Ben Affleck falls asleep on cruise during Paris honeymoon, picture goes viral

World Monday 25/July/2022 08:57 AM
Ben Affleck falls asleep on cruise during Paris honeymoon, picture goes viral

Paris: Feeling exhausted after a wedding is not uncommon. Ben Affleck, who recently tied the knot with Jennifer Lopez, may also agree with this.

Newlywed Ben was snapped snoozing while on a tourist cruise of the Seine River in Paris, Page Six reported.
Several images have surfaced online in which Ben is sleeping during the cruise ride with wife Jennifer Lopez and their respective kids, leaving netizens in splits.

"Mannnnn y'all let the man sleep in peace," a social media user tweeted.

"hahahhaha...he looks so cute," another one wrote.

"I can sleep like this forever," a Twitter user wrote.

Ben, 49, and Jennifer, 53, surprised fans earlier this month when they revealed they wed at A Little White Chapel in Las Vegas.

The high-profile pair who met in 2001 when they both starred in the movie "Gigli," embarked on a very public romance and got engaged the following year. The wedding was postponed and in 2004 they called it quits.

Ben went on to marry "Alias" star Jennifer Garner, with whom he shares three children, Violet, 16, Seraphina, 14, and Samuel, 10. They finalised their divorce in 2018 and he went on to date "SNL" producer Lindsay Shookus and Cuban actress Ana de Armas who he met on the set of their film, "Deep Water."

On the other hand, Jennifer married singer Marc Anthony in June 2004, with whom she shares twins, Emme and Max, born in 2008. The pair eventually divorced.

And in May 2021, Ben and Jennifer sparked dating rumours when they were spotted holding hands while on vacation in Montana.
Jennifer revealed in her 'On the JLo' newsletter that she and Affleck, 49, tied the knot at A Little White Chapel.

In the newsletter, she wrote, "So with the best witnesses you could ever imagine, a dress from an old movie and a jacket from Ben's closet, we read our own vows in the little chapel and gave one another the rings we'll wear for the rest of our lives," adding that the ceremony was "exactly what we wanted."