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Will Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck break up?  60 million villas for sale after rumors

Will Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck break up? 60 million villas for sale after rumors

As speculation grows about a possible split, Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck have reportedly put their Beverly Hills home up for sale.

Rumors have been circulating for weeks: Are Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck about to end their relationship? Just days after the singer’s tour was cancelled, there’s a new item fueling the rumours. According to what was revealed by the American tabloid newspaper TMZ On Sunday, June 9, the couple reportedly put their Beverly Hills home up for sale, which they purchased for $60 million after their wedding. They even enlisted the help of a famous real estate agent to sell their home, which is worth about $65 million. This reignites rumors of a possible divorce.

Jennifer Lopez is going through a difficult period

On May 6, Jennifer Lopez appeared alone at the Met Gala, while Ben Affleck was spotted without his wedding ring, having reportedly recently left home to live in a rented apartment. Is this the end of the couple? A few days ago, the “Jenny from the Block” singer surprised everyone by canceling her tour.

She shared her feelings with her fans on her website: “My heart hurts so bad and I’m devastated that I let you all down. Please know that I wouldn’t do this if it wasn’t absolutely necessary.” She said she wanted to “spend time with her children, family and dear friends.” Is this an attempt to salvage her relationship with the “Gone Girl” actor?

Timeline of Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck’s relationship

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck began their relationship in 2002, got engaged soon after, but broke up in 2004. They got together again in 2021 and married in 2022, much to the delight of fans around the world. Since then, they have become one of the most talked about couples in the entertainment industry.

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