Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck are spreading joy and kindness this holiday season. On Sunday, the two lovebirds generously organized a food drive at Affleck's Pacific Palisades home, with the help of their families.
For the occasion, Lopez wore a cream-colored, ribbed turtleneck sweater bodysuit, which she wore tucked into light-wash, bell bottom jeans. She paired the jeans with suede stiletto pumps, diamond stud earrings, and a gold bracelet. Her caramel tresses were pulled off her face into a slicked-back high ponytail. For his part, Affleck kept it simple with a light-blue button down and navy blue trousers.
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Lopez's sky-high heels didn't stop the multi-hyphenate from doing some heavy lifting. In photos obtained by Daily Mail, she and the actor can be seen unloading a truck and grabbing bags of food to feed the less fortunate with assistance from two of Affleck's kids, Samuel and Seraphina, along with Lopez's twins, Emme and Max. They then opened up Affleck's home as a central station for the food drive.
The happy couple also spent Thanksgiving together with their families after Lopez flew in from Canada, where she's been filming her upcoming Netflix movie, The Mother. "Jennifer was very excited to come home and spend Thanksgiving with Ben," a source told E! News. "[Ben's] mom joined them and they had a lot of low-key family time with both of their families together."
They continued, "Jennifer enjoys the holidays and this was her first since she and Ben have been back together. She wanted to make it special for him and for the kids and to start new traditions."
Speaking of creating traditions, the couple is already planning for Christmas. "For Jennifer, Christmas is all about the kids," a source previously told People. "She makes it very special for them. She loves Christmas."
"This year, it will take some more planning since Ben wants to be with his kids too," the insider added. "They haven't made any specific holiday decisions yet and are still working it all out."
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