! reported Affleck was shopping for bling at Tiffany & Co. in Century City, Calif., with his son Samuel in tow on Tuesday, August 25. (It has yet to be seen if he can top his 6.1-carat pink diamond that he proposed to the “Let’s Get Loud” songstress with in 2002 if they do get engaged.)
The last time the A-listers walked a red carpet together was in 2003, when they attended the premiere of the critically panned film Gigli. The duo were engaged at the time, but called it quits a year later.
The star-crossed lovers reconnected following the former Fly Girl’s split from MLB slugger Alex Rodriguez in April.
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The happy couple gazed lovingly into each other's eyes on the carpet.
Affleck went in for a smooch with his main squeeze.
Lopez admired how handsome her beau looked.
The Gone Girl star whispered a joke in Lopez's ear.
The duo last made their red carpet appearance together 18 years ago.
The duo shared another kiss.
The Maid In Manhattan star held her man close as they smiled for photographers.