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We’re seeing double Jens.

Jennifer Lopez, 53, stepped out with her new husband, Ben Affleck, for a romantic Valentine’s Day date on Tuesday in a familiar soft pink dress appropriate for the day of love.

And it turns out that Lopez was actually channeling another famous Jen: her “Shotgun Wedding” co-star Jennifer Coolidge, 61.

The dress in question is a two-toned, long-sleeved wrap dress by Dolce & Gabbana that Coolidge’s character on “The White Lotus,” Tanya McQuoid, wore in a critical episode of the hit show’s second season.

“She wants to be her so bad,” one person tweeted, sharing side-by-side photos of the two women along with a screen grab of Tom Hollander’s character, Quentin, describing the look as “a symphony of salmon.”

Featuring both pale pink and a deeper “salmon” shade in its softly wrapped design, the tulle dress was a stunning choice for the other Jennifer to wear on her V-Day outing with Affleck, 50.

While the “Legally Blonde” star wore her dress without any additional accents, Lopez chose to cinch her waist with a white Dolce & Gabbana logo belt ($455), adding metallic gold heels from the brand along with a red-and-gold box clutch and huge diamond earrings.

Along with Lopez’s sweet pink dress, she made a bigger — and more permanent — statement of love on Valentines Day, revealing that she and Affleck got matching tattoos inked.

“Commitment,” the “Marry Me” star captioned the pics of her infinity symbol tattoo with an arrow and their names. “Happy Valentine’s Day my love.” Affleck’s ink had a similar theme, featuring two arrows and their initials.

As for her other matching moment, we’re hoping the two Jens sync their style together more often.

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