By Sam Joseph Semon for DailyMail.com
23:09 19 November 2023, updated 01:15 20 November 2023
Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck were spotted leaving The Ivy in Beverly Hills on Saturday evening.
The 54-year-old hitmaker cut a fashionable figure as she left the restaurant, while the 51-year-old actor opted for a more casual ensemble as he spent time with his wife and their family.
The singer, who recently supported her husband during a charity event in Las Vegas, wore a purple and yellow floral-print Burberry dress accessorized with a large Valentino belt.
Lopez also wore light brown high-heeled suede shoes that were paired with a matching purse.
The Marry Me star’s wavy light brown hair hung down her shoulders and matched well with the bright colors of her outfit.
Affleck wore a beige crewneck sweater that contrasted with slim-fitting black jeans.
The Argo director added a little pop to her look with a pair of multicolored Nike sneakers.
Lopez and her husband first met in the early 2000s, and were briefly engaged before ending their relationship in 2004.
The singer moved on with Marc Anthony, whom she married in 2004, and she gave birth to 15-year-old twins Emme and Maximilian in 2008.
Affleck also married Jennifer Garner in 2005, and they have daughters Violet, 17, and Seraphina, 14, as well as son Samuel, 11.
However, Lopez divorced Anthony in 2014 and the actor formally ended their marriage in 2018.
The hitmaker and the director eventually reconnected, and they rekindled their relationship in April 2021.
The happy couple were together for over a year before tying the knot during a wedding ceremony in Las Vegas in July last year.
Lopez spoke about her blended family during an interview with Vogue, where she said that, although she was happy to be able to start a new life with Affleck, her priority was the well-being of her children.
‘Change is a process that needs to be handled very carefully. There are a lot of emotions in them. They are teenagers. But so far it’s going really well,’ she said.
The artist also revealed how she wanted her children to connect with their stepfather and vice versa.
She said, ‘What I hope to develop with my family is that their children have a new ally in me and my children have a new ally in me, someone who really loves them and Cares about them but his perspective may be different.