Look: Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck Commit Their Love With Matching Tattoos

The power couple got married last July.
Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez.

You could say things are getting pretty serious. Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck have declared their love in ink.

The “Love Don't Cost a Thing” singer and Oscar-winning actor debuted matching his and hers tattoos on Instagram on Feb. 14.

The first image in Lopez’s post was one of her toned abs that showed off her new ink on her ribs: an infinity symbol tattoo with an arrow and tiny script. A close-up of Ben’s in another image showed two similarly-styled arrows with “J” and “B” printed between them.

The Grammy-nominated artist also offered up a few cute selfies of the couple snuggled up together, enjoying time on a boat and even a few flashback photos from the early 2000s.

“Commitment ♾️ Happy Valentine’s Day my love 🤍,” Lopez wrote in her caption.

Celebrities and fans alike were quick to comment on the series of photos, which garnered more than four million likes in just one day.

“Gon’ head girl!” commented actress Keke Palmer.

“Y’all Love make me wanna love foreal 😢❤️ undeniable love the world can feel,” wrote a fan.

Lopez and Affleck began dating in 2002 and got engaged the same year. They then notoriously called off their engagement and split in January ’04 before reuniting again as a couple in July 2021. The two tied the knot in an intimate elopement ceremony in Las Vegas last summer, followed by a second celebration at Affleck’s home in Georgia.

Later this year, the Shotgun Wedding actress will release her next studio album, This is Me… Now, which is a follow up to her 2002 project, This Is Me… Then.

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