Photos Surface of Ben Affleck Getting Handsy with Jennifer Lopez

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Newly surfaced photos are revealing everything.

Apparently Jennifer Lopez celebrated her 52nd birthday with Ben Affleck’s hands all over her butt.

The couple spent time on a luxurious yacht in the South of France.

The relationship was confirmed by the singer-actress on Instagram.

A source told Fox News, “[Lopez] is accepting the gift of happiness at this stage in her life and the love she and Ben share is icing on a delicious cake.”

“Jennifer is happy and appreciative that into her 50s she can still do what she loves doing – which today, allows her to feel younger given her overall approach to health consciousness and the fact she keeps herself very active,” the source added. “She has health and family which is all she needs to make herself whole.”

The pair jetted off to the French Riviera and were snapped relaxing on a luxurious yacht and partying at a club in St. Tropez. She donned a $650 bikini and matching $2,300 cape, both by Valentino.

Lopez and Affleck, 48, were first spotted together in late April after she ended her engagement to Alex Rodriguez just a few weeks earlier. The “Hustlers” star and the “Argo” director were originally together from 2002-2004.

While enjoying the Southern France sun, JLo and Affleck even recreated his famous butt grab from her music video “Jenny from the Block.”

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