Jennifer Lopez goes make-up free in selfie with daughter Emme, 13, after she goes house-hunting with ex Ben Affleck
18th July 2021

JENNIFER Lopez looked relaxed and happy as she posed for a natural selfie with her teenage daughter, Emme.

The 51-year-old was all smiles as she posed alongside her daughter with ex husband Marc Anthony.

J-Lo wore her blonde hair in natural waves around her shoulders, gold hooped earrings and aviator sunglasses as she posed for the selfie with Emme, 13.

The teen sat on her lap in the car as J-Lo captioned the sweet photo, "weekend vibes with my coconut."

The singer also posted other selfies on her own during the family's weekend of sun to her Instagram stories.

Fans loved the mother-daughter pics, saying they looked like twins.

"You both look so pretty ❤️," wrote one fan.

While another added: "Twins😍."

And a third commented: "I love you girls."

Her fun weekend with her kids comes after Jennifer was spotted house-hunting with fiancée Ben Affleck.

They were all smiles as the couple toured a $65million mega-mansion in Los Angeles.

Despite only publicly stepping out as a couple about ten weeks ago, things between Jennifer and Ben, 48, appear to be serious as they were spotted looking at the luxurious house together.

The couple toured a multi-million dollar property and shared kisses in a upscale LA neighborhood, which offers plenty of room for all of their kids.

Jennifer shares 13-year-old twins Maximilian and Emme with ex-husband Marc Anthony, while Ben is the father to daughters Violet, 15, and Seraphina, 12, and son Samuel, nine, with ex-wife Jennifer Garner.

The 31,000sq ft home home includes 12 bedrooms and eighth bathrooms.

Just days ago, The Sun exclusively shared photos of Ben admiring JLo as they were stuck in LA traffic.

Jennifer and Ben first got together in 2002 but broke up and called off their engagement just two years later.

The pop star got back together with the Academy Award-winner after breaking off her engagement to Alex Rodriquez in April.



 

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