On Friday, Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck announced their engagement.
The 52-year-old actress confirmed engagement rumors by posting a short video of herself crying as she gazed at the emerald and diamond ring.
Their engagement announcement comes 18 years after their first failed engagement, which occurred in 2004.
Jen, 49, and Ben, 49, met on the set of Gigli in early 2002 and started dating shortly afterwards.
They got engaged in November 2002 and planned to marry in September 2003, but they called off their wedding in January 2004.
Before panning up to her face, the film started with a dark screen and a close-up of her ring.
As she gazes at her emerald and diamond sparkler, the mother of two is clearly crying.
She was dressed casually in a green top, a knitted cardigan, and minimum make-up.
Jennifer and Ben were previously engaged in 2004, which was 18 years ago.
Fans were taken aback when the couple reconnected in May 2021, 17 years after their failed engagement.
Jennifer confirmed the breakup of her romance with Alex Rodriguez, a former New York Yankee, in April 2021, after four years of dating and two years of engagement.
Jennifer spent some time in Los Angeles with Ben in mid-May, sparking reports that they had rejoined.
A insider told People, ‘Jennifer was simply in Los Angeles for a couple of days.’ ‘She spent time with Ben,’ says the narrator. Since their Montana vacation, they’ve been in touch every day.’
In July, while on a European vacation to celebrate her 52nd birthday, the couple made their relationship Instagram public.
Since then, the power couple has continued to grow in their relationship, attending red carpet events and spending time together all around the world.
After meeting on the set of Gigli, Ben and Jen began dating in early 2002.
Ben proposed to her with a 6.1 carat radiant cut pink diamond ring with two trapezoid white diamonds, placed on an 18K pink gold and platinum band from Harry Winston, in November 2002.
The ring is currently estimated to be worth $12 million, with Ben paying $1.2 million for it in November 2002.